A German Afrikakorps soldier moves positions with his Panzerbuechse anti-tank rifle.
Heer sniper with the famous Russian Mosin Nagant rifle. Some time in the Eastern Front. The using of captured enemy weapons and vehicles was a common practice done between both sides during the war. Some of the reasons were to make them as war trophy or because they were favored by soldiers for their combat performance, or simply because it was necessary to have them.
German personnel fitting the wings to a Fiesler Fi 103 flying bomb at a launching site.