Command post of the Wehrmacht during Operation Typhoon in early October 1941. The goal of this operation was the conquest of Moscow. The picture shows radio wires connecting the general staff to the front. Left in the picture two officers. Photo: war reporter Sepp Jaeger.

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Command post of the Wehrmacht during Operation Typhoon in early October 1941. The goal of this operation was the conquest of Moscow. The picture shows radio wires connecting the general staff to the front. Left in the picture two officers. Photo: war reporter Sepp Jaeger.
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Signal detachment of the Wehrmacht on the Eastern Front, 1941. Command post of the Wehrmacht during Operation Typhoon in early October 1941. The goal of this operation was the conquest of Moscow. The picture shows radio wires connecting the general staff to the front. Left in the picture two officers. Photo: war reporter Sepp Jaeger. Date created: 01/10/1941-31/10/1941
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