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Un M10 du 601st en Provence le 28 août 1944

American tank destroyer “Wolverine” GMC Wolverine) 601 th battaliontank destroyers of the U. army on the road to Le clavier, France.

Abandoned Jagdtiger of Schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 653 Date: Tuesday, 17 April 1945 Place: Morsbronn, Alsace, France Photographer: Unknown

American soldiers inspect a destroyed Jagdtiger of Schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung nr. 653 April 1945 near Morsbronn, Alsace, France. The tank was likely destroyed by it's crew after breaking down as not to fall into enemy hands intact.

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Michael Wittmann V. with his crew in January 1944 Loader Werner Irrgang, gunner Bobby (Balthasar) wool, Wittmann, Funker Sepp Rößner, driver Eugen Schmidt before the Tiger S 04 with 88 painted firing rings

American soldiers removing ammunition from a captured Jagdtiger

American soldiers removing ammunition from a captured Jagdtiger

Una colonna di blindati  Inglesi attraraversa il villaggio  di Caumont-l'Eventé. Bassa Normandia  #NORMANDIA1944

Una colonna di blindati Inglesi attraraversa il villaggio di Caumont-l'Eventé. Bassa Normandia #NORMANDIA1944

A Tiger tank from the SS-Division Das Reich wearing the distinctive camoflage pattern seen at Kursk during Operation Citadelle

Panzer VI Tiger II "Königstiger" in ambush camouflage pattern

King Tiger Tank, Tiger II is the common name of a German heavy tank of the Second World War. German designation was Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf.B, The ordnance inventory designation was Sd. It is also known under the informal name Königstiger.

"Mais, ça va marcher beaucoup moins bien..." PzKpfw IV Ausf. H ou J  Ardennes fin 1944 - début 1945

EA The Battle of the Bulge 16 December 1944 - 28 January A shattered German tank its turret torn off by anti-tank fire symbolising the ferocity of the American defence of their positions at Bastogne the key town in the Ardennes

La liberazione di Forlì: 9 Novembre 1944 "avanguardie del Quinto corpo dell’Ottava armata britannica“ Nei pressi di  Porta Schiavonia #NOVEMBRE1944 #FORLI

The Forlì Liberation: November 1944 "avant-garde of the Fifth Body of the Ottoman Armed Forces" Near the Schiavonia Gate, NOVEMBER and today

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