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Rommel as a cadet at Royal Officer Cadet School, Danzig, circa 1910Adolf Hitler welcomed by a honor guard at Goslar, Germany, 30 Sep 1934; note Captain Erwin Rommel in backgroundMartin Bormann, Adolf Hitler, Erwin Rommel, and Walter von Reichenau in Poland, Sep 1939German Army Lieutenant Colonel Julius von Bernuth and Major General Erwin Rommel, near the Moselle River, Germany, early 1940
Rommel as a cadet at Royal Officer Cadet School, Danzig, circa 1910Adolf Hitler welcomed by a honor guard at Goslar, Germany, 30 Sep 1934; note Captain Erwin Rommel in backgroundMartin Bormann, Adolf Hitler, Erwin Rommel, and Walter von Reichenau in Poland, Sep 1939German Army Lieutenant Colonel Julius von Bernuth and Major General Erwin Rommel, near the Moselle River, Germany, early 1940
German Army Major General Erwin Rommel studying maps with officers, France, May-Jun 1940German Major General Rommel in a field in France, Jun 1940; note Panzer 38(t) tanks in the backgroundErwin Rommel in the Paris, France victory parade, late Jun 1940Colonel General Erwin Rommel and General Siegfried Westphal helping with pushing a stuck vehicle, North Africa, early 1941
German Army Major General Erwin Rommel studying maps with officers, France, May-Jun 1940German Major General Rommel in a field in France, Jun 1940; note Panzer 38(t) tanks in the backgroundErwin Rommel in the Paris, France victory parade, late Jun 1940Colonel General Erwin Rommel and General Siegfried Westphal helping with pushing a stuck vehicle, North Africa, early 1941
German fighter pilot Joachim Müncheberg and General Erwin Rommel in front of a He 111 aircraft, North Africa, 1941-1942Italian General Italo Gariboldi welcoming German Generals Erwin Rommel and Johannes Streich to Tripoli, Libya, 12 Feb 1941Rommel arriving at Tripoli, Libya, 12 Feb 1941Rommel in North Africa with his signature trench coat and field glasses, circa mid-1941
German fighter pilot Joachim Müncheberg and General Erwin Rommel in front of a He 111 aircraft, North Africa, 1941-1942Italian General Italo Gariboldi welcoming German Generals Erwin Rommel and Johannes Streich to Tripoli, Libya, 12 Feb 1941Rommel arriving at Tripoli, Libya, 12 Feb 1941Rommel in North Africa with his signature trench coat and field glasses, circa mid-1941
Erwin Rommel speaking to German Colonel Paul Diesener and Italian General Navarini, North Africa, 21 Nov 1941Erwin Rommel with the German 15th Panzer Division in Libya, 24 Nov 1941; note Hanomag Kfz. 15 and SdKfz. 221/222 vehiclesErwin Rommel speaking to German officers near Tobruk, Libya, 29 Nov 1941Colonel General Erwin Rommel and Major General Bernhard-Hermann Ramcke in North Africa, early 1942
Erwin Rommel speaking to German Colonel Paul Diesener and Italian General Navarini, North Africa, 21 Nov 1941Erwin Rommel with the German 15th Panzer Division in Libya, 24 Nov 1941; note Hanomag Kfz. 15 and SdKfz. 221/222 vehiclesErwin Rommel speaking to German officers near Tobruk, Libya, 29 Nov 1941Colonel General Erwin Rommel and Major General Bernhard-Hermann Ramcke in North Africa, early 1942
Colonel General Erwin Rommel observing the field with binoculars, North Africa, 1942, photo 1 of 2Colonel General Erwin Rommel observing the field with binoculars, North Africa, 1942, photo 2 of 2Colonel General Rommel observing smoke on the horizon in his SdKfz. 250/3 command vehicle Erwin Rommel and Albert Kesselring in conversation, North Africa, 1942, photo 1 of 2
Colonel General Erwin Rommel observing the field with binoculars, North Africa, 1942, photo 1 of 2Colonel General Erwin Rommel observing the field with binoculars, North Africa, 1942, photo 2 of 2Colonel 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 vehicleErwin Rommel and Albert Kesselring in conversation, North Africa, 1942, photo 1 of 2

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