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Panzer VI 'Tiger I' (231) of 2./s.Pz. Abt. 503 during 'Operation Zitadelle' in the Belgorod area of Russia. Early August 1943.  The 503rd (attached to XI. Armeekorps), took part in Operation Zitadelle, an offensive operation meant to destroy the Kursk salient. Four days before the start of "Zitadelle," the abteilung reported that 42 of their 45 Tiger tanks were operational.

VI "Tiger" with the tactical number from the Tank Battalion, in the Belgorod area (Soviet Union). - The German offensive operation "Citadel".

German panzergrenadier Battlegroup at Kursk with Sdkfz half tracks and supporting Stu III assault guns.

Battle of Kursk - About 600 tanks on each side, 3 days. World War

Same place, different time. This is amazing. Hauntingly beautiful.

Never Forget Ghost's And Tyrants Of History Past, Same place, different time. will history repeat?

Um M-10 Tank Destroyer do 636º Batalhão de Tank Destroyer, apoiando o 143º Regimento de Infantaria, 36ª Divisão, em Rohrwiller, 4 de fevereiro de 1945. O extenso dano à igreja da cidade foi provavelmente feito por explosões.

An American Tank Destroyer from the Tank Destroyer Battalion supporting the Infantry Regiment, US Division, moves through the rubble-strewn streets of Rohrwiller in Alsace on February 1945

Note the gapping hole in the turret where the smoke dischargers normally are mounted. Also scars on the turret, penetrations on the right hull, and damage and a missing fiefel air filter on the rear hull.


A column of Tiger 1 Ausf E tanks giving a welcome rode to weary soldiers in winter conditions


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