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    Hi all,

    I am new to the forum.

    I am a bookseller based in Sussex.

    I would like some help with some German ww2 photographs I have found amongst the stock!

    This one for a start has me baffled.

    Any help greatly appreciated.

    Stephen.
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    They are German soldiers of the Heer [Army].

    The one on the left and the one in the center are wearing the washable, off-white Drillich work-/fatigue uniform, the one on the right is in a greatcoat; all three are wearing field caps.

    All of them are enlisted men; the rank of the man on the right - as we can tell from his sleeve chevron - is Gefreiter.

    Don't know about the piece of machinery they are posing with; perhaps a tank engine?

    Hope this helps.

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    Many thanks, do you have any idea what that engine? is? and it looks like a helmet on a stick? in the background.

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    As said before it could be a tank motor, maybe an armoured car or half track. Hard to tell for sure!...
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