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The Dutch volunteer Gerardus Mooyman was awarded the Knight’s Cross, the highest award made by Germany to recognize extreme battlefield bravery, on 20 February 1943.

The Dutch volunteer Gerardus Mooyman was awarded the Knight’s Cross, the highest award made by Germany to recognize extreme battlefield bravery, on 20 February 1943.

3`rd SS Panzer division " Totenkopf "

3`rd SS Panzer division " Totenkopf "

Waffen 11'th Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division "Nordland" Brigadefuhrer Gustav Krukenberg Commands held-SS Division Charlemagne, SS Division Nordland-Brigadeführer of "Charlemagne"Division & commander of remains of Waffen 11th SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division "Nordland"during the Battle of Berlin,April 1945-At outbreak of World War II Krukenberg re-joined the army as a major and served on the General Staff in Paris. In December 1943 he transferred from the Wehrmacht Heer, to the…

Waffen 11'th Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division "Nordland" Brigadefuhrer Gustav Krukenberg Commands held-SS Division Charlemagne, SS Division Nordland-Brigadeführer of "Charlemagne"Division & commander of remains of Waffen 11th SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division "Nordland"during the Battle of Berlin,April 1945-At outbreak of World War II Krukenberg re-joined the army as a major and served on the General Staff in Paris. In December 1943 he transferred from the Wehrmacht Heer, to the…

Assault engineers and artillery of the SS-Totenkopf-Division crossing La Bassée canal, 23 May 1940. Camouflage clothing had not been widely distributed to SS-T troops at this early stage in the war, and field-grey army pattern tunics with matching death’s head collar patches were the order of the day

Assault engineers and artillery of the SS-Totenkopf-Division crossing La Bassée canal, 23 May 1940. Camouflage clothing had not been widely distributed to SS-T troops at this early stage in the war, and field-grey army pattern tunics with matching death’s head collar patches were the order of the day

SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS Theodor "Papa" Eicke (17 Oktober 1892 - 26 Februari 1943)

SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS Theodor "Papa" Eicke (17 Oktober 1892 - 26 Februari 1943)

France 1943.

France 1943.

Column of PzKpfW IV Ausf.G and Tigers of the 2. SS-Panzer-Division 'Das Reich' marching through a snowy forest, near the city of Kirovohrad, 250 km southeast of Kiev, to combat the forces of the 1st Ukrainian Front. Ukraine. 1 December 1943. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Column of PzKpfW IV Ausf.G and Tigers of the 2. SS-Panzer-Division 'Das Reich' marching through a snowy forest, near the city of Kirovohrad, 250 km southeast of Kiev, to combat the forces of the 1st Ukrainian Front. Ukraine. 1 December 1943. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Tiger-Mörser, 38 cm RW61 auf Sturm (panzer) mörser Sturmmörser Tiger or Tiger, best known as Sturmtiger or Sturmpanzer VI, was a German assault gun of World War II, built from Tiger I chassis and armed naval SturmMörser RW61 a howitzer, 5.4 L 380 mm. Its main task was to provide fire support to infantry troops in urban combat. Only 19 units were manufactured from Tiger tanks damaged.

The Tiger-Mörser, 38 cm RW61 auf Sturm (panzer) mörser Sturmmörser Tiger or Tiger, best known as Sturmtiger or Sturmpanzer VI, was a German assault gun of World War II, built from Tiger I chassis and armed naval SturmMörser RW61 a howitzer, 5.4 L 380 mm. Its main task was to provide fire support to infantry troops in urban combat. Only 19 units were manufactured from Tiger tanks damaged.

Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Sd.Kfz. 184 "Ferdinand". Kursk, 1943.

Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Sd.Kfz. 184 "Ferdinand". Kursk, 1943.