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Rommel gibt 8,8 cm Flak Befehl feindl. Panzerspähwagen, die das feindliche Artilleriefeuer leiten, zu bekämpfen
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Nordafrika, bei Bir Hacheim.- Feuerndes 8,8 cm Flakgeschütz. Im Hintergrund Generaloberst Rommels Schützenpanzer Sd.Kfz. 250 "Greif"; KBK Lw.7
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Depicted place North Africa
Date June 1942
Photographer Zwilling, Ernst A.
Propagandakompanien der Wehrmacht - Heer und Luftwaffe (Bild 101 I)
Accession number Bild 101I-443-1599-20
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