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The driver of a newly issued Marder III Ausf.M tank destroyer of 1./Kompanie, Panzerjäger Abteilung 19 (L) of Luftwaffen Feld-Division 19. In the Belgian town of Eeklo, February 1944 ——————————- Le...

One of the heaviest WW2 tanks ever created, the Tiger II. It weighed ~68.5 tones and had 100-180mm armour on the front. Budapest, Hungary, 1944.

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Sd.Kfz. 124 Wespe German tank. The Wespe self-propelled artillery was a German Panzer II tank with the turret removed and a 105 mm artillery piece installed. it was in service on all major fronts during WW II. 676 were built.

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The Panzer IV was the most common German tank of World War II, and its chassis was used as the basis for other combat vehicles such as tank destroyers, self-propelled artillery and antiaircraft artillery self-propelled. #worldwar2 #tanks

Soviet WW2 Tank With German Markings Pulled From A Lake in Estonia.

Soviet WW2 Tank With German Markings Pulled From A Lake in Estonia.

found sunk in mud for over 60 years. Has German "decoy" markings on it shows how the Russians liked to sneak in tank companies around German positions before sending in the hoard.

The T-34 was a Soviet medium tank produced from 1940 to 1958. Although its armour and armament were surpassed by later tanks of the era, it has been often credited as the most effective, efficient and influential design of World War II. 70 years have gone since WWII was over. But Soviet tanks are still respected and still serve in other 26 countries!

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Prague rebels on the tank AMR 35ZT French production. German designation of the captured tank - PrSpWg.VM 701 (f).

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