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Captured weapons.... (by the Germans)


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Really nice additions.

Keep 'em coming.

 

I found some new pictures of beutepanzer too at warhistoryonline.

 

This one was already posted in post #15, but from a different angle

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A captured Stuart from Tunisia

 

 

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Shermans were definitely popular among the German troops

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I guess the Firefly was one of the most common beutepanzer

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You can still see the British markings on the turret behind the cross

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This picture is said to be taken in Utrecht, the Netherlands

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Another one, looks like Africa too, tan colored uniforms and painted helmets, this one has a Flak Kannone mounted into it after capture, haven't ascertained the type of cannon that is yet, will shop this around on WMF, maybe it too is a Erbeute model, Czech. Polish???

 

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French 37mm / 50 modele 1925. A Naval AA weapon used by Germany

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Not a Weapon in the strictest sense I know, But I've Been looking at this photo for years and years, first seen it in 1983 in this big book I bought and still have by Andrew Mollo HERE

 

Seeing the photo now online, I never noticed this Schütze of the Herman Göring Division in the lead has an American GI T Handle Entrenching Tool shoved in his belt, never noticed till a couple of days ago LOL, always thought it was and opened German folding one LOL.

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On 1/21/2020 at 9:29 PM, patches said:

Wow the Germans were even using captured Halftrack in 1940, did we send these out that early to the French or English!

 

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Not to be difficult, but this pic is not from 1940. I'm interested in where it was obtained. 

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3 hours ago, iron bender said:

Not to be difficult, but this pic is not from 1940. I'm interested in where it was obtained. 

 

3 hours ago, iron bender said:

Not to be difficult, but this pic is not from 1940. I'm interested in where it was obtained. 

😄That's from a movie, the 1969 The Battle of Britain, a sequence when the Germans got the Allies on the run.  I was just doing my customary goofing around 😆

 

I did the same with the two other color photos, these being from Patton the other The Battle of the Bulge 😊.

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