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Marder III Knocked out in Itay, '44. Gee, it's astonishing how quality some of these old photos can be!


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That is a great one. The quality is insane for how old it is.
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Shot Baker. As I understand it, this was one of two atomic bombs available on 9th August, 1945, after Nagasaki was hit.
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