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Hi Martin.

Thanks for sharing this nice Photos:).Ron have says what the beast is:)Nice :) .Thank you.

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Seba

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Pz Kolonne Pz Ab GD

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2 Nice Shots Pzkpw IV .Pz Abt GD

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Very nice fotos here guys!

Here is one of mine...Panzer IV Ausf H......looks like it could be Normandy camo? Unfortunately no Unit ID

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* Marder II

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*Marder III in training operations, note the soldat w/ armband coordinating the training

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couple 38t pics from my collection:

#1 The good ol' 38t of the 9th Pz Division. this pic was in Tankograd's 38t book

another 38t close-up

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couple 38t pics from my collection:

#1 The good ol' 38t of the 9th Pz Division. this pic was in Tankograd's 38t book

another 38t close-up

Bill-

Great photos of what looks to be two relatively new Pz.38(t)s. I just love the Panzer 38(t) and all of its variants - it's one of my favorite Axis tanks of WWII. It was a great little chassis which was used - in one form or another - from the beginning of the war up to the very bitter end, in almost every campaign and on almost every front.

Thanks for posting them!

Rob

PS: Nice Marder photos, too :thumbup:

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Rob, I agree about the 38t, and especially its variants! Although Im sure it was pretty scary to put your life in the hands of the armour of the original 38t, it was a great design for its time.

I enjoyed reading Otto Carius' stories about his days in the 38t.....pretty crazy stuff.

-2nd Panzerarmee "Guderian" on the move

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*Marder III in training operations, note the soldat w/ armband coordinating the training

Check out the MG-34 strapped to the top of the gun barrel! If your Marder doesn't come with a co-axial machine-gun, just add one yourself. I've never seen this before by the Germans.

Jason

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*Marder III in training operations, note the soldat w/ armband coordinating the training

Check out the MG-34 strapped to the top of the gun barrel! If your Marder doesn't come with a co-axial machine-gun, just add one yourself. I've never seen this before by the Germans.

Jason

Nice eye for detail, Jason! Indeed, beautiful photograph, Bill. Thanks for sharing. Seba, also thanks for all those wonderful photographs!

/Bart

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(1) Deutsche Heldengräber. Russland 1941.

(2) Russland 1943.

Both from the LSSAH

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*Marder III in training operations, note the soldat w/ armband coordinating the training

Check out the MG-34 strapped to the top of the gun barrel! If your Marder doesn't come with a co-axial machine-gun, just add one yourself. I've never seen this before by the Germans.

Jason

Woah Jason, I seriously did not see that it was mounted like that!! Ive looked at this pic about 5 times and overlooked it. Unfortunately it looks to be in a fixed position, but better than nothing!

Bart- Top LSSAH panzer pics!

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SdkfZ 251/10

Schützenpanzerwagen w/ Pak 36 anti-tank gun

This one is being repaired/transported

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Panzer named Spichern (spicheren)

Not sure if the skull is a unit emblem, or just for effect!?

# 2. Panzer III Ausf N w/ 75mm short-barrel

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A small contribution showing PIVs of the LAH. First one showing a white-washed PIV of the 6.Kp. at the Standort Bereich des Heeres Zeugamts, Burg/Magdeburg, Jan. 1943.

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Second one showing a PIV during break, Feb.1943.

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Very nice pictures from a famous unit Mike. I also like it that the picture where the crew is wearing the one piece winter overall with the white side out. Very nice. Looks like it is the same panzer. Both have turret number 625.

Perhaps i'm wrong but i think in the first picture the panzer has it's basic yellow colour and on the second picture it has been white washed. I could be wrong.

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Erwin, thanks. According to veterans they received their new tanks - already white-washed - straight from the factory. One veteran wrote: "Die Aufnahme entstand im damaligen Heereszeugamt, in Burg bei Magdeburg, Ende Januar 1943, wo wir die Panzer IV "Neu und Winterfest" erhielten, - vor dem darauf folgenden Charkow Einsatz im März 1943."

HTH,

Mike

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Hi Bart,

Not as large as I'd like it to be! haha

Nice photos Mike!

Here are some new Panzer III Auf J's being transported to the front

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