|Anti-Jewish and anti-Russian propaganda.|
The Luftwaffe reconnaissance unit Hähle was assigned to were equipped with the the Focke-Wulf Fw 189 "Uhu" (Eagle Owl). Three of the photographs depict a funeral for a member of the unit.
Many of the buildings that were damaged in the First Battle of Kharkov and Second Battle of Kharkov still bear evidence of the fierce fighting. Kharkov was to change hands many times between the initial invasion in October 1941 and August 1943, when the city was finally liberated.
|Hulls of Panzer III tanks that were damaged during the fighting. The machine in the foreground carries the insignia of the 3rd Panzer Division.|