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German Luftwaffe Field Marshal Albert Kesselring testing a MP43 assault rifle, date unknownGerman MG42 machine gun crew in Russia, Jan 1944; Sturmgewehr 44 assault rifle
German Luftwaffe Field Marshal Albert Kesselring testing a MP43 assault rifle, date unknownGerman MG42 machine gun crew in Russia, Jan 1944; Sturmgewehr 44 assault rifle
German soldier surveying the field, Russia, summer 1944; note Model 24 grenades and Sturmgewehr 44 rifleFallen German Panzerschreck rocket launcher crew, 1944-1945
German soldier surveying the field, Russia, summer 1944; note Model 24 grenades and Sturmgewehr 44 rifleFallen German Panzerschreck rocket launcher crew, 1944-1945
German mountain trooper carrying a StG44 assault rifle, circa 1944-1945Waffen-SS soldiers near the end of the war. Camouflage uniforms are clearly shown. The rifle the soldier is holding is the Sturmgewehr 44.
German mountain trooper carrying a StG44 assault rifle, circa 1944-1945Waffen-SS soldiers near the end of the war. Camouflage uniforms are clearly shown. The rifle the soldier is holding is the Sturmgewehr 44.
German child playing with abandoned weapons, Berlin, Germany, 1945German child playing with abandoned weapons, Berlin, Germany, 1945
German child playing with abandoned weapons, Berlin, Germany, 1945German child playing with abandoned weapons, Berlin, Germany, 1945
East German Army troops marching, post-WW2; note StG44 assault rifles and M-54 helmetsMkb-42(H) assault rifle on display at the West Point Museum, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, United States, 22 Sep 2007
East German Army troops marching, post-WW2; note StG44 assault rifles and M-54 helmetsMkb-42(H) assault rifle on display at the West Point Museum, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, United States, 22 Sep 2007
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