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Very determined looking Waffen SS appear ready to move out. Note the barrel of the the Panzerbüchse 39 anti-tank rifle carried by the trooper in the foreground. All wear the standard camouflage smock and the same pattern helmet cover. To the very last day of the war, the Waffen SS remained fully equipped and supplied.

Very determined looking Waffen SS appear ready to move out. Note the barrel of the the Panzerbüchse 39 anti-tank rifle carried by the trooper in the foreground. All wear the standard camouflage smock and the same pattern helmet cover.

Waffen-SS machine gunners wearing camouflage face veils. Incorrectly deemed 'sniper veils' by collectors the Waffen-SS issued these indiscriminate of any specialty for the sole purpose of effective camouflage. The Germans made heavy use of camouflage clothing during WW2. More so than any other Army of the time.

AVREs were used to transport fascines - large bundles of wooden sticks and other materials used to bridge gaps in the ground. The AVRE woul…

German Waffen SS - WWII

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German soldier of the SS Latvian Legion, date and place unknow. The Legion was created in 1943, consisting primarily of ethnic Latvian soldiers. The legion consisted of two divisions of the Waffen-SS: - 15th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (1st...

SS Latvian Legion - The Legion was created in 1943 , consisting primarily of ethnic Latvian soldier`s . The legion consisted of two division`s : Waffen Grenadier Division ( Latvian ) - and.

Waffen SS soldier.

Oskar Wolkerstorfer was an Austrian soldier who served in the Waffen-SS during World War II. He held the rank of SS-Hauptsturmführer and was one of the .

Waffen SS patrol near Utah Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The Waffen SS quickly engaged the Allied troops but were badly outgunned and outnumbered. Nevertheless, they fought a desperate battle suffering irreparable casualties in the process.

June Waffen SS-Schütze Klaus Schuh (killed June with his machine gun and Waffen SS-Unterscharführer Koslowski, belonging to the SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment Waffen SS Panzer Division "Hitlerjugend".

Original ALLGEMEINE-SS EM/NCO’S VISOR CAP. (Schirmmütze)  Check out my website for more original WW2 items: http://www.vantiques.nl

Original ALLGEMEINE-SS EM/NCO’S VISOR CAP. (Schirmmütze) Check out my website for more original WW2 items: http://www.vantiques.nl

Gebirgsjäger are the light infantry part of the alpine or mountain troops (Gebirgstruppe) of Germany and Austria. The word Jäger (meaning "hunter" or "huntsman") is a characteristic term used for light-infantry or light-infantryman in German-speaking military context.

Gebirgsjäger are the light infantry part of the alpine or mountain troops (Gebirgstruppe) of Germany and Austria. The word Jäger (meaning "hunter" or "huntsman") is a characteristic term used for light-infantry or light-infantryman in German-speaking mili

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