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Rommel mit Soldaten der Legion "Freies Indien"

Scherl: Generalfeldmarschall Rommel an der Biscaya Auf seinen Besichtigungsfahrten überprüft Feldmarschall Rommel nicht nur unsere Verteidigungsanlagen an der Küste, sondern überzeugt sich auch vom Stand der Ausbildung der Truppen. UBz: Generalfeldmarschall Rommel bei der Besichtigung einer Einheit "Freies Indien", die sich aus indischen Freiwilligen zusammensetzt. PK-Jesse Zentralbild: II. Weltkrieg 1939-45. Im besezten Frankreich, Februar 1944. Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel besichtigt eine Einheit der "Indischen Legion". (Die indische Legion wurde aus in Europa lebenden Indern gebildet)

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  • Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland ( PND 118602446)
Date February 1944
Photographer Jesse
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Accession number Bild 183-J16796
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