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Three Panzer IV make a river crossing on an improvised bridge, August-September 1943.

SEP 15 1943 Wehrmacht “scorched earth” retreat in Russia Three Panzer IV make a river crossing on an improvised bridge, August-September

A SdKfz 253 light halftrack operating during the invasion of Poland in 1939

A SdKfz 253 light halftrack operating during the invasion of Poland in 1939

A reconasince team with their light SdKfz 250 halftrack.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 11

The SdKfz 253 halftrack was a designed forward artillery observation vehicle with fully enclosed crew compartment that had a large oval hatch on the roof

The SdKfz 253 halftrack was a designed forward artillery observation vehicle with fully enclosed crew compartment that had a large oval hatch on the roof

Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-140-1210-26A, Russland-Mitte, Schützenpanzer im Schlamm - Operation Barbarossa

Operators check the road wheels on their SdKfz 253 forward artillery observation halftrack

USSR-South - preparing to attack Stalingrad, soldier paints camouflage on a light armored vehicle (Sd.Kfz 253rd) during a break in the advance. The pattern is of individual decision.

USSR-South - preparing to attack Stalingrad, soldier paints camouflage on a light armored vehicle (Sd.Kfz during a break in the advance. The pattern is of individual decision.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 316

King Tiger Tank, Tiger II is the common name of a German heavy tank of the Second World War. German designation was Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf.

No Sherman could take this on head up - It's was actually a much more powerful, longer range version than that of the King Tiger. One reason Patton was so sold on the Sherman is that he didn't have to fight in one!

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