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M9 Bazooka | American Rocket Launcher M1/M1A1/M9 (Bazooka) - War History Online

M9 Bazooka | American Rocket Launcher M1/M1A1/M9 (Bazooka) - War History Online

Pantzerschrek, German WW2 bazooka

Pantzerschrek, German WW2 bazooka

German machine gunner from the reserve battalion of the division “Großdeutschland” with a light machine gun MG.42 (Nickname : Hitler Buzzsaw) readied for firing from a prone position.  https://www.facebook.com/World-War-Colorisation-790508287736232/timeline/

German machine gunner from the reserve battalion of the division “Großdeutschland” with a light machine gun MG.42 (Nickname : Hitler Buzzsaw) readied for firing from a prone position. https://www.facebook.com/World-War-Colorisation-790508287736232/timeline/

Soviet Anti-Tank Cannon Crew Taking A Break Before Battle, Kursk, 1943

Soviet Anti-Tank Cannon Crew Taking A Break Before Battle, Kursk, 1943

The Battle of the Bulge - Google zoeken

The Battle of the Bulge - Google zoeken

Działon (kawalerii) 37 mm działka ppanc. Bofors wz. 36.

Działon (kawalerii) 37 mm działka ppanc. Bofors wz. 36.

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To Allied tank crews during World War II, the Panzerfaust was one of the German army’s deadliest weapons behind the static 88-millimeter cannon, the rocket-propelled Panzerschreck and — most of all — other tanks. The shoulder-launched Panzerfaust, or “tank fist,” propelled a shaped charge warhead around 45–60 meters per second over a distance of 60-100 meters — depending on the Panzerfaust 60 and 100 variants. Due to the Panzerfaust’s inherent range limitations, German anti-tank teams were…

To Allied tank crews during World War II, the Panzerfaust was one of the German army’s deadliest weapons behind the static 88-millimeter cannon, the rocket-propelled Panzerschreck and — most of all — other tanks. The shoulder-launched Panzerfaust, or “tank fist,” propelled a shaped charge warhead around 45–60 meters per second over a distance of 60-100 meters — depending on the Panzerfaust 60 and 100 variants. Due to the Panzerfaust’s inherent range limitations, German anti-tank teams were…

8.8cm FlugzeugAbwehrKanone 18/36/37. The 88 mm gun (eighty-eight) was a German anti-aircraft and anti-tank artillery gun from World War II. It was widely used by Germany throughout the war, and was one of the most recognized German weapons of the war. Development of the original models led to a wide variety of guns.

8.8cm FlugzeugAbwehrKanone 18/36/37. The 88 mm gun (eighty-eight) was a German anti-aircraft and anti-tank artillery gun from World War II. It was widely used by Germany throughout the war, and was one of the most recognized German weapons of the war. Development of the original models led to a wide variety of guns.

FlaK 88, Ostfront

FlaK 88, Ostfront