Panzerjager Nashorn, Hornisse German tank destroyer. This tank holds the record for the longest distance tank kill in WW2. It was able to destroy a Russian T-34 from more than 5000 meters. Well liked by its crew, it could easily shoot at targets - through other targets and destroy multiple tanks at once. One of the best German weapons of the war, it could also be used as field artillery.

Panzerjager Nashorn, Hornisse German tank destroyer. This tank holds the record for the longest distance tank kill in WW2. It was able to destroy a Russian T-34 from more than 5000 meters. Well liked by its crew, it could easily shoot at targets - through other targets and destroy multiple tanks at once. One of the best German weapons of the war, it could also be used as field artillery.

Stug III in Russia. As you can see there is a zimmerit on this Stug. Zimmerit was a paste-like coating used on mid- and late-war German armored fighting vehicles during World War II

Stug III in Russia. As you can see there is a zimmerit on this Stug. Zimmerit was a paste-like coating used on mid- and late-war German armored fighting vehicles during World War II

Panther from the Hermann Göring division, autumn 1944.

Panther from the Hermann Göring division, autumn 1944.

Repair crews welding on the front of this Tiger 1 in this great color photo

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