A column of Panzer IV tanks in January 1944,
A column of Panzer IV tanks in January 1944,

A column of Panzer IV tanks in January 1944

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A column of Panzer IV tanks in January 1944,
A column of Panzer IV tanks in January 1944,
🇷🇺 A column of Panzer IV tanks in January 1944, on the move, used for transportation by soldiers. Notice the barrel caps on the tanks, indicating they are not marching for an attack.
The Panzer IV, produced in significant numbers, was a versatile workhorse of the German army. Its production spanned from 1936 to 1945, with over 8,500 units manufactured. This tank featured a 75mm main gun and proved essential on various fronts during World War II.
In this intriguing photo, soldiers utilize Panzer IV tanks for logistical purposes rather than combat operations. This highlights the tank’s adaptability and its vital role in supporting military operations.
Join us as we explore the lesser-known technical aspects and fascinating stories surrounding the Panzer IV tank. Follow our page for more captivating insights and remarkable images from World War II.
📸 Bundesarchiv, Bild 101I-090-3911-13 / Etzhold / CC-BY-SA 3.0

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