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Soviet soldiers investigating destroyed Maus prototype at Kummersdorf proving grounds

This destroyed Maus example exists today in the Kubinka Tank Museum in Russia. It is the only serviving example of the monster machine in the world.

The Panzer VIII Maus was a super-heavy tank that remains the largest fully enclosed armored fighting vehicle ever built. Designed by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche, the Panzer VIII was 50 percent longer than the next largest German tank and was over three times as heavy.

The Germans had a fascination for building bigger and bigger tanks? this was the ridiculously heavy Panzer VIII Maus Tank.

The attempt to replace track at heavy German Maus tank. 1945.

The attempt to replace track at heavy German Maus tank.

sdkfz 81 - Buscar con Google

E series tanks were designed to share common parts.war ended before they could be realized, The number designation represented the was the lightest, the heaviest.

Ww2, Troops, German, Rats

FV4005 Stage 2 - British prototype of tank destroyer armed in 183 mm gun

Stage Two, a British TD based on the Centurion tank, using a monstrous 183 mm cannon to decimate with HESH. In fire range testing on a decommissioned Conqueror, a single HESH rounds cracked its mantlet! That's 254 mm of armour spalling capability!

Cromwell 1944 via Ronnie Bell. The British Cromwell VIII No. T187608 of the 7th British Armored Division, commanded by Sergeant Gerald Holloway, was knocked out in Villers-Bocage by a German Tiger tank commanded by the famous German tank commander SS Michael Wittmann .

Cromwell 1944 British Cromwell VIII No. of the British Armored Division commanded by Sergeant Gerald Holloway was knocked out in Villers-Bocage by a German Tiger tank commanded by the famous German tank commander SS Michael Wittmann.

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