A German Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf. L (Sd. knocked out by an American antitank gun, Kasserine Pass, Tunisia. 25 February The turret has been dislocated from the turret ring, probably by an internal explosion. Pin by Paolo Marzioli
A British soldier stops to inspect the grave of a German tank crew, killed when their PzKpfw III tank, seen in the background, was knocked out in recent fighting in the Western Desert, 29 September 1942
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.