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The Schwarzlose M.7/12 on a three-legged anti-aircraft gun mount, Eastern Front, 1942.
The Maschinengewehr (Schwarzlose) M. 7, also known as the Schwarzlose MG

The Polish Navy submarine ORP Orzeł in the base at Rosyth, January 1940.
ORP Orzeł was the lead ship of her class of submarines serving in the Polish Navy during World War II. Her name means "Eagle" in Polish. The boat is best known for the Orzeł incident, her escape from internment in neutral Estonia during the early stages of the Second World War.

A Polish servicewoman in German uniform is checking the identity card of driver William Massey of the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps at the main gate of a German prisoner-of-war camp for female personnel of the Polish Army, located north of Haren, Germany, 7 May 1945.
The Royal Canadian Army Service Corps (RCASC) was an administrative and transport corps of the Canadian Army and was established in 1901.
The RCASC, along with the rest of the Army, underwent a rapid expansion as Canada mobilized for the Second World War.
In addition to maintaining transport for the army on land, the RCASC also commanded and maintained a ship-borne freight and patrol company, the Pacific Command Water Transport Company, during World War II.
The RCASC provided support to Canadian Soldiers wherever they went; training in Canada and Great Britain, the campaign in north-west Europe, and in the campaign in Italy. They moved supplies from the rear areas to the front-lines. It delivered all rations, ammunition, petroleum products, and all other essentials. They did so with a variety of vehicles ranging from three to ten ton trucks, and forty ton tank transporters.
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Фриц показывает то ли сливу, то ли алычу... вобщем шляпа какая-то...

1927 - 1928 года. СССР. Шофер при Управлении пожарной охраны Ленинграда.

Though not a permanent piece of the Tank Museum's collection, the Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Elefant was on temporary display as part of the Museum's Tiger Collection.  Here's the sad state a friend and I found it in at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in 2005.  It was just sitting out in the open at an old railroad siding just off a back road, not even on display.  It would be a few more years before this treasure would get the TLC it needed, as documented on "Tank Overhaul.".


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