Panzer IV

German tankers pose for the camera in the early days of Barbarossa. The early funny hat of the armored force in the shape of a flying saucer has been replaced by the standard forage cap. Note the heavy cross-country Mercedes staff car in the background.

Rudolf Völk -- 2.Kompanie/Panzer Regiment 35 / 4.Panzer Division (Pantherabteilung)

Rudolf Völk -- 2.Kompanie/Panzer Regiment 35 / 4.Panzer Division (Pantherabteilung)

Soldiers and tanks from the 101st s.SS-PzAbt (Tiger) and 1st SS-PzRgt "LSSAH" (Panther) have a rest after hard combats in Normandy, autumn 1944

Soldiers and tanks from the 101st s.SS-PzAbt (Tiger) and 1st SS-PzRgt "LSSAH" (Panther) have a rest after hard combats in Normandy, autumn 1944

Rußland-Mitte.- Division "Großdeutschland", Offiziere, rechts Major Walter Pössl (mit Ritterkreuz) in Gespräch mit einem General (Generalleutnant Hermann Balck) 1943

Waffen SS Div " Großdeutschland " , Offiziere - recht`s Major…

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German and Soviet soldiers meeting in occupied Poland, September

In the summer of 1944, the battalion was considerably over-strength. This resulted in high numbers, as seen here on Leutnant Ruppel’s Tiger ...

In the summer of the battalion was considerably over-strength. This resulted in high numbers, as seen here on Leutnant Ruppel’s Tiger 318 at Robinjati. These replacement Tigers also had Zimmerit.

Panther Ausf D tanks assembling prior to the Battle of Kursk

Large number of Panther Ausf D tanks at Kursk 1943

Adelbert Schulz, Oberstleutnant der Panzertruppen with a Panzeroffizier from the Panzer III behind them.

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