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Spanish volunteers of the Blue Division celebrate their departure to Bavaria for training before heading to the Eastern Front. Although Spain officially remained neutral during the war, approximately 47,000 Spaniards would volunteer to fight for Germany. They were awarded both Spanish and German military awards, and were the only division to be awarded a medal of their own (the Spanish Volunteer Medal), commissioned by Adolf Hitler. Madrid, Spain, 1941.


The 15 cm sIG 33 (Sf) auf Panzerkampfwagen I Ausf B (sometimes referred to as the Sturmpanzer I Bison) was a German self-propelled heavy infantry gun used during World War II.

Moroccan Goumiers (auxiliary units attached to the French Army of Africa)  taking a break from training maneuvers. Morocco. 1943.

21 April '41: Rommel awarded with the Italian Medal for bravery in silver. Few Panzer III Tropen in the foreground. Rommel's leadership of German and Italian forces in the North African campaign established him as one of the most able commanders of the war, and earned him the appellation of the Desert Fox. He is regarded as one of the most skilled commanders of desert warfare in the conflict.

Spanish troops from the Blue Division (División Española de Voluntarios) trudge across rolling countryside on the Leningrad Front, winter 1942/1943

The eyes of war, World War I.

Romanian soldiers of the Romanian Fourth Army (Armata a 4-a Română) rest in the snow en route to Stalingrad (Volgograd) with a German Sturmgeschütz III armored fighting vehicle (StuG III Ausf. F: Sd.Kfz 142/1). From late 1942 to early 1943 the Fourth Army was almost entirely destroyed by the Soviets during the Battle of Stalingrad. After 23 August 1944, King Michael I of Romania led a successful military coup and Romania then sided with the Allies and declared war on former Axis…

January 1944: column of Panzer IV Ausf. H from Pz.-Regt. 35 (4. Pz.-Div.) on Eastern front.

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