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Aberdeen Proving Ground rests on 72,962 acres in Aberdeen, Maryland. Since World War I it has been the one spot where the U.S. Army puts the test to both American and foreign ordnance and in 1944 the technicians at Aberdeen got a hold of a 61 1/2 ton German "battle-wagon", popularly known as the Tiger Tank (PZKW-VI). This is a nicely illustrated single page article that explains what they learned.

More about Aberdeen Proving Ground can be read here

Click here to read more articles about W.W. II weapons and inventions.

For further reading about the Tiger Tank, click here.

Click here to read about the evolution and development of W.W. I British tanks.

Click here to read about the Patton Tank in the Korean War...

Aberdeen also inspected the BMW motorcycle...

        Watch A Great Documentary About WW II German Tanks

The Tiger Tank at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (Yank Magazine, 1944)

The Tiger Tank at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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