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German Tiger II tank near Vimoutiers, Orne, Normandy, France, circa Jun-Jul 1944

Caption   German Tiger II tank near Vimoutiers, Orne, Normandy, France, circa Jun-Jul 1944 ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 20 Jun 1944
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 25 Mar 2008

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
21 Dec 2014 11:32:50 AM

LEFT BEHIND: NORMANDY, FRANCE 1944 Looks like this Tiger II of s.SS.PzAbt.503 was abandoned by its crew, a victim of mechanical problems or lack of fuel, the SS had one dozen in the field, besides added Tiger Is and Panthers. This Tiger has a Porsche turret and was armed w/the deadly 88mm L/71 gun.

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