German soldiers and destroyed Polish armored train number 12

German soldiers, armored train

The invasion of Nazi Germany into Poland: The soldiers of the 14th Infantry Division of the Wehrmacht near the destroyed Polish armored train near the town of Blonie, Poland.

This is the armored train No. 12 (Poznańczyk), 56th Infantry Regiment of the 25th Infantry Division, guarding the approaches to the city of Krotoszyn.

September 9, 1939 after the Battle of Sochachov against the 24th Nazi Infantry Division, the armored train retreated to the city of Blonie, where it was blown up by its crew on the orders of the commander of the Mayevsky train.



Location: Poland
Photo date: September 1939

In : 1939

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