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Colonel Chateau-Jobert, dit "Conan".

Colonel Chateau-Jobert, dit "Conan".

Correspondant de guerre de la Luftwaffe au sein de l'Afrikakorps. Noter les bandes de bras "Afrikakorps" et "Kriegsberichter der Luftwaffe"

Correspondant de guerre de la Luftwaffe au sein de l'Afrikakorps. Noter les bandes de bras "Afrikakorps" et "Kriegsberichter der Luftwaffe"

French; Capitaine de Fregate(Commander) Sanguinetti, commander of the Demi-brigade of Fusilier Marins on the radio during Operation Jumelles, august '59

French; Capitaine de Fregate(Commander) Sanguinetti, commander of the Demi-brigade of Fusilier Marins on the radio during Operation Jumelles, august '59

Afrika-Korps buddies pose for a group photograph at a civilian photographer's…

Afrika-Korps buddies pose for a group photograph at a civilian photographer's…

There were two mountain units deployed in Afrika. The Gebirgsjäger-infantrie div. 756 and the Gebirgsjäger Sonderverbande 288.

There were two mountain units deployed in Afrika. The Gebirgsjäger-infantrie div. 756 and the Gebirgsjäger Sonderverbande 288.

Waffen SS officer with two friends, one 4-legged, the other 2-legged but with wings. Even in the middle of the most brutal war, there are moments of kindness.

Waffen SS officer with two friends, one 4-legged, the other 2-legged but with wings. Even in the middle of the most brutal war, there are moments of kindness.

Hugo Jaegers Fotos zeigen deutsche Kriegsgefangene (meist ehemalige Mitglieder des Afrikakorps) nach der Rückführung in Ihr Land nach einem Gefangenenaustausch mit England

Hugo Jaegers Fotos zeigen deutsche Kriegsgefangene (meist ehemalige Mitglieder des Afrikakorps) nach der Rückführung in Ihr Land nach einem Gefangenenaustausch mit England

Lieutenant-Colonel Langlais. Commanded 2nd Brigade Paratroopers. Broke his ankle when air dropped into Dien Bien Phu. Was flown out only to return and became Commander of the Central Section of the complex, fighting on until the surrender of Dien Bien Phu

Lieutenant-Colonel Langlais. Commanded 2nd Brigade Paratroopers. Broke his ankle when air dropped into Dien Bien Phu. Was flown out only to return and became Commander of the Central Section of the complex, fighting on until the surrender of Dien Bien Phu

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