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Destroyed Panzer Mk IV

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    I'm not sure where this is but it's impressive anyway.
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    Great pic! Not repairable me thinks. Stewy

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    I bet the tank crew was not impressed.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Quote by zwerge View Post
    I bet the tank crew was not impressed.
    Speechless no doubt.

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    This photo has been in various publications throughout the years;The tank is described as having been destroyed during the Battle of the Bulge.

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    I'd have hated to be a member of that tanks crew.

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    That picture has been in many books over the years and is usually mis-identified as a destroyed Tiger tank.
    But I do believe every book I have seen it in say it was taken during the Battle of the Bulge.

    Best Regards,
    Mike

    P.S. None the less, still a spectacular picture. Lets just hope no one was home when the damage occured.

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    Regardless of where...It does prove the old saying.."It's better to give than to receive".

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    Quote by packin9 View Post
    Regardless of where...It does prove the old saying.."It's better to give than to receive".
    How true,I doubt any of that tank crew ever returned to their homes.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Looks like a Panzer IV ("Mark IV" as the Brits called it); I think it's an F2 model, one of (or THE) the last variant(s).

    Probably destroyed by a Bazooka or a rocket-firing Typhoon - or by its crew, although the damage seems severe for that. But I DNK how bad the damage would be if the ammo went up.

    One thing for sure - death would have been instantaneous if the crew were inside it at the time.

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