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Commander of Tiger IV tank 323 from 3rd company 503rd heavy tank battalion, unter-offizier Futermeister is showing the cavity left by a Soviet shell on the armour of his tank. Kursk salient, 1943.

Commander of Tiger IV tank 323 from company heavy tank battalion, unter-offizier Futermeister is showing the cavity left by a Soviet shell on the armour of his tank.

Old warriors at rest

Old warriors at rest

Old warriors at rest. This is incredible to me, the juxtapose is beautiful.

Attacks on shipping: The remains of the engine and propellor of the Japanese suicide aircraft which struck the deck of HMAS AUSTRALIA.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 534

A rare photo in high resolution, German assault gun crew inside. In the foreground fence of 75-mm cannon StuK-40 with a collector of shell casings. In the conning tower of the assault gun as there are drums with remote markers and the eyepiece of the periscope sight Sfl.ZF.1A. Commander leaned into a 10-fold range finder SF14ZH.

Photo of a Panzer crew inside a Wehrmacht Panzer

An abandoned PzKpfw VI Ausf. B 'Königstiger" of the 1st company 507th Heavy Tank Battalion -  known as the King Tiger by Allied soldiers, especially by American forces  This is possibly Raymond Hurley, 165th Signal Photo Company (probably assigned to the 1st Infantry Division).  showing the hole made in the turret by a Bazooka.   Osterode, Germany. 12 of April, 1945.  Colour By Richard James Molloy

An abandoned PzKpfw VI Ausf. B ‘Königstiger" of the company Heavy Tank Battalion - known as the King Tiger by Allied soldiers, especially by American forces This is possibly Raymond Hurley,.

Even a King Tiger can die. This PV VI B belonging to 509.Heavy Tank Battalion was knocked out by Soviet artillery during the battle at Lake Balaton Hungary March 1945.

Even a King Tiger can die. This PV VI B belonging to Tank Battalion was knocked out by Soviet artillery during the battle at Lake Balaton Hungary March

Back from an engagement, this Tiger of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 has received a direct hit from a Soviet 7.62cm tank gun on Leningrad Front in 1943. The round bounced-off leaving only a small indentation without harming the tank crew. | by WW2 Panzer

Back from an engagement, this Tiger of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 has received a direct hit from a Soviet cm tank gun on Leningrad Front in The round bounced-ofd leaving only a small indentation without harming the tank crew.

Tiger II showing eleven hits on frontal armor, none of which appear to have penetrated.

Tiger 2 defending Eastern Europe

German soldier resting on the barrel of a Tiger II tank in Budapest, 1944 [[MORE]] videki_man: I found the place a few years ago and I took a photo with my old Nokia.

The crew of a Tiger 1 tank from the Heavy Tank Battalion stops to speak with ground troops.

Original WW2 Footage – Massive 72 Ton Jagdtiger Tanks Surrender In Germany, 1945 (Watch)

Original WW2 Footage - Massive 72 Ton Jagdtiger Tanks Surrender In Germany, 1945 (Watch)

Original Footage - Massive 72 Ton Jagdtiger Tanks Surrender In Germany, 1945 (Watch)

A Tiger 1 turret that survived quite a pounding by enemy tank fire

"Tiger" hit by anti-tank rounds with only what appears to be surface damage…

Партизаны с трофейным немецким пулеметом MG-34

Soviet partisans with trophy german machinegun on DIY mount

Two Tigers from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 505 showing the numerous hits it had received from both anti-tank rifles and anti-tank guns during the fighting at Kursk and after.

Two Tiger`s ( - from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 505 ) showing the numerous hit`s , it had received from both anti-tank rifle`s and anti-tank gun`s - during the fighting at Kursk and after

15 cm Stu.H. 43/1 L/12 Sturmpanzer IV (Sd.Kfz. 166) Ausf. I „Stupa“

15 cm Stu.H. 43/1 L/12 Sturmpanzer IV (Sd.Kfz. 166) Ausf. I „Stupa“

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