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German railroads destroyer in action.  Italy, 21 March 1944.

As the German armies began the long retreat back home these railway units tore up hundreds of miles of track to deny easy communications to the pursuing foe.


A German tank destroyer crewman posing next to his Jagdpanther, France, Jun 1944

Churchill Mark I

Churchill Mark I

German Panzer 1, if you compare it to tanks like the Panther and Tiger this tank is so small.

German Panzer if you compare it to tanks like the Panther and Tiger this tank…

Late tanks Tiger I of the Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503. Rail transport of Nazi enslaved France, 1944. The Allies would soon defeat the krauts in France and the War would be over in early May, 1945

A locomotive sits silently after being destroyed by allied fighter bombers while attempting to transport Tiger I tanks of the Schwere Panzer-Abteilung

A large group of Jagdpanthers setting of a defensive line would be able to create very serious firepower

Anonymous said: Jagdpanther post? Answer: The only Panther that wasn’t a steaming pile of shit

TigerII (Porsche Turret)

The German King Tiger tank. The most powerful tank the allies had to face on the battlefield during the last days of WWII.