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An American posing with a captured Tiger I tank, near Tunis, North Africa, circa early 1943German Tiger I heavy tank in Tunisia, Jan 1943
An American posing with a captured Tiger I tank, near Tunis, North Africa, circa early 1943German Tiger I heavy tank in Tunisia, Jan 1943
German Tiger I heavy tank and another vehicle on a road in Tunisia, 26 Feb 1943A German tank commander surveying the field atop his Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, Mar 1943
German Tiger I heavy tank and another vehicle on a road in Tunisia, 26 Feb 1943A German tank commander surveying the field atop his Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, Mar 1943
PzKpfw VI Ausf. E Tiger I tank circa 1943, location unknown.German officers and Tiger I heavy tanks of the 2nd SS Panzer Division
PzKpfw VI Ausf. E Tiger I tank circa 1943, location unknown.German officers and Tiger I heavy tanks of the 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich' during an inspection by Heinrich Himmler, near Kharkov, Ukraine, Apr 1943
German PzKpfw VI Tiger I heavy tank in Russia, either in a defensive position or stuck in an anti-tank ditch, spring 1943German Tiger I heavy tank in Tunisia, Apr-May 1943
German PzKpfw VI Tiger I heavy tank in Russia, either in a defensive position or stuck in an anti-tank ditch, spring 1943German Tiger I heavy tank in Tunisia, Apr-May 1943
Tiger I heavy tank of the German 2nd SS Panzer Division Tiger I heavy tank of the German 2nd SS Panzer Division
Tiger I heavy tank of the German 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich' at Kharkov, Ukraine, Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2Tiger I heavy tank of the German 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich' at Kharkov, Ukraine, Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2
German Waffen-SS General Walter Kr├╝ger with a Tiger I heavy tank and an anti-aircraft gun vehicle of his 2nd SS Panzer Division German Waffen-SS General Walter Kr├╝ger with a Tiger I heavy tank of his 2nd SS Panzer Division
German Waffen-SS General Walter Kr├╝ger with a Tiger I heavy tank and an anti-aircraft gun vehicle of his 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich', Kharkov, Ukraine, 20 Apr 1943German Waffen-SS General Walter Kr├╝ger with a Tiger I heavy tank of his 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich', Kharkov, Ukraine, 20 Apr 1943
Local women visiting the crew of a German Tiger I heavy tank, Bryansk, Russia, May-Jun 1943Tiger I heavy tanks of the German 2nd SS Panzer Division
Local women visiting the crew of a German Tiger I heavy tank, Bryansk, Russia, May-Jun 1943Tiger I heavy tanks of the German 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich', Kursk, Russia, Jun 1943
German SdKfz. 9 halftrack vehicle towing a Panzer VI Tiger I heavy tank in preparation for Operation Zitadelle, near Kursk, Russia, Jun 1943Damaged turret of a Panzer VI Tiger I heavy tank under repair, Russia, 21 Jun 1943
German SdKfz. 9 halftrack vehicle towing a Panzer VI Tiger I heavy tank in preparation for Operation Zitadelle, near Kursk, Russia, Jun 1943Damaged turret of a Panzer VI Tiger I heavy tank under repair, Russia, 21 Jun 1943
Repairing a Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, 21 Jun 1943, photo 01 of 21Repairing a Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, 21 Jun 1943, photo 02 of 21
Repairing a Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, 21 Jun 1943, photo 01 of 21Repairing a Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, 21 Jun 1943, photo 02 of 21
Repairing a Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, 21 Jun 1943, photo 03 of 21Repairing a Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, 21 Jun 1943, photo 04 of 21
Repairing a Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, 21 Jun 1943, photo 03 of 21Repairing a Tiger I heavy tank, Russia, 21 Jun 1943, photo 04 of 21

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