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German Marder II tank destroyer of SS-Leibstandarte Marder II tank destroyer of German SS-Division Wiking in the Caucasus region of southern Russia, Aug-Sep 1942Abandoned German Marder II tank destroyers at Stalingrad, Russia, 1942-1943Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 1 of 7
German Marder II tank destroyer of SS-Leibstandarte 'Adolf Hitler' on parade on the Champs-Élysées, Paris, France, Aug 1942Marder II tank destroyer of German SS-Division Wiking in the Caucasus region of southern Russia, Aug-Sep 1942Abandoned German Marder II tank destroyers at Stalingrad, Russia, 1942-1943Close-up view of a PaK 40 gun mounted on a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 1 of 7
Close-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 7Close-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 7
Close-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 7Close-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 7
Close-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 7Close-up view of Marder II gun shield, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 1 of 2Close-up view of Marder II gun shield, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 2 of 2
Close-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 7Close-up view of Marder II gun shield, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 1 of 2Close-up view of Marder II gun shield, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 2 of 2
Close-up view of the rear section of a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 1 of 2Close-up view of the rear section of a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 2 of 2Marder II tank destroyers at Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943German Marder II tank destroyer on a muddy road in Russia, Feb 1943
Close-up view of the rear section of a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 1 of 2Close-up view of the rear section of a Marder II tank destroyer, Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943, photo 2 of 2Marder II tank destroyers at Kharkov, Ukraine, early 1943German Marder II tank destroyer on a muddy road in Russia, Feb 1943
German soldiers loading a machine gun onto a Marder II tank destroyer, Soviet Union, spring 1943Marder II tank destroyers in the Soviet Union, Feb-Mar 1943German Marder II tank destroyer German Marder II tank destroyer
German soldiers loading a machine gun onto a Marder II tank destroyer, Soviet Union, spring 1943Marder II tank destroyers in the Soviet Union, Feb-Mar 1943German Marder II tank destroyer 'Kohlenklau' in Russia, spring 1943, photo 1 of 4German Marder II tank destroyer 'Kohlenklau' in Russia, spring 1943, photo 2 of 4

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