"All unnecessary - scrapped! Collect scrap metal!"




Soviet assault guns destroyed by Soviet artillery, StuG III Ausf A, district of Kiev, summer of 1941. (Apparently, he rushed BC - u_96)



Burned down German tank PzKpfw III in the USSR in June 1942.



The wounded German tank PzKpfw V modification D2, shot down during the operation "Citadel" (Kursk Bulge). This photo is interesting because there is a caption on it - “Ilyin” and the date “26 / 7”. This is probably the name of the gun commander who hit the tank.



Soviet fighters are considering a defeated German tank Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf. G. The tank is painted in tricolor camouflage. Oryol-Kursk direction.
Shooting time: July 1943
(Again - detonation BC - u_96)



Soviet soldiers inspect a padded German tank Pz.Kpfw. V "Panther" Ausf D.
Judging by the modification of the machine most likely - the Kursk Arc 43. An interesting inscription on the front sheet: "TIG". There is an opinion that they wanted to write "TIGR" specifically to increase the pathos of the frame. But the photographer hurried and did not have time - u_96. ;)



Padded Panthers destroyed a tank T-70 A. Pegova. On March 26, 1944, the light T-70 tank, having noticed two approaching German PzKpfw V Panther tanks, disguised itself in the bush and took them to the sight. After the Panthers approached 150-200 meters and set them under attack, the T-70 suddenly opened fire from an ambush and destroyed the Panthers faster than they could detect it. The crews could not get out of the Panther. T-70 commander junior lieutenant A. Pegov was introduced to the title of Hero of the Soviet Union.



Destroyed column. Soviet soldiers inspect the broken German equipment.



Burnt German heavy tank PzKpfw V "Panther". The photo is from an album with military photos found in 1988 on the garbage dump of a military unit near Sergiyev Posad. On the back of the picture it is written: “9.09.44. We burned this bitch. A. Tyulenev. However, according to other sources, this is the “Panther” No.312 3 of the company 51 tank battalion, blown up by the Germans during the retreat in July 1943.



German tank Pz. IV Ausf. H from the 3 Tank Division, tactical nomr 63, burned as a result of an armor-piercing projectile caliber 57-76 mm (Soviet trophy team number - 94). Hungary, district of Komárom, winter 1945 of the year.



Padded German assault gun StuG IV. East Prussia, February 1945 of the year.



Senior Lieutenant Kirill Derevyanko - Assistant front-line cameraman Nikolai Prozorovsky - at the downed German heavy tank Pz.Kpfw. VI “Tiger II” during the Balaton operation.



Shot in board Pz.Kpfw VI Ausf. B “Tiger II”, tactical number of 331, commander of 3 company Rolf von Westernhagen of 501 th battalion of heavy tanks, operating as part of the SS 1 th tank corps. Padded with battery SU-100 under the command of Captain Vasilyev (1952 th self-propelled artillery regiment). On board, you can see the number (93) of the Soviet trophy team. Hungary, Lake Balaton area.
Shooting time: March 1945
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  1. SMERSH
    SMERSH 15 July 2011 09: 20 New
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    GOOD FELLOWS, My grandfather changed 5 tanks for the war, but REACHED BERLIN! Great people of a great country!
  2. figwam 15 July 2011 11: 29 New
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    Thanks for the photo, I’m happy with the soul.
    We beat, we beat and we will beat.
  3. pavelk
    pavelk 15 July 2011 17: 57 New
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    Thank you for photos.

    Why are photos with columns of captured Red Army soldiers or burning huts attributed to articles about the Second World War? It’s not patriotic.

    But such photographs show how the Iron Reich was spread across the walls.

    In short, You made my day.
  4. Superduck
    Superduck 15 July 2011 18: 34 New
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    The inscription on the TIG tank confirms the evidence that the majority of the Red Army soldiers and even commanders recorded even tz4 in tigers. Taki see the tigers in the war and the truth was not much.
    Yes, and to grind 2 panthers with T-70, letting them in at a short distance, you need to have an iron will, respect for the peasants.
  5. datur 15 July 2011 22: 33 New
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    more such articles !!!!!!
  6. agent 26 September 2012 15: 55 New
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    Quote: datur
    more such articles !!!!!!

    stand in solidarity
  7. Sirop 22 November 2013 17: 13 New
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    great photo selection !!!
  8. Alex 26 June 2014 22: 51 New
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    Thanks to the author, pleased. Looking at the first photo, I just want to ask where it is.