Great Photos With No Source

by Daniel Russ on December 8, 2016

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German Sea Plane Circa WWII (Arado 196 ?)

 

 

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Germans Hold Up What They Think Is  Unit Flag Of A Defeated Battalion

 

 

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Louis October 19, 2017 at 7:10 am

The first picture, with the tankette, is probably a CV L3 tank. And the picture was taken where the Italians (as the commander\gunner is wearing the Italian army armoured uniform) were fighting in close proximity to their German allies, which explains the Balkenkreuz, the german army recognition sign, on the tank. Similar pictures exist from both Norht Africa\Tunesia, the Balakn and southern Italy.
The floatplane, with its Soviet markings, looks like the Beriev KOR 2 Be 4: http://www.century-of-flight.net/Aviation%20history/photo_albums/timeline/ww2/2/Beriev%20KOR%202%20Be%204.htm
The tank with the Katyushas is part of the last batch of Soviet T-40 light tanks (The last batch of T-40s were produced with BM-8-24 Katyusha rocket racks mounted instead of a turret. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-40) and this one seems to have been captured by the germans.
The multiple turret tank is a Soviet T35: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-35

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