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Another StuG III Ausf.G in Russia

Another StuG III Ausf.G in Russia

Kfz. 70 Horch 108 with 20mm Flak 30 of the Africa Korps

Kfz. 70 Horch 108 with 20mm Flak 30 of the Africa Korps

Puma

Puma

Panzer II F in North Africa 1941

Panzer II F in North Africa 1941

German Assault Tank: StuG III/B

German Assault Tank: StuG III/B

Nashorn (German "rhinoceros"), initially known as Hornisse (German "hornet"), was a German tank destroyer of World War II. It was developed as an interim solution in 1942 by equipping a light turretless chassis with the Pak 43 heavy anti-tank gun. Though only lightly armoured and displaying a high profile, it could frontally penetrate any Allied tank at long range, and its relatively low cost and superior mobility to heavier vehicles ensured it remained in production until the war's end.

Nashorn (German "rhinoceros"), initially known as Hornisse (German "hornet"), was a German tank destroyer of World War II. It was developed as an interim solution in 1942 by equipping a light turretless chassis with the Pak 43 heavy anti-tank gun. Though only lightly armoured and displaying a high profile, it could frontally penetrate any Allied tank at long range, and its relatively low cost and superior mobility to heavier vehicles ensured it remained in production until the war's end.

Schwerer Panzerspahwagen (heavy armoured reconnaissance car) 8 x 8 (Sd.Kfz.234 series)

Schwerer Panzerspahwagen (heavy armoured reconnaissance car) 8 x 8 (Sd.Kfz.234 series)

StuG

StuG

Screen-saver from CG "Theater of War , Africa,1943" Picture  (2d, tank)

Screen-saver from CG "Theater of War , Africa,1943" Picture (2d, tank)

Panzerkampfwagen Tiger II mit aufgesessener Infanterie während der Ardennenoffensive im Dezember 1944. Der Tiger II war als Durchbruchspanzer konzepiert, benötigte aber in den Wäldern der Ardennen infanteristischen Begleitschutz gegen feindliche Panzervernichtungstrupps.

Panzerkampfwagen Tiger II mit aufgesessener Infanterie während der Ardennenoffensive im Dezember 1944. Der Tiger II war als Durchbruchspanzer konzepiert, benötigte aber in den Wäldern der Ardennen infanteristischen Begleitschutz gegen feindliche Panzervernichtungstrupps.

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