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Tiger blasted away a Soviet tank ( German Waffen-SS Tiger I heavy tank in action near Kursk, Russia, Jun-Jul 1943)

Tiger blasted away a Soviet tank ( German Waffen-SS Tiger I heavy tank in action near Kursk, Russia, Jun-Jul 1943)

German Tiger Schw. Pz #502 Narwa front March 3, 1944.

German Tiger Schw. Pz #502 Narwa front March 3, 1944.

Photographs showing a Sd.Kfz. 251 carrying Waffen-SS troops to the front during the opening stages of the Kursk offensive, Operation Zitadelle in early July 1943.

Photographs showing a Sd.Kfz. 251 carrying Waffen-SS troops to the front during the opening stages of the Kursk offensive, Operation Zitadelle in early July 1943.

Das Ornament der „Schwarzen Sonne“  wurde in der Wewelsburg von der SS angebracht.

Das Ornament der „Schwarzen Sonne“ wurde in der Wewelsburg von der SS angebracht.

Battle of Kursk, July 1943

Battle of Kursk, July 1943

Crews loading a Tiger 1 with new 88mm ammunition supply

Crews loading a Tiger 1 with new 88mm ammunition supply

Two German Tiger I heavy tanks in a forest near Lake Ladoga northwestern Russia August 1943. Photo: Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-461-0212-12 Zwirner.

Two German Tiger I heavy tanks in a forest near Lake Ladoga northwestern Russia August 1943. Photo: Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-461-0212-12 Zwirner.

1944, ARDENNES King Tiger II

1944, ARDENNES King Tiger II

German 505. Schwere Panzer Abteilung. Panzer VI Tiger I Schwere Panzer und StuG (Sturm Geschutz) III Ausfürung G

German 505. Schwere Panzer Abteilung. Panzer VI Tiger I Schwere Panzer und StuG (Sturm Geschutz) III Ausfürung G

Weighing 56 tons of the best quality German rolled homogeneous nickel-steel plate armor, and carrying the dreaded 88 mm KwK 36L/56 high-velocity gun, theTiger I was designed to dominate the battlefield.    Above, a PzKpfw.VI Tiger I, of s-SSPzAbt.101 on maneuvers at Normandy, 1944. Photo: Bundesarchiv (Colorized).

Weighing 56 tons of the best quality German rolled homogeneous nickel-steel plate armor, and carrying the dreaded 88 mm KwK 36L/56 high-velocity gun, theTiger I was designed to dominate the battlefield. Above, a PzKpfw.VI Tiger I, of s-SSPzAbt.101 on maneuvers at Normandy, 1944. Photo: Bundesarchiv (Colorized).

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