Panther Ausf.G "213", Pz.Rgt. 31, 5. Panzer-Division, patrolling on the outskirts of Goldap, East Prussia, four days after the counterattack conducted by the Wehrmacht, who retook the first city of German Reich to fall for the Red Army. 7 November 1944.

Panther Ausf.G "213", Pz.Rgt. 31, 5. Panzer-Division, patrolling on the outskirts of Goldap, East Prussia, four days after the counterattack conducted by the Wehrmacht, who retook the first city of German Reich to fall for the Red Army. 7 November 1944.

Photo 2 of aPanther V in a ambush postion with many spent shell cassings in the foreground

Photo 2 of aPanther V in a ambush postion with many spent shell cassings in the foreground

A disabled Panther tank in winter. Note how slack the track at left is, and the road wheel damage. The American soldier is carrying an M1A1 Thompson submachine gun.

A disabled Panther tank in winter. Note how slack the track at left is, and the road wheel damage. The American soldier is carrying an M1A1 Thompson submachine gun.

Two abandoned German Panther tanks of Kampfgruppe Peiper, somewhere in the Ardennes, Belgium. #WW2

Two abandoned German Panther tanks of Kampfgruppe Peiper, somewhere in the Ardennes, Belgium. #WW2

Panther Ausf. G Befehlswagen (Fallschirm.Pz.Korps “Hermann Göring”) Note the man on the right with severe burns on his face.

Panther Ausf. G Befehlswagen (Fallschirm.Pz.Korps “Hermann Göring”) Note the man on the right with severe burns on his face.

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