Thursday, October 21, 2004

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Panzer - From 1944 and onwards the allied armies enjoyed complete air superiority on the European battlefields which meant the German army's strongest asset - the panzers- were under constant attack from a direction where they were also at their weakest: above. One way to deal with this was to use heavy camouflage and this series of two photos show a late Sturmgeschütz III ausf. G parked in a specially constructed shelter to hide it from ground attack planes like the Russian IL2 "Sturmovik"

Babe - This photo makes me think of the Korova Milkbar in "A Clockwork Orange".
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