Romanian soldiers operating a MG-42 machinegun in Tatra Mountains (Czechoslovakia), March 1945.

Romanian soldiers operating a machinegun in Tatra Mountains (Czechoslovakia), March Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Romanian Brigadier General Edgar Rădulescu

WWII - Romanian Brigadier General Edgar Rădulescu - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Romanian troops fire mortar shells at Russians

romanian army soldiers firing mortar at the soviets in stalingrad

Romania Mountain Troops in Caucasus WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Romanian troops, eastern front WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Officers and soldiers of the Royal Romanian Army marching down Kiseleff Road in Bucharest at the first Romanian Liberation Day Parade of 23 August, 1945.

Officers and soldiers of the Royal Romanian Army marching down Kiseleff Road in Bucharest at the first Romanian Liberation Day Parade of 23 August,

Panzer 38(t) of the Romanian Army. #Panzer38(t) #EasternFront #WorldWar2

Romanian Mountain troops on a tank, WWII, location unknown, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Romanian paratroopers WWII pin by Paolo Marzioli

Romanian paratroopers at the 10 May parade, passing in front of King Mihai I

Romanian infantry in occupied Odessa, October 1941.

Axis Romanian troops march through the streets during the Siege of Odessa. The siege was part of the Eastern Front area of operations, beginning 8 August It was primarily conducted by Romanian.

1st Guard Artillery Regiment  returning to Odessa - 75 mm Skoda 1928, Romanian Army WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Guard Artillery Regiment returning to Odessa - 75 mm Skoda Romanian Army WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Romanian paratrooper.

Romanian soldiers wearing the paratrooper badge.

armata romana

Soldiers of the Honor Guard Regiment "Mihai Viteazul" during the 2007 Bastille Day Military Parade in Paris

World War 2. Romanian Gunners From 21St Infantry Division Taking Offensive On The Tisza River During Their Advance On Budapest. 1944. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

World War Romanian Gunners From Infantry Division Taking Offensive On The Tisza River During Their Advance On Budapest. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

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