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TANKS OF GERMANY. Panzerkampfwagen VI.

TANKS OF GERMANY. Panzerkampfwagen VI.

Tiger ‘231’ of Leutnant Zabel from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 was hit 252 times by fire from all calibres during combat near Ssemernikovo, on the outskirts of Rostov-on-Don on 11 February 1943. The tank was able to be driven a further 60km to the rear area and returned to the unit. Later, the tank was returned to Germany (note the transport tracks) but it is not known whether this tank was repaired.

Tiger ‘231’ of Leutnant Zabel from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 was hit 252 times by fire from all calibres during combat near Ssemernikovo, on the outskirts of Rostov-on-Don on 11 February 1943. The tank was able to be driven a further 60km to the rear area and returned to the unit. Later, the tank was returned to Germany (note the transport tracks) but it is not known whether this tank was repaired.

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German and US tank destroyer http://awartobewon.com

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

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

This tanks belong to the Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 101. The photo was taken in early June 1944 in France when the unit was making its way ...

This tanks belong to the Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 101. The photo was taken in early June 1944 in France when the unit was making its way ...

tanks-a-lot:  Tiger tank cross-section

Artwork of Armies — tanks-a-lot: Tiger tank cross-section

tanks-a-lot: Tiger tank cross-section

german tiger 1 1943

german tiger 1 1943

A Tiger of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 501 in North Africa during the spring of 1943. The fighting here showed the absolute superiority of the Tiger over any Allied tank. schwere Panzer-Abteilung 501 destroyed more than 150 Allied tanks in North Africa while losing only eleven Tigers (only three were destroyed by enemy fire) for a kill ratio of 13.6 enemy tanks destroyed for every Tiger lost.

A Tiger of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 501 in North Africa during the spring of 1943. The fighting here showed the absolute superiority of the Tiger over any Allied tank. schwere Panzer-Abteilung 501 destroyed more than 150 Allied tanks in North Africa while losing only eleven Tigers (only three were destroyed by enemy fire) for a kill ratio of 13.6 enemy tanks destroyed for every Tiger lost.

M4A4. The Egyptian Army employed a modified version of the Sherman, mounting the FL-10 turret of the French AMX 13.  Both this design and the Israeli upgraded "Super Shermans" were engaged during the Suez Crisis in 1956.   Although its gun was a match, the Egyptian version had far less success, largely due to poorer training and tactics compared to their Israeli counterparts.

M4A4. The Egyptian Army employed a modified version of the Sherman, mounting the FL-10 turret of the French AMX 13. Both this design and the Israeli upgraded "Super Shermans" were engaged during the Suez Crisis in 1956. Although its gun was a match, the Egyptian version had far less success, largely due to poorer training and tactics compared to their Israeli counterparts.

M3 Stuart tank

M3 Stuart tank

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