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The formidable Tiger 1, perhaps the most famous tank of WW2, made its combat debut near Leningrad in late 1942, in time for the mud (as here), to which it was ill suited because of its weight.  Mounting the deadly 88mm gun and heavily armoured, it was a fearsome opponent to all allied armour for the rest of the war.

The formidable Tiger perhaps the most famous tank of made its combat debut near Leningrad in late in time for the mud

Tiger I 506th Tank Battalion Languid Spring of 1944 Western Ukraine.

Tiger I heavy tank battalion spring 1944 Western Ukraine

WW2 SGM Tiger I to the Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 101.  June 1944 in France.


This tanks belong to the Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung The photo was taken in early June 1944 in France when the unit was making its way .

Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger (8,8 cm L/56) Ausf. E (Sd.Kfz. 181) | Il s'agirait de Tiger de la schwere Panzer-Abteilung 501. Sowjetunion.- Soldaten in Winterkleidung auf Panzer VI "Tiger I" mit weißem Tarnanstrich auf verschneiter Straße; PK 697 Deutsches Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-277-0846-13

Tiger Is of the III Panzer Corps, February 1944 at the battle of the Korsun-Cherkassy Pocket

Great photo of a Russian tank KV-2

A Soviet Heavy Tank. Whilst thickly armoured and armed with a potent howitzer, these behemoths were unreliable, and could only operate on a level surface due to the weight and height of its turret.

Three Waffen-SS soldiers in a foxhole watch as a Tiger 1 operating with the 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich' passes by during 1943

The battle of of the Waffen-SS soldiers machine gun rests in the heavy tank Pz. Tank belonged to the Div. "Das Reich", was part of the 102 heavy tank battalion (s.

Scherman 1944 in Frankrijk bij caen

A British Sherman VC 'Firefly' (Medium Tank, of 'C' Squadron,The Staffordshire Yeomanry, Armoured Brigade in the vicinity of Lebisey Wood,.

Tiger 1 tanks being secured to heavy duty flat cars for transportation by ordinance train

VI Tiger I, of - Normandy 1944 --- Pz.VI Tiger I Ausf.E tanks being prepared to travel by rail. Note that these Tigers were fitted to travel still using the combat tracks.

Tiger1 just unloaded

501 sPzAbt, Fallingbostel - Germany railway station, It s PzKpfw VI Tiger 1 ausf. H initial and Fgst this tank is This abteilung was sent to Tunesia in

TANKS OF GERMANY. Tiger I Schwere Pz Abt 505, 21 March 1943

German PzKpfw VI Tiger I heavy tank in Russia, either in a defensive position or stuck in an anti-tank ditch, spring 1943 Photographer Johannes Bergmann Source German Federal Archive Identification Code Bild Added By C.

A German Tiger I & Panther tank, knocked out of action.

A damaged Tiger 1 sits abandoned near a Panther Asuf G that has also been out out of action

Ihr seid die Fackelträger der Nation! : Foto

Great rail transport photo with a Tiger 1 tank showing it's crew still in the vehicle while being transferred. Bad place to be should a derailment occur due to various reasons.

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historywars: “Tiger tanks of 503 Heavy Tank Battalion of the Army Kempf, advancing with infantry in a Soviet village during the early days of the Battle of Kursk.