24 items in this album on 2 pages.

Fritz Todt on the radio in a Panzerkampfwagen III tank while observing the preparation of German forces on the French coast for the invasion of Britain, fall 1940German Generaloberst Heinz Guderian holding a map during a field briefing with his division commanders in Russia in front of a PzKpfw III medium tank, summer 1941Panzer III tanks and SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicles in Poland, Jun 1941Panzer III tank and SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle near Aiviekste, Latvia, Jun 1941; note rangefinder on the halftrack
Fritz Todt on the radio in a Panzerkampfwagen III tank while observing the preparation of German forces on the French coast for the invasion of Britain, fall 1940German Generaloberst Heinz Guderian holding a map during a field briefing with his division commanders in Russia in front of a PzKpfw III medium tank, summer 1941Panzer III tanks and SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicles in Poland, Jun 1941Panzer III tank and SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle near Aiviekste, Latvia, Jun 1941; note rangefinder on the halftrack
Soviet troops in the village of Kryukovo near Moscow, Russia, 20 Dec 1941; note disabled German Panzer III tankA camouflaged PzKpfw III command tank, approximately 45km west of Gazala, Libya, circa 1941-1942Colonel General Rommel observing smoke on the horizon in his SdKfz. 250/3 command vehicle PzKpfw III medium tank in North Africa, circa 1940-1942; note spare wheels and treads mounted in front of the hull
Soviet troops in the village of Kryukovo near Moscow, Russia, 20 Dec 1941; note disabled German Panzer III tankA camouflaged PzKpfw III command tank, approximately 45km west of Gazala, Libya, circa 1941-1942Colonel General Rommel observing smoke on the horizon in his SdKfz. 250/3 command vehicle 'Greif', North Africa, 1942; note Panzer III tank just ahead of his vehiclePzKpfw III medium tank in North Africa, circa 1940-1942; note spare wheels and treads mounted in front of the hull
Wrecked Panzer III tank and killed German tanker at Skirmanovo near Moscow, Russia, circa 1942German Major General Georg von Bismarck in North Africa, spring 1942; note Panzer III tank in backgroundErwin Rommel and Fritz Bayerlein inspecting Toburk, Libya, circa Jun 1942; note Panzer III tank to the leftPanzer III tanks and SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicles of the German 23rd Panzer Division on the move in Southern Russia, 21 Jun 1942
Wrecked Panzer III tank and killed German tanker at Skirmanovo near Moscow, Russia, circa 1942German Major General Georg von Bismarck in North Africa, spring 1942; note Panzer III tank in backgroundErwin Rommel and Fritz Bayerlein inspecting Toburk, Libya, circa Jun 1942; note Panzer III tank to the leftPanzer III tanks and SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicles of the German 23rd Panzer Division on the move in Southern Russia, 21 Jun 1942
Panzer III medium tank in southern Russia, Aug-Sep 1942Near-complete German Panzer III tanks at a factory, Germany, Oct 1942; note stockpile of tank tracksKilled German tankers and a wrecked Panzer III tank, Russia, circa 1942-1943Panzer III medium tanks at Kasserine Pass, Tunisia, Feb 1943.
Panzer III medium tank in southern Russia, Aug-Sep 1942Near-complete German Panzer III tanks at a factory, Germany, Oct 1942; note stockpile of tank tracksKilled German tankers and a wrecked Panzer III tank, Russia, circa 1942-1943Panzer III medium tanks at Kasserine Pass, Tunisia, Feb 1943.
German Panzer III tank and troops in winter camouflage in the Demyansk Pocket, Russia, spring 1943German Panzer III crew of 2nd SS Panzer Division Slovakian PzKpfw III Ausf N medium tank, circa 1942-1945Panzer III tank near Nettuno, Italy, Mar 1944
German Panzer III tank and troops in winter camouflage in the Demyansk Pocket, Russia, spring 1943German Panzer III crew of 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich' resting near Belgorod, Russia, Jul 1943Slovakian PzKpfw III Ausf N medium tank, circa 1942-1945Panzer III tank near Nettuno, Italy, Mar 1944

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