Ardennes

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Two abandoned German Panther tanks of Kampfgruppe Peiper, somewhere in the Ardennes, Belgium. #WW2
an old black and white photo of a man standing next to a tank in the snow
Panther tank battle of the bulge
an old tank with people standing around it in the snow and mud, while others look on
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This is a King Tiger from Kg Peiper at the Die Wacht am Rhein passing US PW’s - they must have thought “wtf!” looking at that!
an old tank that is sitting in the rubble
The first of Peiper’s King Tigers to be lost was this one (No.105), commanded by the SS-Obersturmführer Jürgen Wessel, which was abandoned after it got stuck in debris on Rue St. Emilion in Stavelot on 18 December 1944.
an old tank that is sitting in the rubble
The lead spearhead of "Kampfgruppe Peiper" initially moved into Stavelot on the morning of 18 December 1944, but by the early afternoon most of the unit had pushed on towards Trois-Ponts to the west.
Abandoned German equipment - Celles, December 1944 Although Waffen SS fought fanatically in the Battle of the Bulge, Wermacht units could get the farthest area. On 24 December, British and American units met the German Panzer columns at Celles, 3 miles east of the Muese, stopping their advance. Aided by air strikes, they inflicted heavy losses and ended any chance of the Wehrmacht crossing the Muese. The maximum penetration of the Germans was halted about 60 miles from where the attack had s... British, Normandy, Panzer Iii, Panzer Ii, Panzer Iv, Wwi, Siegfried Line, Lehr
Abandoned German equipment - Celles, December 1944 Although Waffen SS fought fanatically in the Battle of the Bulge, Wermacht units could get the farthest area. On 24 December, British and American units met the German Panzer columns at Celles, 3 miles east of the Muese, stopping their advance. Aided by air strikes, they inflicted heavy losses and ended any chance of the Wehrmacht crossing the Muese. The maximum penetration of the Germans was halted about 60 miles from where the attack had s...
two men standing next to a tank in the snow
Jagdpanzer 38(t) Note the low profile of this German tank destroyer also known as the Hetzer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hetzer
Tank Panther Ausf.G passes through a snowy forest road past the two heavy polupustyne trucks Büssing-NAG schwerer Wehrmachtschlepper. December 1944, the beginning of the Ardennes offensive, which received the code name Wacht am Rhein (German. Guard on the Rhine). Ww2, Ww2 Pictures, Axis
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Tank Panther Ausf.G passes through a snowy forest road past the two heavy polupustyne trucks Büssing-NAG schwerer Wehrmachtschlepper. December 1944, the beginning of the Ardennes offensive, which received the code name Wacht am Rhein (German. Guard on the Rhine).
two tanks are on the ground behind a fence
Panthers seen during fighting in the Battle of the Bulge.
an old tank is parked in front of a building that has been torn down and destroyed
StuG III Ausf G passing through a town during the battle of the Bulge.
an old photo of a tank in the snow
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Panzer V “Panther” during the battle of the Bulge 1944
an old black and white photo of soldiers on top of a tank
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Fallschirmjager aboard Kingtiger, Ardennes Offensive
two men walking down a dirt road past an old building
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Two U.S. Army soldiers of the 3rd Armored Division run down the street while the Germans shell the town during the Battle of the Bulge. The corpse of another soldier can be seen covered on the far right. Bois Le Ban, Namur, Wallonia, Belgium. 15 January 1945.
two men standing on top of a tank in the snow
DMP-D971 BATTLE OF THE BULGE - a photo on Flickriver
German King Tiger tank captured by US troops, Battle of Bulge