Bolovan Marius Cornel

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KV-1 destroyed.

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Un photographe militaire américain observe le trou d'entrée provoqué par un projectile de Bazooka qui a pénétré du côté droit de la tourelle (armure de 80 mm d'épaisseur) de ce Tiger II.

Un photographe militaire américain observe le trou d'entrée provoqué par un projectile de Bazooka qui a pénétré du côté droit de la tourelle (armure de 80 mm d'épaisseur) de ce Tiger II.

Crew members consider the trace of the shell at the turret of their tank Pz.Kpfw VI “Tiger” of the 502 th heavy tank battalion (Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502). # 302 denotes belonging to a third company.

Crew members consider the trace of the shell at the turret of their tank Pz.Kpfw VI “Tiger” of the 502 th heavy tank battalion (Schwere Panzer-Abteilung # 302 denotes belonging to a third company.

A Tiger 1 crew member shows the minor damage on his tank after surviving a contact with Russian forces.

A Panzergrenadier of the Waffen-SS Division "Totenkopf" points to non-penetrating damage on a PzKpfw VI tank.

A Tiger 1 has the battle scars from heavy fighting that shows the value of heavy armor protection built into the tank design

The crew points to areas scarred by numerous hits from enemy anti tank guns on this Tiger 1 tank during it's latest scirmish.

Whenever the Germans lost a position, they were quick to mount counterattacks with their tactical reserves. Here, a soldier hurls a stick grenade at the enemy. The Germans proved masterful at scraping...

Whenever the Germans lost a position, they were quick to mount counterattacks with their tactical reserves. Here, a soldier hurls a stick grenade at the enemy. The Germans proved masterful at scraping...

German “Flakpanzer Coelian”  German “Flakpanzer Coelian” Anti- Aircraft Tank based on the PzKpfw V “Panther” chassis

The Flakpanzer "Coelian" anti aircraft tank variant was based on the Panther chassis. This may be the only prototype built in Feb 1944 based on a Panther D chassis with a wooden prototype turret housing twin Flak 43 guns