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Panther, Západní Německo 1945

Panther, Západní Německo 1945

Four Totenkopf Tigers on the rail transport fell into enemy hands on 26 March 1944, east of Balta.

Four Totenkopf Tiger 1 tanks on this rail transport fell into enemy hands on March 1944 just east of Balta.

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A German Panther that has been used for armor penetration tests by the Red Army. Notice the very large hole in the back portion of the turret; probably made by a Soviet 152mm cannon like the ones used on the ISU-152 Assault Guns.

Panther - that has been used for armor penetration test`s by the Red Army . Notice the very large hole in the back portion of the turret ; probably made by a Soviet cannon - like the one`s - used on the Assault Gun`s

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Artwork of Armies — tanks-a-lot: The Panther was a German medium...

The Soviets reported that Panthers were organized into separate battalions, as were Tiger tanks, rather than being integrated into the Panzer Regiments of the Panzer Divisions. This suggested to the US Army that it was not a mainstream design.

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Panther tank with it's crew keeping an eye on their surroundings.

A Panther Ausf D sitting idle with a crew member keeping an eye out for enemy fighter bomber threats

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