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Tiger I, missing a track and very bogged down. my guess would be on the Eastern Front.

Tiger1 railroad transport

A consist of Tiger I tanks all with their special narrow travel width tracks installed. Note the standard wide track set positioned at the bottom of the picture to be installed upon arrival at the next station platform.

TANKS OF GERMANY. The German technicians carry out regular maintenance tank Pz. Kpfw. VI Tiger 502 heavy tank battalion. The eastern front.

bmashina: “ German equipment carry out scheduled maintenance of a heavy tank Pz. VI “Tiger” 502 battalion of heavy…

A wounded Panzer Tiger. The track was completely blown off!!

A German Tiger tank being repaired in the field. Possibly a mine or anti-tank gun damaged this one?

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Note the gapping hole in the turret where the smoke dischargers normally are mounted. Also scars on the turret, penetrations on the right hull, and damage and a missing fiefel air filter on the rear hull.

Stuka : Foto

501 sPzAbt, Fallingbostel - Germany railway station, It s PzKpfw VI Tiger 1 ausf. H initial and Fgst this tank is This abteilung was sent to Tunesia in

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Tiger tank commander and before the battle of Kharkov, Russia, From left to right: Wenndorff, Schütz, Wittman.

Members of the Waffen SS war correspondents company are photographed by a fellow photojournalist during a break. The company carried some of the most advanced photographic/filming equipment of the day, mostly made by Leica.

Captured Tiger now the property of the U.S. army!

A abandoned Tiger 1 of SpzAbt 501 found by American soldiers during the advance into Germany

Interesting pattern of adding whitewash over the standard German grey paint on a Tiger 1 operating in winter conditions

Interesting pattern of adding whitewash over the standard German grey paint on a Tiger 1 operating in winter conditions

Famous German war photographer Horst Grund with Askania Z camera, Sevastopol, Russia, USSR, circa Jan 1942.

Famous German war photographer Horst Grund with Askania Z camera, Sevastopol, Russia, USSR, circa Jan [Source: Bundesarchiv / Bild N 1603

A Tiger 1 getting a engine compartment inspection

wehrmachtinternetmuseum: Tiger crew taking a look at their tanks engine. Notice the engine deck is open.

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