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Two German 12th SS-Hitlerjugend Division Panthers in Normandy, France.

...Germany 1943...Pzkpfw VI Tiger tanks at the factory...

An Allied tank crew stops to study a rare knocked out German Tiger tank....

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Two Panther Ausf. D (battle damaged?) loaded on train, Kirovograd (Kirovohrad) area, November 1943.

Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf. H1

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British soldiers inspect a abandoned German Panzerkampfwagen V Panther tank in Greece, 1944.

Charioteer tank. While the British Army was replacing its tank force with the impressive Centurion, it was recognised that the surplus tanks from WW2 used by the army reserves were no match for the new Soviet tanks. The decision was taken to upgrade some Cromwells with the 20 ponder gun.

Pioniers with a Minensuchgerät (mine detector) "Wien 41" climbing aboard a Pz.V Panther Ausf. G. (Colourised by Doug)

Volvo M/1942 Tank ( original caption). Stridsvagn m/42 (Strv m/42) was the first Swedish tank to have a 75 mm gun. It was known as Lago II-III-IV by AB Landsverk. It first entered service with the Swedish army in November 1941 and was designated the Stridsvagn m/42. It was a fully modern tank for its time. It was armed with a 75 mm L/34 gun and four m/39 8mm machine guns. It was also well protected and mobile.