Issue 135 (2/1994)
6.6.1944 to 6.6.1994: 50 years since the invasion.
Landing of the Allies in Normandy
With great victory and the commemorations of the Allies, these days and the great battles will be remembered. We as former participants are not even there; we were not invited. But we remember in silence and the high bloody sacrifice that the comrades of the 2nd Panzer Division have made.
Issue 136 (3/1994)
A bus ride into the past:
The Ardennes Offensive 1944
Picture at left: Remembrance monument at the Foy Notre Dame. At this location our armored forces passed on the 23rd of December, 1944.
Picture below: At the German cemetery in Recogne, Belgium on the 3rd of May, 1994.
Issue 134 (1/1994)
Our armored artillery regiment 74.
February 1942: General Fabiunke meets with Major Vogl (Commander 3rd Company, Armored Artillery Regiment 74) at the battalion headquarters in Arshaniki.
February 1942: leFlf 18 in a gun emplacement
Beginning of July 1943: sFlf 18 (Self-Propelled) south of Orel during operation "Citidel"
End of June 1943: General Fabiunke and Captain Bruckauf in the area north of Krjukove
Issue 137 (4/1994)
Memorial Day 1994
We remember our fallen and deceased comerads.
Photo: North cemetery Dresden (Article on page 5)