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Click here to read about the German King Tiger Tank.




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The sweetest conte crayon illustration ever to depict a Tiger tank is accompanied by some vital statistics and assorted observations that were recorded by the U.S. Department of War and printed in one of their manuals in March of 1945:

"This tank, originally the Pz. Kpfw. VI, first was encountered by the Russians in the last half of 1942, and by the Western Allies in Tunisia early in 1943..."

Click here to read a 1944 article about the Tiger Tank.

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

       *Watch Contemporary Color Footage of a Tiger Tank*


A Study of the German Tiger Tank (The U.S. War Department, 1945)

A Study of the German Tiger Tank (The U.S. War Department, 1945)

A Study of the German Tiger Tank (The U.S. War Department, 1945)

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