The Nazi Propaganda! on the back of the image reads: "New types of tractors for the Eastern Front. The industry at home has adapted its production to the conditions on the Soviet streets based on experiences made so far. These newly costumized "East tractors", as our soldiers call them, has a large ground clearance. Mud and mire cannot stop it." Image from the Eastern Front, 15 June 1943. The attack on Russia by the German Reich was agreed on in July 1940 and prepared as the "Operation Barbarossa" since December 1940. On 22 June 1941, the invasion by the German Wehrmacht began. Photo: Berliner

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The Nazi Propaganda! on the back of the image reads: "New types of tractors for the Eastern Front. The industry at home has adapted its production to the conditions on the Soviet streets based on experiences made so far. These newly costumized "East tractors", as our soldiers call them, has a large ground clearance. Mud and mire cannot stop it." Image from the Eastern Front, 15 June 1943. The attack on Russia by the German Reich was agreed on in July 1940 and prepared as the "Operation Barbarossa" since December 1940. On 22 June 1941, the invasion by the German Wehrmacht began. Photo: Berliner
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Image ID: DD1Y2F
The Nazi Propaganda! on the back of the image reads: "New types of tractors for the Eastern Front. The industry at home has adapted its production to the conditions on the Soviet streets based on experiences made so far. These newly costumized "East tractors", as our soldiers call them, has a large ground clearance. Mud and mire cannot stop it." Image from the Eastern Front, 15 June 1943. The attack on Russia by the German Reich was agreed on in July 1940 and prepared as the "Operation Barbarossa" since December 1940. On 22 June 1941, the invasion by the German Wehrmacht began. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

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