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Famous photograph, German tanks PzKpfw V D “Panther” in Orel. The Battle of the Kursk Bulge.

PzKpfw VI Tiger II Königstiger

PzKpfw VI Tiger II Königstiger

Tiger Ii, Ww2 Tanks, Wwii, Armored Vehicles, Armies, Military Vehicles, Warfare, Germany, War

This German Panzer IV Ausf H tank panzerkampfwagen 4 Sd.Kfz.161/2 can be found at the French Tank Museum in Saumur in the Loire Valley.

This German Panzer IV Ausf H tank panzerkampfwagen 4 can be found at the French Tank Museum in Saumur in the Loire Valley.

Tiger II, s.PzAbt. 507, abandoned - March 1945.  Note the massive, 150 mm inclined at 50° glacis plate.Like all German tanks, it had a gasoline engine; in this case the same 700 PS (690 hp, 515 kW) V-12 Maybach HL 230 P30 which powered the much lighter Panther and Tiger I tanks. The Tiger II was under-powered, like many other heavy tanks of World War II, and consumed a lot of fuel, which was in short supply for the Germans.

Tiger II, s. abandoned - March Note the massive, 150 mm inclined at glacis plate.

Marder III, Sd Kfz 139. This SP AT gun was the result of mounting a captured Soviet 76.2mm field gun onto a Pz 38(t). It was thinly armoured, on front & sides only. 334 were built, during 1942

The Marder III is the name for a series of World War II German tank destroyers built on the chassis of the Panzer

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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".

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