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Camouflaged German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun position, North Africa, 1941German troops loading the PaK 40 gun of a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 19427.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun in an Italian town, 1943German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun and its crew in position during an exercise, Belgium or France, 1943
Camouflaged German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun position, North Africa, 1941German troops loading the PaK 40 gun of a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 19427.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun in an Italian town, 1943German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun and its crew in position during an exercise, Belgium or France, 1943
German half-track of Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 1 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 2 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 3 of 7
German half-track of 'GroƟdeutschland' Division towing a 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun, Russia, 1943Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 1 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 2 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 3 of 7
Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 4 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 5 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 6 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 7 of 7
Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 4 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 5 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 6 of 7Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 7 of 7
German 7.5 cm PaK 40 camouflaged in snowy terrain, Russia, 21 Mar 1943German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun being towed by a tracked vehicle, Yugoslavia, Sep 1943, photo 1 of 2German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun being towed by a tracked vehicle, Yugoslavia, Sep 1943, photo 2 of 2German 7.5 cm PaK 40 gun position in Albania, Sep 1943
German 7.5 cm PaK 40 camouflaged in snowy terrain, Russia, 21 Mar 1943German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun being towed by a tracked vehicle, Yugoslavia, Sep 1943, photo 1 of 2German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun being towed by a tracked vehicle, Yugoslavia, Sep 1943, photo 2 of 2German 7.5 cm PaK 40 gun position in Albania, Sep 1943
German crew of a 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun resting in front of the Italian State Radio at the corner of Via Asiago and Via Montello, Rome, Italy, 11 Sep 1943.German PaK 40 gun near Salerno, Italy, late Sep 19437.5 cm PaK 40 being towed by a tracked vehicle, Northern France, Oct 1943German 7.5 cm PaK 40 gun and crew in Northern France, Oct 1943; note Kar98k rifle
German crew of a 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun resting in front of the Italian State Radio at the corner of Via Asiago and Via Montello, Rome, Italy, 11 Sep 1943.German PaK 40 gun near Salerno, Italy, late Sep 19437.5 cm PaK 40 being towed by a tracked vehicle, Northern France, Oct 1943German 7.5 cm PaK 40 gun and crew in Northern France, Oct 1943; note Kar98k rifle

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