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German Tiger II Königstiger or King Tiger Tank with machine-gun mounted on the commanders cupola.

Both sides suffered horrendous losses in the savage fighting for Stalingrad. A price the Wehrmacht was not fully prepared to pay. Stalingrad, Soviet Union, 1942

German infantry, caught in the ruins of Stalingrad, fight an unwinnable battle. Note the platoon machine gunner with the - September 1942

Comrade of Benrdikt Huber, Mountain Division, attends to his grave. Killed on US Independence Day, 1944

A German mountain trooper at his comrade Benedikt Huber's grave (July pin by Paolo Marzioli

A heavily camouflaged Panzer IV from 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend, Normandy.

Heavily camouflaged Panzer IV from SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend, Normandy 1944

German soldier open the fire instantly with your MG 42, using the shoulder of his loader, against soviet infantry during the Battle of Kursk, July 1943.

Waffen-ss soldiers firing the ubiquitous battle of Kursk, July

Tiger II

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.

PzKpfw IV from Deutsches Afrikakorps (DAK)

PzKpfw IV from Deutsches Afrikakorps (DAK), pin by Paolo Marzioli

A King Tiger with a crew member that gives a good comparison detailing the size of this tank.

A look at the German heaviest tanks of World War II, the Tiger I, Tiger II King Tiger, and the Maus Panzer VIII.

Soldado alemán con un Flammenwerfer 35 o FmW 35, un lanzallamas.

german soldier with a flammenwerfer or fmw the standard issue flamethrower during the early phase of the had a capacity of 3 us gallons and could project its burning fuel out to 25 meters. a lighter version, began replacing the 35 in

12th SS Panthers in Normandy. Panther A used by Rudolf von Ribbentrop.

SS Panthers in Normandy. Panther A used by Rudolf von Ribbentrop.