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    Grenadiers of the Waffen SS Division "Totenkopf" examine a Soviet T-26 tank knocked out in battle. Note the NCO on the left pointing to details of the hull.



    • Dragon Report

      1941, Russie, Des Waffen-SS de la SS-Panzergrenadier-Division "Totenkopf" inspectent un char russe T-26

    • Tassos S

      Grenadiers of the Waffen SS Division "Totenkopf" examine a Soviet T-26 tank knocked out in battle. Note the NCO on the left pointing to details of the hull.

    • Légion 122

      Un char russe détruit. Des SS constatent les dégats.

    • Ernie Bond

      T-26 and SS Totenkopf, Russia 1941

    • Dragon Report

      Review a destroyed T 26. 1941.

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