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

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

" Killed " Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger . Note the hole . The granate penetration shows the thickness of the side panzer ...

A GI looks at the penetration spot that took out the engine on a German Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf. E (Sd.

A knocked out Sherman tank. Look at the massive penetration hole on the lower front armor plate!!!

A totally destroyed Sherman tank. the enemy shell went completely through front armor and existed out the back!

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An M4 sherman early version with multiple penetrations in the front shield.

The American Sherman Tank with six penetration holes in the frontal armor. Three rounds punching into the drivers seat, and three into the machine gunners area. This shows the frontal armor could be defeated by stronger enemy guns.

An American photographer on a captured King Tiger points to the spot that knocked it out of action

An American photographer on a captured King Tiger points to the spot that knocked it out of action

the tank is Tiger II "332" of Kampfgruppe Peiper, recovered by the US First Army’s 463rd Ordnance Evacuation Company on December 26, 1944 near La Gleize/Belgium. Today it can be seen at the Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor in Fort Knox/Kentucky.

Tiger II of Kampfgruppe Peiper, recovered by the US First Army’s Ordnance Evacuation Company on December 1944 near La Gleize/Belgium. Today it can be seen at the Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor in Fort Knox/Kentucky.

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