A Tiger 1 in full white camo paint pauses for a photo op while it heads a column of vehicles and giving a good number of soldiers a lift.

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Otto Carius an der Ostfront, Sommer 1944 Ritterkreuz am 4. Mai 1944 als Leutnant der Reserve und Zugführer in der 2. Kompanie/schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502/61.Infanterie-Division/XXXXIII. Armee-Korps/Armeegruppe Narwa/Heeresgruppe Nord

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Tiger N°213 of Otto Carius Zugführer in 2.Kompanie schwere Pz-Abt 502, Chernovo, Russia.

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Otto Carius, passed away after a short, but serious illness, aged 92 Otto Carius was a German Panzer ace of WW2, fighting on the Panzer 38(t), Tiger and finally the Jagdtiger.

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✠ Otto Carius (27 May 1922 – 24 January 2015) RK 04.05.1944 Leutnant d.R. Zugführer i. d. 2./s.Pz.Abt 502 + [535. EL] 27.07.1944 Leutnant d.R. Führer 2./s.Pz.Abt 502

Oberleutnant of the Reserves Otto CARIUS (27 May 1922 – 24 January 2015) panzer ace credited with destroying more than 150 enemy tanks. Knight's Cross on 4 May 1944 as Leutnant of the Reserves and Zugführer (platoon leader) in the 2./schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502; 535th Oak Leaves on 27 July 1944 as Leutnant of the Reserves and leader of the 2./schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502

DHM1778. Rearm and Resupply by David Pentland. <p> Albert Kerscher and Otto Carius. Kinderheim, Narva Bridgehead 17th March 1944, 2nd Kompany, 502 Heavy Tank Battalion. Tiger I tanks of Albert Kersher and Otto Carius, of 2nd Company. Heavy tank Battalion 502, pull back to their headquarters at The Kinderheim to reload ammunition and refuel for the next engagement. <b><p> Signed limited edition of 1150 prints. <p> Image size 17 inches x 12 inches (43cm x 31cm)

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