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Abandoned H35 light tank on the side of a road, France, May 1940AMR 35 light tanks, 1940; seen in US Army film Divide and Conquer/Why We Fight 3
Abandoned H35 light tank on the side of a road, France, May 1940AMR 35 light tanks, 1940; seen in US Army film Divide and Conquer/Why We Fight 3
British Cruiser Mk IV tank with turret facing the rear, France, late May 1940Do 17Z bombers over the Low Countries, May 1940
British Cruiser Mk IV tank with turret facing the rear, France, late May 1940Do 17Z bombers over the Low Countries, May 1940
Rouen in flames during the German invasion, May 1940Scuttled French Char B1 heavy tank in Beaumont, Belgium, 16 May 1940, photo 1 of 2
Rouen in flames during the German invasion, May 1940Scuttled French Char B1 heavy tank in Beaumont, Belgium, 16 May 1940, photo 1 of 2
German troops with a camouflaged 3.7 cm PaK 36 anti-tank gun in Belgium, May 1940German vehicles and troops in Maastricht, the Netherlands, 10 May 1940
German troops with a camouflaged 3.7 cm PaK 36 anti-tank gun in Belgium, May 1940German vehicles and troops in Maastricht, the Netherlands, 10 May 1940
A Dutch family amidst a devastated town after the German invasion, May 1940British and French prisoners of war in Belgium, May 1940
A Dutch family amidst a devastated town after the German invasion, May 1940British and French prisoners of war in Belgium, May 1940
German SdKfz. 10/4 half-track vehicles with 2-cm flak guns driving through the village of Gourgançon, Marne, France, May 1940A Dutch woman welcoming German SS troops arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940
German SdKfz. 10/4 half-track vehicles with 2-cm flak guns driving through the village of Gourgançon, Marne, France, May 1940A Dutch woman welcoming German SS troops arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940
German troops crossing the Meuse River in a rubber raft, near Aiglemont, France, 14 May 1940A Flak 18 gun and its crew in Belgium, May 1940; note British Morris C8 tractor and German BMW R18 and DKW NZ350 motorcycles in foreground
German troops crossing the Meuse River in a rubber raft, near Aiglemont, France, 14 May 1940A Flak 18 gun and its crew in Belgium, May 1940; note British Morris C8 tractor and German BMW R18 and DKW NZ350 motorcycles in foreground
A wounded man and a dead girl in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940German General Heinz Guderian (in SdKfz. 251/3 halftrack vehicle) speaking with General Adolf Kuntzen of 8th Panzer Division, France, May 1940
A wounded man and a dead girl in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940German General Heinz Guderian (in SdKfz. 251/3 halftrack vehicle) speaking with General Adolf Kuntzen of 8th Panzer Division, France, May 1940
German General Heinz Guderian and other officers in Bouillon, Belgium, May 1940German General Heinz Guderian in a SdKfz. 251/3 halftrack vehicle, France, May 1940, photo 1 of 6; note early 3-rotor Enigma machine
German General Heinz Guderian and other officers in Bouillon, Belgium, May 1940German General Heinz Guderian in a SdKfz. 251/3 halftrack vehicle, France, May 1940, photo 1 of 6; note early 3-rotor Enigma machine
German General Heinz Guderian in a SdKfz. 251/3 halftrack vehicle, France, May 1940, photo 2 of 6; note early 3-rotor Enigma machineGerman General Heinz Guderian in a SdKfz. 251/3 halftrack vehicle, France, May 1940, photo 3 of 6; note early 3-rotor Enigma machine
German General Heinz Guderian in a SdKfz. 251/3 halftrack vehicle, France, May 1940, photo 2 of 6; note early 3-rotor Enigma machineGerman General Heinz Guderian in a SdKfz. 251/3 halftrack vehicle, France, May 1940, photo 3 of 6; note early 3-rotor Enigma machine

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