The vehicles have been identified as accurately as possible, by comparing visible features with drawings, photographs and lists of modifications. Whenever possible, original German vehicle names are used. In order to keep names consistent, however, some liberties have been taken.
As an example, early in the war, the Sturmgeschütz III was officially called Sturmgeschütz 40. Rather than using two different names for what is, essentially, the same vehicle, Sturmgeschütz III is used throughout.
Detailed information about locations, dates and units comes from several sources. Sometimes, information is written on the back of the photographs. This is especially true for photographs taken by war photographers.
Some information can be deduced from information on the photograph. For example, a knocked-out tank with solid-white Balkenkreuze would be from the German invasion of Poland.
Additional information has been gathered from many different books, too many to list. Internet sources, especially the Axis History Forum and Missing-lynx Axis WWII forum, have also been very helpful.
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