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    #16
    Hello,
    I am not altogether sure if this is snow, I think it is, but it could be sand?
    Anyway, it does fit the bill for atmosphere.
    Cheers,
    Kerry.
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      #17
      Nice pics here so far. Here are a few to add.

      Regards,

      Z
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      "Fanaticism and Ignorance is forever busy and needs feeding."--Jerome Lawrence

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        #18
        Here is one I love from my collection - a morning photo with atmosphere.

        Recently I started a new company, which is eating all my time.
        I'll try to post something from time to time though...
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          #19
          great contributions guys !!

          here is one new.
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          -=Always looking for French cadets infos at Shaw Field South Carolina 1944=-

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            #20
            [QUOTE=Mil-Archive;8117964]Not sure if this is right for the thread. I find it captivating so hopefuly it fits the bill.

            Originally thought this was a firing squad but discussed it on Axis and was told it could also be a staging area showing people being held before transport to somewhere else. I'll let you decide. This is Croatian Home guard 'Domobrani' & the civilians are believed either Serb or Roma.

            Croatian and serbs were not what we could call friends. So much guards for so few people?just rember how much guards (us or german) you can see with US or germans war prisoners

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              #21
              I always thought this was the most atmospheric photo of the war--it sums up the TR in one photo: the turrent pointed ominously eastward; the tank an example of monumentalism run amuck; the misplaced priorities of the TR in terms of resources; over-engineering; a fruitless defense; etc, etc, etc.
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                #22
                Nice one stonemint....!

                France 1940...wrecked.
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                -=Always looking for French cadets infos at Shaw Field South Carolina 1944=-

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                  #23
                  a nice color slide from my collection


                  German Panzer 3 tanks used to transport infantry through ice cold Russian landscape, Russian winter end 1943


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                    #24
                    Atmospheric and thought provoking. Two half-buried Mausers, three magnetic mines and other equipment. Is it abandoned? What is the story?
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                      #25
                      Originally posted by kerryboo View Post
                      Atmospheric and thought provoking. Two half-buried Mausers, three magnetic mines and other equipment. Is it abandoned? What is the story?
                      intriguing indeed

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                        #26
                        1942 - south of Lake Tigoda

                        The grave of Feldwebel Josef Erz - 4./I.R.270
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                          #27
                          Herr Feldwebel would not like the snow covered rifles. No body home in my opinion.

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                            #28
                            I'm loving this thread. You fellows have shown some very nice photos that communicate so much. Here are a few more I'd like to share.

                            I know that they are common as dirt, but I really love the shots of artillery/Flak firing at night and searchlights probing the sky.

                            Regards,

                            Z
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                            "Fanaticism and Ignorance is forever busy and needs feeding."--Jerome Lawrence

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                              #29
                              Hunters.
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                                #30
                                Last ones.
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