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Sowjetunion, Kampf um Charkow.- Männer des Panzer-Regiments 1 der Waffen-SS-Division "LSSAH" (Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler) beim Angriff auf Charkow, Panzerjäger "Marder III" und Infanterie in Wintertarnanzügen in verschneitem Gelände; SS-PK
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Русский: Солдаты дивизии СС «Адольф Гитлер» рядом с противотанковой САУ Marder III. Февраль 1943, под Харьковом.
Depicted place Russia
Date February 1943
Photographer Roth, Franz
Propagandakompanien der Wehrmacht - Waffen-SS (Bild 101 III)
Accession number Bild 101III-Roth-173-01
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