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A unique and fine quality photograph of the interior of a German 'Tiger' tank in the battle-field. #Panzer #Tiger1 #WW2  An Obergefreiter Ladeschütze (Loader) holding a high explosive 8,8 cm round with percussion/contact fuze, inside the "Turm" (Turret) of a Panzer VI 'Tiger'. He is from the 3./schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502, Heeresgruppe Nord during the Battles of Plaskau and Narwa in Estonia.Photograph by courtesy of the Grandson of the tank Commander, Oberfeldwebel Felix Würden

A unique and fine quality photograph of the interior of a German 'Tiger' tank in the battle-field. #Panzer #Tiger1 #WW2 An Obergefreiter Ladeschütze (Loader) holding a high explosive 8,8 cm round with percussion/contact fuze, inside the "Turm" (Turret) of a Panzer VI 'Tiger'. He is from the 3./schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502, Heeresgruppe Nord during the Battles of Plaskau and Narwa in Estonia.Photograph by courtesy of the Grandson of the tank Commander, Oberfeldwebel Felix Würden

Another one who does not age

Another one who does not age

The crew of Tiger n° 921 of SS Pz-Grenadier-Div "Totenkopf" near Kharkov shortly before the Battle of Kursk

The crew of Tiger n° 921 of SS Pz-Grenadier-Div "Totenkopf" near Kharkov shortly before the Battle of Kursk

Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger

Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger

Tiger

Tiger

Tiger I ausf H with track links bolted to the side of the turret.

Tiger I ausf H with track links bolted to the side of the turret.

Tiger 1 "131"

Tiger 1 "131"

Rear view of the heavy Jagdtiger and its access hatch (with 80 mm of armor).

Rear view of the heavy Jagdtiger and its access hatch (with 80 mm of armor).

Tiger I

Tiger I