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German paratroopers riding on the armor of the tank Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. B “Tiger II” (“king tiger”) during the offensive in the Ardennes. December 1944.

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German paratroopers riding on the armor of the tank Pz. B “Tiger II” (“king tiger”) during the offensive in the Ardennes.

Königstiger.

42 Top images of the Panzerkampfwagen V Tiger I and Tiger II "Königstiger" (Sd.

Jagdtiger, This Jagdtiger was captured by the British in 1945. After the war was over the British military filmed this vehicle in action to study both the strong and weak points of its design.  Jagdtiger (“Hunting Tiger”) is the common name of a German heavy tank destroyer of World War II. The official German designation was Panzerjäger Tiger Ausf. B as it was based on a lengthened Tiger II chassis.

Panzerjäger Tiger Ausf. B - Jagdtiger - In Action!

The Herman Jagtiger tank destroyer was the heaviest armored vehicle produced during World War II.

Tiger im Focus - Ergänzung zur Gallerie 503 Ungarn/Hungary

Tiger im Focus - Ergänzung zur Gallerie 503 Ungarn/Hungary

A German Tiger II side by side with a Sherman 75mm tank. The Tiger II was captured/abandoned during fighting during the German Ardennes offensive of December 1944 known to most Americans as "The Battle of the Bulge".

A German Tiger II side by side with a Sherman tank. The Tiger II was captured/abandoned during fighting during the German Ardennes offensive of December 1944 known to most Americans as "The Battle of the Bulge".

Elements of the Leibstandarte Division at the Kaiserbaracke Crossroads in the Ardennes traveling west toward Recht and north toward Ligneuville, 18 December 1944.

“ Elements of the Leibstandarte Division at the Kaiserbaracke Crossroads in the Ardennes traveling west toward Recht and north toward Ligneuville, 18 December ”

Tiger1 winter camo. Note the gapping hole in the turret where the smoke dischargers normally are mounted. Also scars on the turret, penetrations on the right hull, and damage and a missing fiefel air filter on the rear hull.

Note the gapping hole in the turret where the smoke dischargers normally are mounted. Also scars on the turret, penetrations on the right hull, and damage and a missing fiefel air filter on the rear hull.

Perhaps one of the most curious vehicles of the movie, the KettenKrad was a mixture of a motorcycle and a tank. This vehicle was very well s...

Perhaps one of the most curious vehicles of the movie, the KettenKrad was a mixture of a motorcycle and a tank. This vehicle was very well s.

Немецкий тяжелый танк T-VIB «Тигр-II» №502, захваченный во время боев на Сандомирском плацдарме [1]

The Massive Tiger 2

Italian General Mario Carloni and his Chief of Staff capitulating after Brazilian soldiers siege

Italian General Mario Carloni and his Chief of Staff capitulating after Brazilian soldiers siege

the tank is Tiger II "332" of Kampfgruppe Peiper, recovered by the US First Army’s 463rd Ordnance Evacuation Company on December 26, 1944 near La Gleize/Belgium. Today it can be seen at the Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor in Fort Knox/Kentucky.

the tank is Tiger II of Kampfgruppe Peiper, recovered by the US First Army’s Ordnance Evacuation Company on December 1944 near La Gleize/Belgium. Today it can be seen at the Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor in Fort Knox/Kentucky.

King Tiger ...

The King Tiger, or Tiger II, was a World War II German heavy tank. The German designation was Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf.

Battle of Berlin

Battle of Berlin

The German Monster - Tiger 2 'King Tiger' tank by ShitAllOverHumanity on deviantART

The Tiger 2 aka King Tiger tank was a heavy tank produced but the design was introduced in around 492 were built, the first use of this . The German Monster - Tiger 2 'King Tiger' tank

Heavy Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. B, Königstiger ("King Tiger") II.It had early reliability problems but ended up deadly: both remarkably agile and practically invincible. At the closing of the war for example, a handful of them wiped out an entire battalion of US Sherman tanks, all in one day. This would make no difference to the war of course. The Germans were simply too vastly outnumbered.

The most famous tank ever built. The Panzer VI Tiger I.

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