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Destroyed German tanks Pz.Kpfw.  V «Panther" 11th Panzer division

WWII, 1944 - Four destroyed German Panther tanks knocked out by soldiers of the US Infantry Division in battle near Gueberling, France. Also in the photograph are two Shermans.

A damaged PzKpfw V Ausf. D Panther" medium tank (tactical number 713 ") of the IInd Battalion, 5th SS-Panzer Regiment, 5th SS-Panzer Division Wiking" rests by a dirt-track.

A damaged PzKpfw V Ausf. D Panther" medium tank (tactical number 713 ") of the IInd Battalion, SS-Panzer Regiment, SS-Panzer Division Wiking" rests by a dirt-track.

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Wrecked German armour concentrated in Berlin after the surrender, May

British tankers on the armor downed French German tank 'Panther '(Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Ausf.D, Sd.Kfz. 171).

British tankers on the armor downed French German tank 'Panther '(Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Ausf.D, Sd.

An early example of a Tiger Tank (note : pistol port on Turret )Defeated on the way to the Battle of Cisterna (a German victory) ---- Anzio Beach head ,Italy. 01.20 .1944-02.02.1944

An early example of a Tiger Tank (note : pistol port on Turret )Defeated on the way to the Battle of Cisterna (a German victory) ---- Anzio Beach head ,Italy.

823-TDB (ST), Mortain, France, 1944 European Center of Military History

(ST), Mortain, France, 1944 European Center of Military History

American soldiers inspecting a Panther Ausf G that has several penetrations through the front hull glacius plate

Shot-up German Panzer V, Panther G, tank showing effects of shell tests by the TD Bn, Armd Div. Two hits in front armor, two in turret.

American light tank M5 'Stuart' (Stuart) 2nd Armored Division

American light tank 'Stuart' (Stuart) Armored Division on marshe

A Panther of Panzer Lehr Division, one of five knocked out in the village of Lingèvres by a single Sherman Firefly of 4th/7th Dragoon Guards on 14 June 1944.

A Panther of Panzer Lehr Division, one of five knocked out in the village of Lingèvres by a single Sherman Firefly of Dragoon Guards on 14 June

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