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The schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 101 arrived in Normandy from Paris on 12 June 1944 after a road march conducted mostly during the night due to the Allied air threat. This is Tiger ‘222’ after arrival in its designated assembly area around Villers-Bocage.

The schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 101 arrived in Normandy from Paris on 12 June 1944 after a road march conducted mostly during the night due to the Allied air threat. This is Tiger after arrival in its designated assembly area around Villers-Bocage.

Tiger I Viller-Bocage. This shot was taken in a road near Villers-Bocage, June 1944, by Arthur Grimm, one of the most famous German photographers. Grimm is the author of a lot of known shots of the events in Villers-Bocage.

[Photo] German Tiger I heavy tank at Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944

US Pershing vs. German Tiger. The allied crew, all but 2, was very lucky.

US Pershing vs. German Tiger. The allied crew, all but 2, was very lucky.

Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausführung E "TIGER"

A decimated Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausführung E Tiger tank.

Great photo of a Russian tank KV-2 | Great photo of a Russia… | Flickr

Great photo of a Russian tank KV-2 | Great photo of a Russia… | Flickr

TIGER

German heavy tank PzKpfw VI Tiger Heavy Tank Battalion of the SS. Tank commander – Unterscharführer SS Kurt Kleber from the company of Michael Wittmann villers bocage.

“Tiger I” of the 101st Heavy Tank Battalion, the SS running along the road 316 to Morgny (Normandy, France), June 7, 1944 the commander of the tank closest to us is Unterscharführer SS Ewald Möli

German heavy tank “Tiger I” of the Heavy Tank Battalion, the SS running along the road 316 to Morgny (Normandy, France), June The commander of the tank closest to us – Unterscharführer SS Ewald Möli.

tanks-a-lot:  Tiger tank cross-section

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

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

Waffen SS Tiger I moving probably in Hungary near the Balaton.The german armors are destroyed the rest of the German forces are moving to Vi...

Waffen SS Tiger I moving probably in Hungary near the Balaton.The german armors are destroyed the rest of the German forces are moving to Vi.

German SS officers inspecting a Tiger I heavy tank, 1943 (Photographer	Wiesebach, German Federal Archive)  #tanks #worldwar2

[Photo] German SS officers inspecting a Tiger I heavy tank, 1943

German SS officers inspecting a Tiger I heavy tank, 1943 (Photographer Wiesebach, German Federal Archive)

Jagdtiger(Porsche) Pz.Jagd.Abt.653

A Jagdtiger (Porsche chassis) Pz. 653 on a loading dock awaiting it's turn to drive onto a heavy duty flat car to be transported by rail

A Tiger 1 with what appears to be large numbers of fuel cans strapped to the roof of the turret. The Tiger 1 tank needed 2.75 gallons of fuel  to travel just one mile.

A Tiger 1 with what appears to be large numbers of fuel cans strapped to the roof of the turret. The Tiger 1 tank needed gallons of fuel to to travel one mile.

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