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Two American soldiers inspect a destroyed German King Tiger tank, Belgium, 1944.

American soldiers inspecting a destroyed Panther Ausf G

soldiers inspect a destroyed German Tiger tank.

Anzio, German Soldier inspecting a knocked-out American Wolverine Tank Destroyer. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Tanks in the German Army

US troops inspect destroyed German tanks Normandy area 1944

Panzer IV Wreck Normandy. (Conseil Régional de Basse-Normandie / National Archives USA)

American aviators inspect their handy work, a destroyed Panzer V, during the Battle of

The wounded and burned-out German tank "Panther» (Panzerkampfwagen V Panther) on the ruins of the house of the Dutch town of Lent (Lent).

A destroyed German Panther in the European Theater of Operations

A destroyed German Panther tank is inspected by an American soldier

The huntsman German mountain division inspect the damaged Soviet tank near the village Panteleyeva Balka. In the foreground the body of the dead soldier.

Fallschirmjäger armed with Panzerfaust and Panzerschreck hiding behind a Sherman American Medium Tank after knocking it out, as another Sherman approaches ...

Soldiers of the 9th US Army inspecting German ACS 'Schturmtigr' (Sturmtiger),

US troops commandeer a German halftrack for service. Battle of the Bulge.

Soviet officers inspecting a destroyed German heavy tank Pz. B «Royal Tiger" from unidentified unit. Theofficer on the right have in his hands a Hungarian ...

Two American soldiers inspect a destroyed German King Tiger tank, Belgium, 1944

US 1st Infantry Division soldiers check a destroyed M-48 Patton tank on a road in...HD Stock Footage - YouTube

Tiger II swapped over in Chambois, Normandy, August 1944

Second World War tank and anti-aircraft gun found hidden in basement of villa in Germany - Telegraph

American soldiers inspect the destroyed German tank Pz. The photo was taken in Tunisia, the valley area El Gattar (El Guettar).

American soldiers looking over destroyed German equipment after the battle of El Guettar, Tunisia,

Knockedout tank WWII An American soldier on a destroyed German heavy ACS "Jagdpanther".

Germans soldiers inspecting a destroyed British M3 tank in 1942

thepowerofrussianarmy: ““The Great Patriotic War” Red Army soldiers inspect a German tank exploded superheavy «Maus

The strange tanks that helped win D-Day

Cologne, Germany, March 6th 1945. American infantrymen inspect the destroyed Panther tank on the junction of Komödienstrasse and Marzellenstrasse.

The Armed Robotic Vehicle variant of the MULE. Image made by the U.S. Army.

One of the victims of a V2 that struck Teniers Square, Antwerp, Belgium on 27 November 1944. A British military convoy was passing through the square at the ...

Panzers (German tanks) of World War II.

U.S. soldiers inspect a German SPG Marder III, abandoned on the road to Rome.

The tank they are inspecting appears to be a Panzer III Ausf E destroyed during the fighting ...

List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft (1940–44) - Wikipedia

World's BIGGEST / MOST POWERFUL GUN ever built! (Heavy Gustav Railway Gun.) - YouTube

A Marine Corps M1 Abrams tank patrols a Baghdad street after its fall in 2003 during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Key American military officials in Europe.

Destroyed Iraqi civilian and military vehicles on the Highway of Death

Anti-tank dog. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Man Who Held Off Six Enemy Tanks and Several Waves of Infantry for an Hour By Firing on Them While Standing Atop a Burning Tank

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A German tank operator manning a pintle mounted MG42 keeps it fixed on Kelly, Big Joe, and Oddball as they approach the Tiger Tank.

Smoke over the city center after aerial bombing by the German Luftwaffe on the central station

Ruins of the Reichstag in Berlin, 3 June 1945. BU8573.jpg

Large, severely-damaged building

This airframe, Wrknr. 111711, was the first Me 262 to come into Allied hands when its German test pilot defected on March 31, 1945.

French sappers during the Battle of Berezina in 1812

Inspection of Thor engine parts after the radioactive contamination following the Bluegill Prime fire on Johnston Island.

Mine clearing system Keiler of the German Army in Butmir, Bosnia and Herzegovina (1997).

Let Us Beat Swords into Plowshares in the United Nations garden (1957)

A Japanese lithograph showing troops occupying Blagoveschensk

An Incident on the Western Front, view of a dogfight involving five aircraft. In the upper foreground a biplane of the RAF flies towards a stricken German ...

1st American Volunteer Group

American Rear Admiral Husband E. Kimmel (1882 - 1968), circa 1940.