Supporting the German army's mechanized Blitzkrieg during the early stages of WWII was the 6X4 Krupp Protze light truck. Popularly known as the "boxer" due to its air-cooled flat-4 engine, this vehicle provided valuable support for the rapidly moving army by towing artillery pieces and carrying troops and supplies. It's unique sloped engine cover offered excellent forward visibility and the truck was well-liked for its reliability and ease of maintenance
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