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Photo: Germany begins production of a new tank called the Panzer IV

A Panzer IV Ausf G. in desert colors, bearing the palm tree insignia of the Panzer Division of the Afrika Korps

This German Panzerkampfwagen IV tank Ausführung G can be found at the Deutsches Panzermuseum in the small military town of Munster, Germany.

The Panzer IV was the only German tank that was produced throughout This German Panzerkampfwagen IV tank Ausf. G can be found at the Deutsches Panzermuseum in the small military town of Munster, Germany.

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.

Hummels in position. Hummel (German: "bumble bee") was a self-propelled artillery gun based on the Geschützwagen III/IV chassis, armed with a 15 cm howitzer. It was used by the German Wehrmacht during the Second World War from early 1943 until the end of the war.

Hummels in position. Hummel was a self-propelled artillery gun based on the panzer IV chassis, armed with a 15 cm howitzer. It was used by the German Wehrmacht during the Second World War from early 1943 until the end of the war.

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Photo 03 Frankreich Panzer VI Tiger I in Ortschaft. SS s.Pz-Abt 101 Tiger commanded by Walter Hahn, moves through a villiage in Normandy, France, 03 SS s.

Jagdpanther tank destroyer from Panzergruppe Hudel was one of three knocked out by a U.S. M36 tank destroyer on March 13, 1945 near Kaimeg-Ginsterhain, Germany.

Jagdpanther tank destroyer from Panzergruppe Hudel was one of three knocked out by a U. tank destroyer on March 1945 near Kaimeg-Ginsterhain, Germany. Dont forget to tell what you think.

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