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Tank of the Panzer-Abteilung 503 - Tiger 505 heavy tank battalion pictured in the battle of Kursk, summer

Panzerjager Marder #worldwar2 #tanks

AUG 9 1942 Germans reach the first of the Russian oilfields Russland-Süd, Panzerjäger Marder II German Marder III anti tank gun in the south of Russia, summer

M26 Pershing/M46 Patton - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

Patton - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

TANKS OF GERMANY - POWER AND STRENGTH.

Un Nashorn évolue dans la boue du front de l'Est, probablement au printemps

Ambush position.

gruene-teufel: “A German cm FlaK 36 on a cruciform mount guards a bridge and crossroads in France, The FlaK crew has set up a wall of sandbags for protection from small arms fire, and piles.

Posando para la foto sobre un par de Panzerjäger Hornisse - Nashorn, en algún lugar del frente del Este.

Two crews with their Nashorn anti tank guns rest in a rear area

Reparación de la cadena de un Tanque Sherman, Normandía, 1944.

Sherman getting field repair of a track replacement, Normandy 1944

Large numbers of Panther Ausf D tanks during the opening phase during the Battle of Kursk

Large numbers of Panther Ausf D tanks during the opening phase during the Battle of Kursk

«Hornisse» (Sd.Кlz.164); 8,8 см " Panzerjaeger-Abteilung 655. Frente del Este de 1943.

Nashorn (German “rhinoceros”), initially known as Hornisse (German “hornet”), was a German tank destroyer of World War II. It was developed as an interim solution in 1942 by equipping a light turretless chassis with the Pak 43 heavy anti-tank gun.

Nashorn early 44.

A German "Rhino" anti- tank gun crew sits with fellow infantrymen for a quick meal.

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