Friday, March 20, 2009
During WWII the German Armed forces operated the "PK" or Propaganda kompanie which were groups of photographers, journalists, and camera men sent to the various fronts to document the war. They took over two million photos from 1939-45 which were often published in the Third Reich propaganda magazine Signal
After the war the photos were placed in the Bundesarchiv in Koblentz, Germany which operate a website where you can browse them online.
Retro babe"...nice colours..."
Panzer Sturmgeschutz III, Ausf G
Nasty weather for these stug men. Note the "kill rings" on the barrel.