Field Marshal Erwin Rommel watching battlefield 1941 Tunisia in Captured British armoured truck MAX. MAMMUT
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Two German Afrikakorps soldiers rest in their vehicle while an officer attempts to coordinate his unit's movements in North Africa, March/April 1941. ID: Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-782-0023-09A ____________________________________________ The DAK (Deutsches Afrikakorps) was the German expeditionary force for the North African Campaign and Germany's primary contribution to the Panzer Army Africa, later Deutsch-Italienische Panzerarmee (German-Italian Panzer Army). The DAK, created by the German…
German soldiers taking a break at their tank - 1940-43 -...
German soldiers taking a break at their tank - 1940-43 - Photographer: Wolff & Tritschler - Vintage property of ullstein bild
La battaglia di El Alamein
Ad El Alamein sopraffatto dalla schiacciante superiorità inglese, Rommel, grazie al sacrificio italiano, riuscirà a portare in salvo le truppe motorizzate. Dovrà, dopo una ritirata di 2.000 km condotta con grande abilità, riaccendere la battaglia in Tunisia.
Formerly of the 4th Royal Tank Regiment, this Matilda II (Dreadnought - 6970) was captured at Halfaya pass in May 1941, and returned to service against its former masters by the 8th Panzer Regiment of the 15th Panzer Division.