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Army Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Wwii, Guns, Military

German armored rail cars securing a railway line in Yugoslavia, 1944.

German armored rail cars securing a railway line in Yugoslavia, 1944

транспортно десантный  вагон немецкого броне поезда с  122-мм САУ с использованием гаубицы М-30  и шасси  французского Лоррана12.2 cm Kanone (r) auf Geschutzwagen Lorraine (f) .on the transport-the landing platform of the German armored trains

FK (r) auf GW Lorraine Schleppe(f) on the back of an armoured train flat truck with ramps

In Flames Of War the new German Tank-hunter car can be combined with Battlefront’s Polish Armoured train to field a Captured Armoured Train from Grey Wolf

Photo gallery and combat service of the German World War II armoured train Panzerzug 11 formed of the Polish rolling stock

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KURT UBBEN

✠ Kurt "Kuddel" Ubben November 1911 – 27 April shot down in combat with fighters near Fère-en-Tardenois. He bailed out but his parachute failed to open.

Walter “Graf Punski” Krupinski (11 November 1920 – 7 October 2000) was a German Luftwaffe fighter ace of World War II and a senior West German air force officer after the war. He was one of the highest-scoring pilots, credited with 197 victories in 1,100 sorties. He was called by his fellow pilots Graf Punski (Count Punski) due to his Prussian origins. Krupinski was one of the first to fly the Me 262 jet fighter in combat as a member of the famous aces squadron JV 44 led by Adolf Galland.

historywars: “ Walter “Graf Punski” Krupinski November 1920 – 7 October was a German Luftwaffe fighter ace of World War II and a senior West German air force officer after the war.

■ Oberleutnant Otto Schulz (born 11 February 1911 in Treptow an der Rega – died 17 June 1942 in Sidi Rezegh) was a German World War II Luftwaffe fighter ace. He scored 48 of his victories against the Western Allies and three victories over the Eastern Front in over 450 combat missions whilst flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109. Also, as distinct from Otto Schultz, another German fighter ace in World War 2 who flew with JG51 over the Eastern Front.

■ Oberleutnant Otto Schulz (born 11 February 1911 in Treptow an der Rega – died 17 June 1942 in Sidi Rezegh) was a German World War II Luftwaffe fighter ace. He scored 48 of his victories against the Western Allies and three victories over the Eastern Front in over 450 combat missions whilst flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109. Also, as distinct from Otto Schultz, another German fighter ace in World War 2 who flew with JG51 over the Eastern Front.