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The World War I era is considered one of the most violent in human history.
There were around 50,000 fatalities, with over 4 million wounded.
It was the bloodiest war in history, with more than 1 million German soldiers killed.
The uniform of the Germans is a combination of many types of military uniforms, including the Army Uniform and the Mha School Uniform.
There are various types of uniforms for each type of soldier, with the MHA school uniform and the Army uniform having different colour schemes.
A soldier is seen on the field of battle, during a combat patrol, during an engagement or on an officer’s uniform.
In WW2, the uniforms were often worn by members of the Luftwaffe (German Air Force), as well as by civilian personnel.
Soldiers in WWI wore the M ha uniform and Army uniform.
The Mha school uniforms were a uniform worn by soldiers in the Bavarian province of Bavaria in the 1920s and 1930s.
It consisted of a uniform consisting of a light grey jacket with dark grey pants, grey shirt and white boots.
The school uniform was worn by the soldiers of the Bavarians military school during WWI.
The school uniform also included a helmet, with a white visor, with blue piping and a red and yellow stripe.
The helmet was placed on the soldier’s forehead and was usually on the left ear.
During the Great War, soldiers wore uniforms of various types and colours.
In the first days of the war, soldiers also wore black uniforms with the words “Kapitän” (National Guard) on the front.
In Germany, the National Guard wore a grey uniform, and they were not allowed to wear other uniforms, such as the red and white ones.
A tank, an armoured vehicle, stands in front of a field of trees in the Kiel area of Berlin on July 14, 1945, Germany.
The war started on May 6, 1918, when the Germans defeated the Allies in a two-day blitzkrieg that took over all of Europe.
The war lasted for three years.
The German army had a large number of soldiers and vehicles in its service.
During the war period, the Germans used tanks, artillery pieces and aircraft to destroy enemy positions and captured Allied military assets.
The tanks were the backbone of the German military.
The mainstay of the Great Offensive in 1918 was the German infantry division, which was formed in September 1918.
During its history, the German army fielded several different types of vehicles and vehicles, including trucks, carriages and armored vehicles.
The tanks used for the Great Defensive Operation in 1918 were designed to protect the front lines.
During this offensive, the armored vehicles were also used to move heavy and light vehicles to the front line.
In the war years, the armoured vehicles of the Imperial German Army (deutsches Bundeswehr) consisted of:The German armoured personnel carriers (APCs) were used by the German Army to move infantry to the battlefield.
The tank destroyer was an armored vehicle that was used by German Army during the First World War and later the Second World War.
It was a heavy armored vehicle with a gun mounted in the turret, which could penetrate a variety of weapons, including cannons.
The gun-carrying APCs were the mainstay units of the First and Second World Wars.
The Panzer IV, which the German Panzer IV was based on, was a tank that was designed to carry up to 100 soldiers at a time.
The most famous and most famous German armored vehicles, like the Tiger and the Panther, were also made during this period.
The first tank in the German tank fleet was the M4 Sherman tank, developed in 1936 by the Monell Chemical and Biological Company.
The Sherman was an American-designed tank.
The Tiger was the most advanced and feared of the tanks.
It had a 360-degree armor, a high frontal armor and a turret with a 30mm cannon.
It also had a machine gun, the M8 Sherman Machine Gun.
It is also considered to be one of only two tanks that was built exclusively for the purpose of fighting against the Soviet Union.
The Panther was a German-designed armored vehicle developed by the Krupp company in 1942.
The Panther was also considered as the “ultimate” tank, with superior firepower, armour, mobility and protection.
It featured the longest armor and the highest mobility in the armored combat vehicles.