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Germany's Messerschmitt-323 Gigant Unloading a German Marder II.

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Hawker Hurricane Mark IIDs of No 6 Squadron, Royal Air Force rolling out at Gabes soon after noon on 6 April 1943 for a tank-busting raid.

Hawker Hurricane Mark IID 'tank busters' of No. 6 Squadron about to take off from Gabes in Tunisia, 6 April Hawker Hurricane Mark IID.

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Soldiers of the Deutsches Afrikakorps (DAK) making a small trench as their home in the desert. They used Zeltbahn as cover and camouflage from the air and distance. Photo taken by General Erwin Rommel during his Campaign in North Africa, 1941

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251 halftrack vehicle at Bir al Hakim, near Tobruk, Libya, 1 Jun 1942

German Focke Wulf 190s

The Most Iconic World War 2 Planes

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A scruffy looking Afrika Korps soldier alongside his comrade in the searing deserts of North Africa. 1942.

A scruffy looking Afrika Korps soldier alongside his comrade in the searing deserts of North Africa.

British troops capturing a DAK tank in Africa - At the second battle of El Alamein.

British troops capturing a DAK tank in Africa - At the second battle of El Alamein. German surrendering is British soldier!

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German Afrikakorps soldiers in an armored personnel carrier (Sonderkraftfahrzeug Ausf.B advances past the fortified Fort Mechili in Cyrenaica/Libya, Western Desert, North Africa, 8 April Original colours.