43 items in this album on 3 pages.

Bf 110 aircraft in flight over Budapest, Hungary, early 1944Close-up view of the turret of a Tiger II heavy tank, Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944German and Hungarian soldiers on a Tiger II tank, Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944German SS troops in a barracks in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944; note Panzerfaust and other weapons
Bf 110 aircraft in flight over Budapest, Hungary, early 1944Close-up view of the turret of a Tiger II heavy tank, Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944German and Hungarian soldiers on a Tiger II tank, Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944German SS troops in a barracks in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944; note Panzerfaust and other weapons
German Tiger II heavy tank in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3German Tiger II heavy tank in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3German Tiger II heavy tank in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 3 of 3German troops and Tiger II heavy tank on a Budapest street, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2
German Tiger II heavy tank in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3German Tiger II heavy tank in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3German Tiger II heavy tank in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 3 of 3German troops and Tiger II heavy tank on a Budapest street, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2
Hungarian and German soldiers rounding up Jews in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944Hungarian Arrow Cross personnel with a 40mm MAWAG anti-tank gun M1940, Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944; note 43M rifles and Tiger II tank of German 503rd Heavy Panzer Battalion in backgroundHungarian troops and a German Tiger II heavy tank on a Budapest street, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2Rear of a German Tiger II tank, Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944
Hungarian and German soldiers rounding up Jews in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944Hungarian Arrow Cross personnel with a 40mm MAWAG anti-tank gun M1940, Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944; note 43M rifles and Tiger II tank of German 503rd Heavy Panzer Battalion in backgroundHungarian troops and a German Tiger II heavy tank on a Budapest street, Hungary, Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2Rear of a German Tiger II tank, Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944
Ferenc SzĂĄlasi at SĂĄndor Palace, Budapest, Hungary, 16-18 Oct 1944German SS officers SturmbannfĂŒhrer Otto Skorzeny and UntersturmfĂŒhrer Adrian von Fölkersam in Budapest, Hungary, 16 Oct 1944Jewish women being rounded up on WesselĂ©nyi Street, Budapest, Hungary, 22 Oct 1944Hungarian civilians and a German SS soldier in Budapest, Hungary, Nov 1944; note Panzerfaust
Ferenc SzĂĄlasi at SĂĄndor Palace, Budapest, Hungary, 16-18 Oct 1944German SS officers SturmbannfĂŒhrer Otto Skorzeny and UntersturmfĂŒhrer Adrian von Fölkersam in Budapest, Hungary, 16 Oct 1944Jewish women being rounded up on WesselĂ©nyi Street, Budapest, Hungary, 22 Oct 1944Hungarian civilians and a German SS soldier in Budapest, Hungary, Nov 1944; note Panzerfaust
Hungarian troops with a 7.5cm Pak 40 antitank gun, suburb of Budapest, Hungary, Nov 1944DFS 230 glider, carrying supplies, having crashed into Attila Ășt 35 or Attila Ășt 37, Budapest, Hungary, 4 Feb 1945, photo 1 of 4DFS 230 glider, carrying supplies, having crashed into Attila Ășt 35 or Attila Ășt 37, Budapest, Hungary, 4 Feb 1945, photo 2 of 4DFS 230 glider, carrying supplies, having crashed into Attila Ășt 35 or Attila Ășt 37, Budapest, Hungary, 4 Feb 1945, photo 3 of 4
Hungarian troops with a 7.5cm Pak 40 antitank gun, suburb of Budapest, Hungary, Nov 1944DFS 230 glider, carrying supplies, having crashed into Attila Ășt 35 or Attila Ășt 37, Budapest, Hungary, 4 Feb 1945, photo 1 of 4DFS 230 glider, carrying supplies, having crashed into Attila Ășt 35 or Attila Ășt 37, Budapest, Hungary, 4 Feb 1945, photo 2 of 4DFS 230 glider, carrying supplies, having crashed into Attila Ășt 35 or Attila Ășt 37, Budapest, Hungary, 4 Feb 1945, photo 3 of 4

43 items in this album on 3 pages.



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