Near Rimling, a destroyed German Stug IV panzer, named 'Kunigunde'. Jan 1945
This Hetzer, a Flammpanzer 38(t) Hetzer, belonged to Panzer-Flamm Kompanie 353, was abandoned near Rimling, January 1945
Destroyed Panther Mark V panzers
Conflict surrounds the credit for the destruction of this massive King Tiger or Jadgtiger. Two sources are credited with the 'kill': 1- A well placed bazooka shot; 2- A long-range precision round from a 90mm gun on a 776th 'Slugger' tank destroyer.
A U.S. Army M4 Sherman tank passes a captured PZKW V Panther Mark V Panzer during the Ardennes Offensive or more commonly known as the Battle of the Bulge.
American rockets mounted on a destroyed German armored personnel carrier.
Above- 82nd Airborne trooper reads a warning sign in the Cologne street. This street leads to the Rhine River and is under observation of the Germans who occupy a stronghold there. April 4, 1945.
Somewhere in France, GIs probably are looking for war trophies around a captured "Panther" Panzerkampfwagen V. Photo courtesy of Jeff McGuire
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