"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. ;)

Wounded "Panthers", destroyed by A. Pegov's T-70 tank. 26 March 1944 g. Light tank T-70, noticing two approaching German tanks PzKpfw V "Panther", disguised in the bush and took them to the sight. After the Panthers approached 150-200 meters and put the boards under attack, T-70 suddenly opened fire from an ambush and destroyed the Panthers faster than they were able to detect it. Crews to get out of the "Panther" could not. The commander of T-70, Junior Lieutenant A. Pegov, was introduced to the rank 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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