World War 2 – Briefing on the use of the Faustpatrone Rocket Launcher

Faustpatrone


Photo of the Second World War – German sergeant-major conducts instruction on the use of Faustpatrone rocket launcher for Wehrmacht recruits.
Faustpatrone (German: Faustpatrone – Faust – “fist” and Patrone – “cartridge”) – the first anti-tank recoilless rocket launcher single shot action.
The picture was taken on the northern section of the Eastern Front (USSR).

 

Date of the photo: September 1943
Author: Muck Richard

In : 1943

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