An Unterscharfuhrer of the Freiwilligen Legion Norwegen.
Soldiers of Freiwilligen-Legion Norwegen pass an abandoned Soviet KhT-26 flame-throwing tank in July, 1942.
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Group of German soldiers walking down a street in Yalta, Crimea.
Soldiers of Frikorps Danmark in position during a mortar exercise. Unterscharführer Aage Mariegaard can be seen in the foreground.
German General Hermann von Hanneken (left), together with the Danish army commander, General Gørtz (center), at a parade to celebrate the departure of Frikorps Danmark from Copenhagen on 13 October, 1942.
Unterscharführer of Frikorps Danmark armed with a MP 40 submachine gun at an observation post on the Eastern Front.
Four French soldiers lay near the outskirts of a forest covered with frost on the Western Front, December 1939.
Finnish officer with two captured Soviet sailors of the Baltic Fleet on the island of Teikarsaari, 1941.
Soviet soldier armed with a late production PPSh-41 submachine gun.
Photographer: Natalia Bode