This section will include photos that are of interest with rather short description for easier maintainance :).

Poland - 1939

A lot of Polish vehicles were either destroyed or abandoned, like C7P artillery tractor and C2P tractor. Some Polish tanks were incorporated into German ranks like this 7TP. Following this tank is a rarely found Brückenleger I and Panzer Is.
The reconnaisance troop of the 4.Panzer-Division was Pz.A.A.7.In the photo album of the soldier of the Abteilung you can see a Panzerbefehlswagen III Ausführung D1 and Sd.Kfz.231 and Sd.Kfz.232.

A rare bird - 1939

Panzerspähwagen is one of my favorite vehicles in the Wehrmacht. A Sd.Kfz.263 was pictured in Poland. 6.Panzer-Division cherished this kind until at least winter 1942, as shown in Scheibert's divisional photo history.

SS does not mean SS - 1940

A PKW from the 1.Kompanie of Panzer-Nachrichten-Abteilung 82 under 6.Panzer-Divison. The unit used an interesting parallel lightnings over horizontal bar as its insignia. Very much like the SS, but not exactly!

StuG.Abt.210 - 1941

Sturmgeschütz III Ausf.C/D from StuG.Abt.210.This unit was famous for its insignia Tigerkopf (Tiger's head). It was sometimes drawn on the center of glacis plate, sometimes on the fender as seen here.

1./s.Pz.Jg.Abt.8 - 1941

10 experimental self-propelled 8.8cm gun on the 12-ton halftrack (Sd.Kfz.8) was first put into service in 1939 in 1./s.Pz.Jg.Abt.8 (detached company formation. 6 assigned to 3 platoons in 1940). The unit also went to Russia under a Leutnant in 1941 under Panzergruppe 3 (Hoth) to show its awesome power against russian tanks while losing two. Here is a beautiful picture of this rarity.

Bakery companies - 1941

from 123.Infanterie-Division and from 93.Infanterie-Division. Another picture from 93rd. Note the distictive Taktische Zeichen of bakery company.