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The German Africa Corps (German: Deutsches Afrikakorps), or just the Afrika Korps, was the German expeditionary force in Libya and Tunisia during the North African Campaign of World War II. Panzer Iii, Afrika Corps, Tank Armor, War Thunder, Armored Fighting Vehicle, World Of Tanks, Ww2 Tanks, Military Weapons, Ww2 Weapons

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 222 in North Africa Military Art, Military History, Moab Jeep, Afrika Korps, Tank Armor, Germany Ww2, Armored Vehicles, Armored Car, Armored Fighting Vehicle

Pinturas, láminas e imágenes de la Segunda Guerra Mundial - Página 228

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1943 Volkswagen 166 SCHWIMMWAGEN - A military, amphibious vehicle based on the KdF Wagen (Kraft durch Freude) designed by Ferdinand Porsche, which in turn would later become the famous Volkswagen Beetle. This Schwimmwagen has a retractable screw at the rear. When used in water, it was coupled to a shaft connected to the rear-mounted engine. The exhaust was mounted high on the car so that water could not enter. A spade and paddles (!) were included as standard equipment. Ferdinand Porsche, Auto Volkswagen, Kdf Wagen, Amphibious Vehicle, Vw Classic, Vw Vintage, Buggy, Panzer, Concept Cars

1943 Volkswagen 166 SCHWIMMWAGEN - A military, amphibious vehicle based on the KdF Wagen (Kraft durch Freude) designed by Ferdinand Porsche, which in turn would later become the famous Volkswagen Beetle. This Schwimmwagen has a retractable screw at the rear. When used in water, it was coupled to a shaft connected to the rear-mounted engine. The exhaust was mounted high on the car so that water could not enter. A spade and paddles (!) were included as standard equipment.

Panzerjager I in the DAK in North Africa Military Weapons, Military Art, Tank Armor, Afrika Korps, Tank Destroyer, Model Tanks, Ww2 Tanks, German Army, Armored Vehicles

Pinturas, láminas e imágenes de la Segunda Guerra Mundial - Página 228

Foro Militar e Historia Militar el Gran Capitán

Panzeraufklärungs Abteilung (mot) 220 Military Ranks, Military Units, German Soldiers Ww2, German Army, Ww2 History, Military History, Afrika Corps, Military Modelling, Ww2 Tanks

Panzeraufklärungs Abteilung (mot) 220

Auf diesen Seiten finden Sie alle Informationen zum Feldzug in Afrika von 1941 - 1943 des deutschen Afrikakorps.

Engines of the Wehrmacht - "Max", AEC "Dorchester" Armoured Command Vehicle Afrika Corps, North African Campaign, Armored Truck, Germany Ww2, Military Pictures, Ww2 Tanks, Big Guns, Military Weapons, German Army

Shortly after his arrival in the African theatre, Rommel launched a limited offensive against the Commonwealth troops which soon evolved into an impressive advance. In early April 1941, Aufklärungs Abt. 3 reached the region of Mechili where it succeeded in capturing two British generals and their Armoured Command Vehicles (ACV). The two generals who the vehicles had belonged to were Lt.Gen. Philip Neame, commander of the 8th Army and his assistant commander, Lt.Gen. Richard O'Connor. The…

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