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Knocked out Panther of Kampfgruppe Bayer, 116. Panzer Division

Another dead PZKPFW V; my favourite kind of Nazi tank, destroyed.

May 8, 1943: the 90th and last Ferdinand assembled at Nibelungenwerk decorated by the workers.

stukablr: “ May the and last Ferdinand assembled at Nibelungenwerk decorated by the workers.

destyroyed Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf. A/B mittlerer Schützenpanzerwagen

A destroyed German Sd. A/B mittlerer Schützenpanzerwagen. *note the German troops are trying to salvage whatever they can.

Tiger I No. 007 of Micheal Wittmann Command destroyed- frontal view.

What looks to be a Ferdinand heavy tank destroyer. The damage is extreme, suggesting a magazine explosion. location unknown, date unknown.

Knocked out Panther Ausführung G of Das Reich

An American soldier examines an abandoned PzKpfw V Panther tank near the village of Manhay December 28 1944

Panther

Panther with spaced armor plate on the turret. A unique feature seldom photographed.

Thia Panzer 4 has suffered catastrophic hull damage from a direct hit from a large caliber enemy tank round

The effect of large caliber artillery projectiles could be very dramatic as seen on this Panzer 4 with its lower bow blasted open!

American soldiers inspecting a Panther Ausf G from the 9th Panzer Division

Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Ausführung G of Panzer Division

Large numbers of Panther Ausf D tanks during the opening phase during the Battle of Kursk

Large numbers of Panther Ausf D tanks during the opening phase during the Battle of Kursk

A knocked-out Panzerkampfwagen IV, August 1944. German panzer divisions had one battalion equipped with the Pzkpfw IV and another with Panthers, with a total of 160 tanks at full strength. Actual numbers varied widely though, and the Germans were unable to replace their losses. B 8523A.

A knocked-out Panzerkampfwagen IV, August German panzer divisions had one battalion equipped with the Pzkpfw IV

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