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Panzer VI Tiger 312 Fgst.Nr. 250235 from 3.s.Pz.Abt. 502 passes Tiger 32x from an unknown unit, after replenishing its ammunition south of Lake Ladoga during the Third battle of Ladoga August 1943

250235 from 502 passes Tiger from an unknown unit, after replenishing its ammunition south of Lake Ladoga during the Third battle of Ladoga August 1943

Tiger im Focus - Prototypen - Versuchsfahrzeuge - Tests

Tiger im Focus - Prototypen - Versuchsfahrzeuge - Tests

Panzer VI ‘Tiger’ 312 (Fgst.Nr. 250235) from 3./s.Pz.Abt. 502 passes 'Tiger’ 32x from an unknown unit, after replenishing its ammunition south of Lake Ladoga during the Third battle of Ladoga. August 1943. Third Battle of Ladoga July 22 - August 31...

250235 from 502 passes Tiger from an unknown unit, after replenishing its ammunition south of Lake Ladoga during the Third battle of Ladoga August 1943

Tiger

Men of the Durham Light Infantry, (West Riding) Division inspect a knocked-out German Tiger tank during Operation 'Epsom', 28 June

Tiger 214 KO by a Cromwell from the Polish A.D, The Cromwell´s shell penetrated the turret rear escape hatch.In the back ground is a Crusader AA tank

German tanks Pz. Kpfw. VI “Tiger” of the 508 battalion of heavy tanks (schwere Panzer-Abteilung 508) on the Brenner pass (Brenner) near the Austrian-Italian border during the transfer to Italy.

World War, german occupation of Italy (after the armistice between Italy and allied powers) - 'Fall Achse' heavy tanks Tiger I (pzkpfw VI) ready for entering into northern italy. about 1943

After battle | Panzertruppen | Flickr

After battle | Panzertruppen | Flickr

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Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 316

Tiger 1 up a trench, Eastern Front. | Panzertruppen | Flickr

Tiger 1 up a trench, Eastern Front. | Panzertruppen | Flickr

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