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Here we have a real big car!

It´s number plate seems to be MK-XIV 88

That means MK = Militär-Kraftwagen (Military vehicle); XIV : XIV army corps.

Those MK plates were only used in Germany, not in the field. So we have a car from the staff

 of the XIV.army corps, probably from a POW camp in Baden.

Note the french pow´s including the "Chasseur Alpine"

Unforunately I can´t read the pennnat. Something with "5" and "Gruppe"

Kraftwagen Gefangene Franzosen.jpg

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