Destroyed or Left Over Vehicles & Equipment from War
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Knocked out Panzer IV, August 1944.
Wrecked Panzer IV in Afrika.
Wrecked Panzer IVs.
Wrecked Panzer IV in Africa.
An American 35th Infantry Division Halftrack speeds past a burnt out Panzer IV after the Battle of Foy, Belgium, Bulge 1945.
US troops inspect an abandoned Sturmtiger of Sturm-Mörser-Kompanie 1002 near Calbe, Germany, April 1945.
Captured German Kübelwagen in the Liberation of Paris.
Destroyed or Captured Luftwaffe Planes
After the Battle of Stalingrad.
A Ju 87 B of 5/StG 2 is examined by British troops after making an emergency landing in the North African desert, December 1941.
Soviet soldiers at the captured German airfield near Stalingrad, 1943 year.
Do-335s on the apron at Oberpfaffenhofen at the war’s end, including unfinished two-seat versions.
Do 335 tested in the USA, and today the only surviving example.
The wreck of the Fieseler Storch , with which Hanna Reitsch and Robert Ritter von Greim flew to Berlin on April 27, 1945; in the background the Victory Column.
Destroyed or Captured Kriegsmarine Boats and Equipment
Type XVIIB submarine U-1406, partially dismantled shortly after the end of World War II.
Type XVIIB boat (probably U-1406 or U-1407) in August, 1945.
Incomplete German U-boats abandoned at the Blohm and Voss shipyard in Hamburg, 4 May 1945.
Then and Now Photos
American GIs inspect a knocked out Tiger II.
Off Color Photos
Knocked out Tiger 2.
Knocked out Tiger 2 being inspected by allied soldiers.
Knocked out Tiger 2.
Black and White Photos
A knocked-out German PzKpfw IV tank with the burnt bodies of two of its crew in the Falaise Pocket, 24 August 1944.
German vehicles destroyed in Cassino.
Zoo Flak Tower’s silenced AA guns after the war.
8 Rad destroyed in Berlin.
Destroyed Panzer IV in Berlin.
Knocked out Panther in Berlin.
Leftover equipment from the battle.
Another view of Tiger 334.
2nd photo of Tiger 334.
Knocked out Tiger 334.
A German attempt to use false colors to disguise a Stug assault gun in order to surprise US positions at Malmedy with American GIs inspecting the machine.
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