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2023-09-26 18:07
The Sd.Kfz. 124 Wespe self-propelled gun is undergoing track replacement. Did you know? In 1942, due to the significant demand for mobile artillery on the Eastern Front, the „Wespe&r&helli…Read More
2023-09-25 18:02
Disabled PzKpfw V Panther Ausf A lies on the road while British forces pressing forward, in June 1944. Did you know? The Western Allies were aware of the PzKpfw V Panther tank and had acce… Read More
2023-09-23 17:43
Remains of a StuG III Ausf F from the 202nd Assault Gun Battalion in the liberated city of Kursk, on Lenin Street. This vehicle was equipped with broad winter tracks known as „Winterk… Read More
Stug III F Or F8 Positioned And Ready
2023-09-21 17:46
Stug III F or F8 positioned and ready, waiting the enemy’s advance. Did you know? StuG assault guns proved cost-effective in contrast to the heavy German tanks like the Tiger I and Pa… Read More
A Brand-new Marder III Ausf H
2023-09-20 17:38
A brand-new Marder III Ausf.H, complete with a wet-cold weather cover, featured windows crafted for clear visibility for the crew ahead. Did you know? The Marder III series comprised German… Read More
Panther Ausf G In Ardennes Offensive
2023-09-16 17:55
Panther Ausf G in Ardennes Offensive widely known Battle of Bulge, in 1944 Did you know? The Panther Ausf G played a pivotal role in the Ardennes Offensive of 1944, famously known as the Ba… Read More
2023-09-15 17:37
Abandoned German Panther tank stands on the war-torn streets of captured Berlin in 1945. Notably, the tank is lacking its entire front row of rollers. Did you know? The Panther tank feature… Read More
2023-09-14 17:47
A German Panther Ausf G tank was captured somewhere in France on August 16, 1944. Did you know? Panther tank crews were well aware of the vulnerability of their vehicle’s side armor… Read More
2023-09-13 18:01
Panzer V Panther Ausf D medium tank examined by an american soldier in the Ardennes (1944-1945) Did you know? The side hull and superstructure armor, specifically the side, featured consid… Read More
2023-09-09 07:55
Abandoned Sturmpanzer IV Brummbär of the Sturmpanzerabteilung 216, in summer, 1944. Location Rome, Italy. Did you know? In April 1943, the initial production phase of the Sturmpanzer… Read More
2023-09-08 17:56
Destroyed Sturmpanzer IV Brummbar assault gun near Ondefontaine, Normandy on 6th, August 1944. Did you know? The initial Sturmpanzers suffered from an issue of excessive weight relative to… Read More
2023-09-07 17:37
Sturmpanzer aka Brummbar on march. Look the height of the vehicle and the size of the casemate. Did you know? The Sturmpanzer, alternatively referred to as Sturmpanzer 43 or Sd.Kfz. 166, wa… Read More
2023-09-05 18:22
This Jagdtiger belonged to the Schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 653 with the tactical number 332, and its vehicle commander was Feldwebel Heinz Telgmann. Did you know? Panzerjäger T… Read More
2023-09-02 18:51
Destroyed Jagdtiger #211 of the schwere-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 653,  in Illertissen, South Germany Did you know? On October 20, 1943, a second wooden mockup of Jadgtiger was craf… Read More
2023-08-30 18:05
Destroyed Jagdpanzer 38(t) „Hetzer” towed off road near Hosingen town, region of Siegfried Line. American Ninth Air Force fighter-bomber aircrafts attacked the area heavily. Di… Read More
2023-08-28 18:07
A brand new Panzerjager 38 (t) as it’s found in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia, at the ground of Skoda Works Factory Did you know? Because of its significant production volume, the Jagdpanzer… Read More
2023-08-26 17:36
Knocked out Hetzer – a bazooka hit by a soldier of the American 29th Infantry Division, in 1944 Did you know? The conservative Jagdpanzer 38 had a blind spot on its right side. With… Read More
2023-08-25 17:55
Top view of Jagdpanzer 38 “Hetzer” – note the remote-controlled machine gun, the spare track sections and the flame reducing mufflers on the back. Did you know? This type… Read More
2023-08-22 17:15
Stug III  Ausf A in motion Did you know? The StuG III’s suspension featured six travel wheels on each side, sprung with torsion bars. The travel wheels had a diameter of 520 mm… Read More
2023-08-20 18:14
Knocked out German Stug III – soldiers examining the detonation-opened side of the tank destroyer. Did you know? For protecting for the crew the Stug armor consisted of a 50 mm &hell&helli…Read More
2023-08-18 17:48
Stug III being loaded with ammunition during advance through Latvia, in July, 1941. Did you know? Early StuG models were equipped with a short barrel, low-velocity 7.5 cm StuK 37 L/24 gun… Read More
2023-07-20 18:00
PzKpfw II Ausf C tanks of the 11th Panzer Division on the ferry ready to depart. Crossing of the Dnieper in September, 1941. Did you know? 1113 units of PzKpfw II Ausf., A, B, and C tanks… Read More
2023-07-17 17:45
Column of Panzer III tanks in a muddy border town between Bulgaria and Greece. In April, 1941. Read more about Tanks of World War 2 on Tracks of Steel! image b… Read More
2023-07-15 17:27
The broken track of the M4 Sherman tank, next to it is a second vehicle suspended on a rocky terrace. Event date: 1944-05-24 The broken track of the M4 Sherman tank, next to it is a second v… Read More
2023-07-07 12:21
Top view of the assembly hall of the German PzKpfw V Sd Kfz 171 Panther tanks, in September, 1944. Location unknown. Did you know? A soft steel prototype of the MAN Panther Tank design w… Read More
2023-07-03 06:31
Panther tank at a crossing in RomeA German Panzer V Panther tank, February 1944. Details about the Beast:…/panther-tank-pzkfw-v/ : Bundesarchiv… Read More

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