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A very worn and in need of refurbishment, this Tiger 1 is loaded on a military train ready to be taken to a repair facility while the crew and others catch up with each other.

Marshal Georgy Zhukov inspecting a Tiger captured by the Red Army in 1943.  Tiger I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Marshal Georgi Zhukov, Colonel General Nikolay Voronov, and Marshal Kliment Voroshilov inspecting a captured German Tiger I heavy tank, 1943

.After the snow melt, the Russian soil would Change into swamp and heavy machinery would sometimes just sink in and disappear.

Destroyed German Tiger, it's turret blown clear off it's chassis. This shows how destructive the war was and how dangerous tank operation was.

Panzer VI Tiger (Nº.222) of 2./Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 on display in front of the Palais Rohan in Strasbourg, France. November 1944.  This was the only Tiger from 2./s.Pz.Abt. 503 that was able to cross the Seine River. It made the crossing at Elbeuf on 25 August 1944. It was later abandoned by its crew at Saussay-la-Champagne about 22 miles east of the crossing point.

Panzer VI Tiger of Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 on display in front of the Palais Rohan in Strasbourg, France.

Repairing a Tiger 1 tank.

Repairing a Tiger 1 tank.

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Tiger tank with crew resting on hull, sat in a town. A VW Type 166 "Schwimmwagen" at the front.

Német tank "Tiger" Panzerkampfwagen VI «Tiger I» Ausf E, VK4501

Német tank "Tiger" Panzerkampfwagen VI «Tiger I

The Henschel built turret being installed on this Tiger 1 chassis

Tiger 1 tank in tank factory

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