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Google+ Pz sfII auf Fgst m Zgkw 5t mounting a 7.5cm L40.8 gun, one of 2 sent to North Africa

Pz sfII auf Fgst m Zgkw mounting a gun, one of 2 sent to North Africa

German tank, World War I. Postcard, Deutsches Reich. 1917.

A massive German tank in World War I. Un char allemand massive dans la Première Guerre mondiale carte postale, Deutsches Reich.

II (Male) tank ‘Lusitania’ of 9 Co. ‘C’ Battalion at Arras, Nord-Pas-de-Calais. April On April the ‘Lusitania’ assisted stalled troops at Railway Triangle east of Arras,.

15 in veteran WW1 battleship HMS Resolution in WW2 guise - she was part of the British task force which destroyed the French Mediterranean fleet in July 1940 at Mers el Kebir to prevent any possibility of it being handed over to the Germans after France's surrender.

15 in veteran battleship HMS Resolution in guise.

Wartime poster, Comrades in Arms! Britain and the USSR. Showing the British and Soviet Russian flags flying side by side. A message below says: British Women! You can win this war. There are jobs open now for women of this district. Enquire at the War Job Bureau or Employment Exchange.

Wartime poster, Comrades in Arms! Britain and the USSR. Showing the British and Soviet Russian flags flying side by side. A message below says: British Women! You can win this war. There are jobs open now for women of this district. Enquire at the War Job Bureau or Employment Exchange.

World war II German U-boat crew. And a polar bear they shot.

World war II German U-boat crew. And a polar bear they shot. That's not fuckin cool.

Soviet Armoured train. RED ARMY armoured train in transit. In the foreground two officers on look near the anti-aircraft machine guns, quad-mounted Maxim machine-guns .

World War II, Great Patriotic War. Soviet armoured train in transit. Two Red Army officers on look near the anti-aircraft machine guns, quad-mounted Maxim machine-guns.

1944 in France

Lô, France - August 1944 Photo by Frank Scherschel for LIFE Magazine (via) ”

The Norwegian Operation and the Torpedo Crisis - HMS Courageous sinking after U-29's torpedo hits

September 17 HMS Courageous torpedoed by The first Royal Navy aircraft carrier sunk during

"Koryu" Midget Submarines in drydock at Kure, Japan. Before and after Allied bombing. [740x1174] - Imgur

“Japanese Type D (Koryu), Midget Submarines in Drydock at a Naval Base in Kure, Japan. Before and after WWII.

The crews of two Soviet Br-5 heavy mortars (280-mm) prepare to open fire somewhere on the Eastern Front. This was the heaviest Soviet field piece. The Br-5 was one of the most crucial weapons during the Battle of Berlin. Its 168-kg HE shell would create 10-meter wide craters upon impact, with a zone of devastation out to 100 m.The weapon had low rate of fire due to barrel overheating.

Russian One of the most crucial weapons during the Battle of Berlin. The shell would create wide craters upon impact, with a zone of devastation out to 100 m.

Anti-aircraft crews scan the sky from a Maunsell sea fort in the Thames Estuary, 19 November 1943.

Anti-aircraft crews scan the sky from a Maunsell sea fort in the Thames Estuary, 19 November 1943

This little monster is the Skoda-built 305mm mortar produced for the Czech army in the interwar years. A total of 17 such mortars were in service when Czechoslovakia was occupied by the Germans, who immediately pressed the 305 mm into service under the designation 30.5 cm Morser. An additional six of the mortars were captured in Yugoslavia and also saw service on the Eastern Front under the designation 638(j). Photo taken in 1938.

This little monster is the Skoda-built 305mm mortar produced for the Czech army in the interwar years. A total of 17 such mortars were in service when Czechoslovakia was occupied by the Germans, who immediately pressed the 305 mm into service under the designation 30.5 cm Morser. An additional six of the mortars were captured in Yugoslavia and also saw service on the Eastern Front under the designation 638(j). Photo taken in 1938.

HMS Fury and Ashanti laying smoke, 1942.

British destroyers HMS Fury (foreground) and HMS Ashanti laying a smoke screen,

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