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German soldiers under cover of a Tiger tank from the 502th battalion of heavy tanks at Narva, Estonia. February 1944.

German soldiers under cover of a Tiger tank from the 502th battalion of heavy tanks at Narva, Estonia. February 1944.

German Tiger tank photographed in Italy. *Note on back of file print reads: `one of the Regiments first actions in Italy - 18 NZ Bn'.

German Tiger tank photographed in Italy. *Note on back of file print reads: `one of the Regiments first actions in Italy - 18 NZ Bn'.

tiger I

tiger I

The Bunse-Brücke in Narva, Estonia, 1944. Named after SS-Obersturmbannführer Fritz Bunse, commander of SS-Panzer-Pionier-Bataillon 11, 11. SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Division "Nordland".

The Bunse-Brücke in Narva, Estonia, 1944. Named after SS-Obersturmbannführer Fritz Bunse, commander of SS-Panzer-Pionier-Bataillon 11, 11. SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Division "Nordland".

This Panzerbefehlswagen (5 cm L/42) Ausf. J has only Schürzen on hull sides on no extra armour plates on front turret or superstructure.

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This Panzerbefehlswagen (5 cm L/42) Ausf. J has only Schürzen on hull sides on no extra armour plates on front turret or superstructure.

A captured Tiger 1 tank being inspected by British troops with a burned out Panther V in the background

A captured Tiger 1 tank being inspected by British troops with a burned out Panther V in the background

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Tiger N°111 in Africa. 501st Heavy Panzer Battalion. ——————————— Tigre N°111 en Afrique. 501ème bataillon de Panzer lourds. https://www.facebook.com/World-War-Colorisation-790508287736232/

Tiger N°111 in Africa. 501st Heavy Panzer Battalion. ——————————— Tigre N°111 en Afrique. 501ème bataillon de Panzer lourds. https://www.facebook.com/World-War-Colorisation-790508287736232/

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.

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.

M551 Sheridan. Great concept that should have been developed further.

M551 Sheridan. Great concept that should have been developed further.

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