German mountain soldier with MG 34 machine gun, Mount Elbrus, Georgia, date unknown; note Ushba peak at right edge of photograph

Caption   German mountain soldier with MG 34 machine gun, Mount Elbrus, Georgia, date unknown; note Ushba peak at right edge of photograph ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseWoolfolk-Heavrin Collection
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Photos at Same Place Georgia
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 25 Apr 2020
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1. Yevgen says:
29 Apr 2020 12:39:11 PM

This is the central Caucases. May be the east slope of Elbrus near the Pastukhow's rocks
The mountain at the up right corner of picture is Ushba
the similar photo
https://ic.pics.livejournal.com/mg5642/66429722/1152310/1152310_original.jpg

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