The Sd.Kfz.2 (kleines Kettenkraftrad Sd.Kfz. 2) is a German light multipurpose vehicle from the Second World War. This vehicle was a kind of combination of a motorcycle and a tracked tractor. The prototype was built at the NSU-Werke plant in 1940. In June 1941, it was officially accepted into the Wehrmacht armament. In total, by 1945, more than 8,000 of these vehicles were built. Interestingly, the production continued after the war, for civilian needs. The basic tasks of Sd.Kfz.2 are, above all, transporting small loads, towing light guns and laying telephone cables. Sd.Kfz.2 served primarily in North Africa and on the Eastern Front, on a large scale from 1942. The vehicle had great off-road characteristics and a high top speed. The downside was the highly complex structure, especially the suspension. Technical data: length: 3m, width: 1m, height: 1.2m, engine power: 36KM, range (on the road): 250km, maximum speed (on the road): 70km / h, weapons (Sicherungsfahrzeuge version): 1 machine gun MG-34 cal.7.92mm.The Luftwaffe is a German air force that began to form in February 1935 under a special order of the Nazi dictator of Germany - Adolf Hitler. The commander of the Luftwaffe - from its very beginning, actually until the end of World War II - was Herman Göring. From 1935 to 1939, the amount of Luftwaffe equipment grew by leaps and bounds, and so did the number of ground personnel. This tendency continued until the end of World War II. It is assumed that in 1939-1945, a total of around 3.4 million people served in the German armed forces, the lion's share of which was ground personnel. At the start of the September campaign, the Luftwaffe had approximately 900,000. people, and in the summer of 1941 that number grew to 1.5 million people. However, at the beginning of 1944, the Luftwaffe already numbered about 3 million people, which was the maximum it achieved during World War II. This number (3 million people) included, inter alia, 600 thousand. people serving in anti-aircraft artillery and 530 thousand. people in auxiliary units. It is assumed that from the beginning of the war to January 1945, the losses of Luftwaffe personnel amounted to approx. 140,000. people killed and approx. 155 thousand. missing persons.