"Einer von Vielen" ("One of Many"), an example of anti-Communist propaganda artwork by Richard Schwarzkopf purporting to depict the struggle and sacrifice of the Nazi Sturmabteilung, the "SA" (the fifth of six panels,
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The 1943 edition of the German military magazine "Die Wehrmacht" which depicts German soldiers mingling with the local populace while stationed in North Africa. 1943 was the final year of the German expeditionary force known as 'Afrika Korps' and their operations against British and Commonwealth forces in the region. The resources and manpower of the North African campaign were reassigned to the mainland, particularly on the Eastern Front.
Though usually captioned "a Waffen-SS crew of the Großdeutschland Division" or the like, this is in fact a re-enactment photo, probably by Progetto 900 in Italy. The cartridge primers in the foreground are actually fired, indicating deactivation.