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The Hornisse German Tank played great game on the Eastern Front, showcasing Germany's prowess in armored warfare - 8 8 cm Pak 43 1 (Hornisse) on ferry Source
31/10/2023

Hornisse German Tank on Ferry: a Transit to Battle

Key Notes Image Reflection: The image encapsulates a moment where a Hornisse tank is being transported via a ferry, showcasing the logistical underbelly of wartime operations. Name Evolution: Initially dubbed the Hornisse (Hornet), it was later rebranded as Nashorn (Rhinoceros), symbolizing a
An expertly concealed tank hunter, known as a Nashorn (German for rhinoceros), operated in the Italian Front, 1944
27/10/2023

Expertly concealed tank hunter, known as Nashorn

An expertly concealed tank hunter, known as Nashorn (German for “rhinoceros”), operated in the Italian Front, 1944   Did you know? A total of approximately 494 Nashorn vehicles were manufactured, with the majority of them being produced in 1943. However, in January
A Panzer 38t bides its time, awaiting the transit of a German light rail in the Kuban bridgehead.
21/10/2023

A Panzer 38t bides its time

A Panzer 38t bides its time, awaiting the transit of a German light rail in the Kuban bridgehead. In August 1943, within the Soviet Union’s Taman Peninsula. Did you know? Following the annexation of Czechoslovakia, Germany recognized the exceptional qualities of the
Panzer I failed on drive training and run over an other Pzkpfw I tank
20/10/2023

Panzer I failed at drive training

Panzer I failed at drive training and run over an other Pzkpfw I tank. Did you know? Between 1939 and 1942, two additional combat versions of the Panzer I were created. However, by this point, the concept was overshadowed by medium and
German Panzer V Panther tank transporting infantry on the Eastern Front, in Hungary, November 1944, during World War II
19/10/2023

German Panzer V Panther tank transporting infantry

  German Panzer V Panther tank transporting infantry on the Eastern Front, in Hungary, November 1944, during World War II. Did you know? The Hungarian Panthers rolled onto the scene slightly after the Tigers did. In August 1944, the 2nd Armored Division
PzKpfw I Ausf B smashing through a wall during a Panzersportsfest (an event celebrating armored vehicles) near Wünsdorf
18/10/2023

PzKpfw I Ausf B smashing through a wall

PzKpfw I Ausf B smashing through a wall during a Panzersportsfest (an event celebrating armored vehicles) near Wünsdorf. Did you know? The Panzer I’s design took root in 1932, with mass production commencing in 1934. Originally conceived solely as a training tank
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