A German Luftwaffe paratrooper assault team in the mountains of northern Italy, 12 Apr 1944; note MP 40 submachine guns, grenades, and a flamethrower

Caption   A German Luftwaffe paratrooper assault team in the mountains of northern Italy, 12 Apr 1944; note MP 40 submachine guns, grenades, and a flamethrower ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 10 Mar 2010

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Roberto Molle says:
13 Apr 2012 06:19:16 AM

the date or the location it's wrong! in april 1944 the german paratropreers still fighiting in Cassino Battle non in the nothern mountain of Italy
2. Marco Marzilli says:
13 Apr 2012 08:35:42 AM

This photo was taken in Russia, near Pripet marshes...
3. Anonymous says:
13 Apr 2014 12:40:55 AM

I wonder how many of these men made it home after the war?

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