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Tiger ‘231’ of Leutnant Zabel from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 was hit 252 times by fire from all calibres during combat near Ssemernikovo, on the outskirts of Rostov-on-Don on 11 February 1943. The tank was able to be driven a further 60km to the rear area and returned to the unit. Later, the tank was returned to Germany (note the transport tracks) but it is not known whether this tank was repaired.

Tiger of Leutnant Zabel from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 was hit 252 times by fire from all calibres during combat near Ssemernikovo, on the outskirts of Rostov-on-Don on 11 February The tank was able to be driven a further to the.

SS-Unterscharführer Kurt Kleber in his Panzer VI “Tiger I” (Nº 232) of 1. SS-Pz. Korps “Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler” (2. Kompanie der SS-Pz. Abt.101) France. June 1944. (Colourised by Royston Leonard...

Tiger I № 232 s.Abt 101 of the SS. Tank commander – Unterscharführer SS Kurt Kleber from the company of Michael Wittmann villers bocage

PzKpfw VI Tiger I from 2. SS Panzer Division Das Reich in Kursk.

A look at the German heaviest tanks of World War II, the Tiger I, Tiger II King Tiger, and the Maus Panzer VIII.

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"Catch the Tiger" Picture from the book - major Lidderdal, Lt Cpl Pumfrey and driver Wilkes with Tiger 131 in Horse Guards Parade in 1943

A German Tiger I tank captured by british, 6 May 1943, North Africa. Now in Bovington Museum and used in Fury. https://www.facebook.com/World-War-Colorisation-790508287736232/

A German Tiger I tank captured by the British, 6 May North Africa. Now in Bovington Tank Museum (Tiger and was used in the movie "Fury". Is only known working Tiger I. Pin by Paolo Marzioli