21 items in this album on 2 pages.

German soldiers camouflaging a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 1942German troops loading the PaK 40 gun of a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 1942Marder I tank destroyer on the move in southern France, 1942Marder I tank destroyer in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944, photo 1 of 2
German soldiers camouflaging a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 1942German troops loading the PaK 40 gun of a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 1942Marder I tank destroyer on the move in southern France, 1942Marder I tank destroyer in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944, photo 1 of 2
Marder I tank destroyer in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944, photo 2 of 2Marder I tank destroyers in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944Marder I tank killer in France or Belgium, 1943-1944, photo 1 of 2Marder I tank killer in France or Belgium, 1943-1944, photo 2 of 2
Marder I tank destroyer in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944, photo 2 of 2Marder I tank destroyers in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944Marder I tank killer in France or Belgium, 1943-1944, photo 1 of 2Marder I tank killer in France or Belgium, 1943-1944, photo 2 of 2
Recently arrived Marder I tank destroyers being prepared by German soldiers, Belgium or France, 1943-1944Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 01 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 02 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 03 of 10
Recently arrived Marder I tank destroyers being prepared by German soldiers, Belgium or France, 1943-1944Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 01 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 02 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 03 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 04 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 05 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 06 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 07 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 04 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 05 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 06 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 07 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 08 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 09 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 10 of 10Rommel inspecting the German 21st Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 30 May 1944, photo 1 of 4; note Marder I tank destroyer converted from a French Hotchkiss H35 tank
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 08 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 09 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 10 of 10Rommel inspecting the German 21st Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 30 May 1944, photo 1 of 4; note Marder I tank destroyer converted from a French Hotchkiss H35 tank

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