×
Home Intro People Events Equipment Places Maps Books Photos Videos Other Reference FAQ About
     

World War II Database

21 items in this album on 2 pages.

German soldiers camouflaging a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 1942German troops loading the PaK 40 gun of a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 1942
German soldiers camouflaging a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 1942German troops loading the PaK 40 gun of a Marder I tank destroyer, southern France, 1942
Marder I tank destroyer on the move in southern France, 1942Marder I tank destroyer in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944, photo 1 of 2
Marder I tank destroyer on the move in southern France, 1942Marder I tank destroyer in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944, photo 1 of 2
Marder I tank destroyer in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944, photo 2 of 2Marder I tank destroyers in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944
Marder I tank destroyer in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944, photo 2 of 2Marder I tank destroyers in a Belgian or French town, 1943-1944
Marder I tank killer in France or Belgium, 1943-1944, photo 1 of 2Marder I tank killer in France or Belgium, 1943-1944, photo 2 of 2
Marder I tank killer in France or Belgium, 1943-1944, photo 1 of 2Marder I tank killer in France or Belgium, 1943-1944, photo 2 of 2
Recently arrived Marder I tank destroyers being prepared by German soldiers, Belgium or France, 1943-1944Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 01 of 10
Recently arrived Marder I tank destroyers being prepared by German soldiers, Belgium or France, 1943-1944Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 01 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 02 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 03 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 02 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 03 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 04 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 05 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 04 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 05 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 06 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 07 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 06 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 07 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 08 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 09 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 08 of 10Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 09 of 10
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 10 of 10Rommel inspecting the German 21st Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 30 May 1944, photo 1 of 4; note Marder I tank destroyer converted from a French Hotchkiss H35 tank
Unloading a Marder I tank destroyer from a train car, Belgium or France, 1943-1944, photo 10 of 10Rommel inspecting the German 21st Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 30 May 1944, photo 1 of 4; note Marder I tank destroyer converted from a French Hotchkiss H35 tank

21 items in this album on 2 pages.

Further Reading

Read more about SdKfz 135 Marder I



Change View
Desktop View

Search WW2DB & Partner Sites
News

Famous WW2 Quote
"With Germany arming at breakneck speed, England lost in a pacifist dream, France corrupt and torn by dissension, America remote and indifferent... do you not tremble for your children?"

Winston Churchill, 1935


Support Us

Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Even $1 a month will go a long way. Thank you!

Or, please support us by purchasing some WW2DB merchandise at TeeSpring, Thank you!