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SdKfz. 222 light armored cars of the Chinese 88th Division, date unknownChinese troops aboard a German-made SdKfz. 221 armored car with a MG 35 machine gun and an anti-tank gun, date unknown
SdKfz. 222 light armored cars of the Chinese 88th Division, date unknownChinese troops aboard a German-made SdKfz. 221 armored car with a MG 35 machine gun and an anti-tank gun, date unknown
German-built SdKfz. 222 light armored car serving with the Chinese 200th Division, date unknownGerman Army SdKfz. 221 armored car crossing from Passau, Germany into Schärding, Austria, 13 Mar 1938
German-built SdKfz. 222 light armored car serving with the Chinese 200th Division, date unknownGerman Army SdKfz. 221 armored car crossing from Passau, Germany into Schärding, Austria, 13 Mar 1938
Troops of the Chinese 200th Division in a SdKfz. 221 armored car column, date unknownGerman SdKfz. 223 armored radio car in Denmark, 12 Apr 1940
Troops of the Chinese 200th Division in a SdKfz. 221 armored car column, date unknownGerman SdKfz. 223 armored radio car in Denmark, 12 Apr 1940
German SdKfz. 222 armored car in North Africa, date unknownErwin Rommel with the German 15th Panzer Division in Libya, 24 Nov 1941; note Hanomag Kfz. 15 and SdKfz. 221/222 vehicles
German SdKfz. 222 armored car in North Africa, date unknownErwin Rommel with the German 15th Panzer Division in Libya, 24 Nov 1941; note Hanomag Kfz. 15 and SdKfz. 221/222 vehicles
German women doing their washing at a cold water hydrant on the street in Berlin, Germany, 3 Jul 1945; note the knocked out German SdKfz. 223 vehicle in background
German women doing their washing at a cold water hydrant on the street in Berlin, Germany, 3 Jul 1945; note the knocked out German SdKfz. 223 vehicle in background
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