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American soldiers of the 82nd Airborne Division inspect a disabled German Tiger II tank and admire two passing girls near the village of Corenne, Belgium (February 1945). The soldier at the top right is stringing wire for field phones.

Two American soldiers inspect a destroyed German King Tiger tank, Belgium, Also they’re all admiring the three passing girls. Photo taken near the village of Corenne, Belgium,

BATTLE OF THE KURSK SALIENT 1943 - //feb16

SS soldier watching as a Soviet prisoner helps his wounded comrade.

28 December 1944: The aftermath of war in Christmas card country

Events from 1942 on

EA The Battle of the Bulge 16 December 1944 - 28 January A shattered German tank its turret torn off by anti-tank fire symbolising the ferocity of the American defence of their positions at Bastogne the key town in the Ardennes

SS capture GI's during the Bulge

DEC 20 1944 US POWs on a boxcar through Germany American soldiers of the Battalion of U. Infantry are taken prisoner by members of Kampfgruppe Peiper in Stoumont, Belgium on 19 December 1944

Twin 128mm FlaK 40 anti-aircraft guns defending Berlin. (Anti-aircraft Zoo Tower)

WWII on

One of four 128 mm 'Flak 40 Zwilling' anti-aircraft twin guns on the Berlin-Humboldshain "flaktower".

Ferdinand Elefant tank destroyer worldwartwo.filminspector.com

This unique photo captures one of the 39 Ferdinand lost by the Germans at Kursk…

A color photo of a knocked out King Tiger

Great color photo of a abandoned King Tiger showing accurate color palate

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.

A US GI examines the hulk of an abandoned German Panther tank (PzKpfw V Ausf G) in the Ardennes sector in Belgium after the failed German "Hail Mary" offensive of December 1945. This operation was the last large-scale offensive effort of the Third Reich, which resulted in the sacrifice of the last remaining reserves of front-line combat units.

An American soldier examines a captured Panther tank. Note that the engine access hatch is open and the Bilstein jack is off the rear. I wonder if this was having engine trouble or ran out of fuel before it fell into U.

Sdkfz10/5-Flak20mm

A German SdKfz. 10 halftrack vehicle mounting a anti-aircraft gun driving down a hill with its crew aboard, date unknown

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