Authorities of a Bulgarian city solemnly welcome a German commander. The photo was taken at the time of the entry of German troops into Bulgaria for further attacks from its territory against Yugoslavia and Greece, March-April 1941.
January 1944: column of Panzer IV Ausf. H from Pz.-Regt. 35 (4. Pz.-Div.) on Eastern front.
Under the protection of a Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.B/C a group of soldiers take cover during intensive fighting inside a Lithuanian village on 26 June 1941.
Erwin Rommel, Tobruk, 1941.
German subs in Bergen, Norway, April 1945. Subs still on patrol at the time of Germany's surrender were ordered to the nearest harbor to officially turn themselves over to the allies.
M551 Sheridan. Great concept that should have been developed further.
A Panzer soldier is watching some aerial action over his unit as he sits in the open tank turret. Note the heavy winter kit; the gloves barely allow for any dexterous movement. Although this is spring 1944, the winter kit is apparently necessary, especially during the night hours.
Proskuriv (now Khmelnytskyï in) Ukraine, circa 1945: destroyed column of StuGe III, IV and Marder III.