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Heavy equipment used to remove a Tiger 1 turret to allow repairs to be made

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Panther at Henschel factory, about to get traveling tracks...

Panther at Henschel factory, about to get traveling tracks.

Panzer factory continues producing tanks in 1944. Here, the turret is lowered on the chassis, with two mechanics, one of them in a fedora hat, fine tuning the installation apparently moving this super heavy slab of steel by hand. Despite massive damage because of Allied bombing, German heavy industry, under the prodding of Albert Speer, continued to produce heavy weapons until the very last days of the war.

[Photo] Tiger I heavy tanks being built in a factory in Germany, 1944, photo 01 of 16

Tiger I heavy tanks being built in a factory in Germany, 1944

Tiger ‘231’ of Leutnant Zabel from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 was hit 252 times by fire from all calibres during combat near Ssemernikovo, on the outskirts of Rostov-on-Don on 11 February 1943. The tank was able to be driven a further 60km to the rear area and returned to the unit. Later, the tank was returned to Germany (note the transport tracks) but it is not known whether this tank was repaired.

Tiger of Leutnant Zabel from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 was hit 252 times by fire from all calibres during combat near Ssemernikovo, on the outskirts of Rostov-on-Don on 11 February The tank was able to be driven a further to the.

The finished product - New PzKpfw VI Tigers I left the assembly line at the Henschel & Sohn factory in Kassel. The U.S. Third Army began the battle to capture Kassel on April 1, 1945 and, as they approached, the Henschel factory completed work on 13 Tiger II tanks which were handed directly over to two companies of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 510 and 511. Three days later at 12:00 hours on April 4, 1945 the city was surrendered and Henschel Tiger production was forever ended.

The finished product - New PzKpfw VI Tigers I left the assembly line at the Henschel & Sohn factory in Kassel. Third Army began the battle to capture Kassel on April 1945 and, as they.

The finished product - New PzKpfw VI Tigers I left the assembly line at the Henschel & Sohn factory in Kassel.

The finished product - New PzKpfw VI Tigers I left the assembly line at the Henschel & Sohn factory in Kassel. Third Army began the battle to capture Kassel on April 1945 and, as they.

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