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Knocked out Tiger of sPzAbt 502

Crew members consider the trace of the shell at the turret of their tank Pz.Kpfw VI “Tiger” of the 502 th heavy tank battalion (Schwere Panzer-Abteilung # 302 denotes belonging to a third company.

SPzAbt 505 Tiger 312                                                                                                                                                                                 Mehr

stukablr: “Tiger in service, change the …Treibrad ( I don’t know the words in english ) ”

Panzerjäger Tiger(P) „Elefant“ früher „Ferdinand“ mit 8,8 cm Pa.K. 43/2 (Sd.Kfz. 184)

Panzerjäger Tiger(P) „Elefant“ früher „Ferdinand“ mit cm Pa.

German Tank development from the Panzer I to the proposed Panzer VIII, inter-war years until the end of WW2.

German Tank development from the Panzer I to the proposed Panzer VIII, inter-war years until the end of

A Panzer IV of the 3rd Panzer Division, nicknamed “Grizzly Bear”, and its crew take a break on an unpaved road in Russia, August 1943.

Post with 20684 views. Panzer IV, note the mobile fresh egg supply, Soviet Union August - September

Tiger of the schwere Panzer Abteilung 503, pulled From The… | Flickr

A Tiger 1 of the schwere Panzer Abteilung pulled the deep mud of swampy Russian terrain.

Ww2 Tanks, Armour, Panthers, Recovery, German, Miniature, Deutsch, Body Armor, Panther

German Tiger I heavy tank.

One of eight Tiger issued to schwere Panzer-Kompanie Meyer in July 1943 it carries the name Strolch

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