I remember that lady well. During the Falklands war, Danish television broadcasted one of her speeches and there was some kind of technical problem, making the sound play backwards. Playing sound backwards has been used for effect in popular music and sound art, because it makes the human voice sound strange and frightening. Like the voice of a demon.
Panzer: Personenkraftwagen (Pkw)
The Wehrmacht made extensive use of civilian vehicles during WWII, a practise boosted by the fact that they had access to both the German, Austrian, Czech, French and Soviet automobile industries and thus could supply themselves with what they needed. Often, a coat of camouflage paint and a new license plate was enough to transform a privately owned vehicle into the property of The Reich, but sometimes extensive work was done to bring the car, truck, or lorry in question up to Wehrmacht standards. The car in the photo has been fitted with both a regulation Notek blackout light, Deutsches Reichsbahn loading label (painted on the door) and of course: an MG 34 machine gun, making it useful for mobile anti-aircraft defence. The tactical marking painted on the side door is interesting, but unfortunately I do not know what "E-Zug" and "Erk" stands for, perhaps Erprobungskommando , meaning "test unit".