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Finnish officers from the Wiking Division, early 1943. Top row - Mauri Sautio, Heikki Mansala, Kauko Ingerö. Bottom row - Olli Somersalo, Kalervo Kurkiala, Yrjö Tenomaa.

Finnish officers from the Wiking Division, early 1943. Top row - Mauri Sautio, Heikki Mansala, Kauko Ingerö. Bottom row - Olli Somersalo, Kalervo Kurkiala, Yrjö Tenomaa.

*1942, division Wiking

*1942, division Wiking

Soldiers from the 5 SS-Panzer-Division Repairing a Pumptured wheel on a Opel Blitz 3.6-36S.

Soldiers from the 5 SS-Panzer-Division Repairing a Pumptured wheel on a Opel Blitz 3.6-36S.

5th SS Panzer division SdKfz 251/1 ausf. C halftrack.

5th SS Panzer division SdKfz 251/1 ausf. C halftrack.

5th SS panzer Viking confront the Soviets a Kovel.  Getting ready here is the 12th company of the Germania Regiment 1944

5th SS panzer Viking confront the Soviets a Kovel. Getting ready here is the 12th company of the Germania Regiment 1944

Panther Div. "Wiking" Battle Of Kovel 1944. | WW2 tanks | Flickr

Panther Div. "Wiking" Battle Of Kovel 1944. | WW2 tanks | Flickr

Panther of 5 Waffen SS Panzer Division Wiking,Kowel 1944

Panther of 5 Waffen SS Panzer Division Wiking,Kowel 1944

1939 / 1945 Grades militaires allemands                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

1939 / 1945 Grades militaires allemands Plus

Waffen SS in 44 Dot camo

Waffen SS in 44 Dot camo

6th Army soldiers marching to Stalingrad, 1942. These kids had no idea what kind of hell was about to be unleashed on them. Literally marching to hell. It’s kind of eerie looking at the men in this picture and realizing that statistically speaking, they most likely never saw 1944. Those sunglasses are privately own, probably pretty expensive. Sunglasses were only issued for Afrika Korps troops and for motorcycles, but not for infantry.

6th Army soldiers marching to Stalingrad, 1942. These kids had no idea what kind of hell was about to be unleashed on them. Literally marching to hell. It’s kind of eerie looking at the men in this picture and realizing that statistically speaking, they most likely never saw 1944. Those sunglasses are privately own, probably pretty expensive. Sunglasses were only issued for Afrika Korps troops and for motorcycles, but not for infantry.