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Panzer V "Panther" Ausf. D?

I love the Panther tank , don't ask why , sometimes , I don't know .

PzKpfw V Panther "121"

A Panther Ausf D nr. 121 with it's commander searching the skies for any threats being his tank is out in open country

Behind this Borgward B IV, a column of Panthers including an Ausf. A (D2). Armour likely belongs to 1./Pzr.Rgt.4. Nettuno, Italy, February 1944.

Behind this Borgward B IV, a column of Panthers including an Ausf. A Armour likely belongs to Nettuno, Italy, February

A German King Tiger tank passes by a destroyed carriage & a wounded horse in the mud. Most likely on the Eastern front.

A battle tested Panther Ausf A operating during 1944

panzerbekampfer: “A PzKpfw V Panther Ausf A travels along a road in Normandy.

Panther V Ausf D-2 tanks arriving with their powerful 75mm guns.

Panther Ausf D's with zimmerit. of the Panzer Lehr Division.

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Panther ausf G

Belonging to the Armored Division tank Pz. V Ausf. G «Panther" on the…

Camouflaged Panther in Normandy

The camouflage was essential to avoid the insidious airstrikes on the Western Front. A Panther photographed in mid-July 1944 shows his careful camouflage.

A internal explosion has doomed this Panther V Ausf D-2 turret #322 while another sits abandoned on the battlefield in the distance.

A internal explosion has doomed this Panther Ausf. D turret while another sits abandoned on the battlefield in the distance. Early model tank with letterbox MG port and early commanders coupula.

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