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Nashorn tank destroyers and their crews on the Eastern Front

Nashorn tank destroyers and their crews on the Eastern Front

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The “Nashorn” (“rhinoceros”), initially known as the “Hornisse” (“hornet”), was a German tank destroyer of World War II. It was developed in 1942 as an interim solution by equipping a light, turretless chassis with the PaK-43 heavy anti-tank cannon. The painted rings indicate destroyed enemy equipment. The two posing soldiers look a tad sullen.

Nashorn (German “rhinoceros”), initially known as Hornisse (German “hornet”), was a German tank destroyer of World War II. It was developed as an interim solution in 1942 by equipping a light turretless chassis with the Pak 43 heavy anti-tank gun.

A German "Rhino" anti- tank gun crew sits with fellow infantrymen for a quick meal. 1944.

A German "Nashorn"(Rhino)" anti- tank gun crew sits with fellow infantrymen for a quick meal.

Nashorn in Italy 1944. L/Cpl J.A. Thrasher, Westminster Regiment of the 5 Canadian Armoured Brigade, with PIAT gun and self-propelled 88 gun which he knocked out with it. 26 May 1944, Pontecorvo (vicinity), Italy.

Nashorn in Italy L/Cpl J. Thrasher, Westminster Regiment of the 5 Canadian Armoured Brigade, with PIAT gun and self-propelled 88 gun which he knocked out with it. 26 May Pontecorvo (vicinity), Italy.

Nashorn (rhinoceros), initially known as Hornisse (hornet), was a German tank destroyer of World War II. It was developed as an interim solution in 1942 by equipping a light turretless chassis with the 8.8 cm Pak 43 heavy anti-tank gun. Though only lightly armoured and displaying a high profile, it could frontally penetrate any Allied tank at long range, and its relatively low cost and superior mobility to heavier vehicles ensured it remained in production until the war's end.

Nashorn (rhinoceros), initially known as Hornisse (hornet), was a German tank destroyer of World War II. It was developed as an interim solution in 1942 by equipping a light turretless chassis with the 8.8 cm Pak 43 heavy anti-tank gun. Though only lightly armoured and displaying a high profile, it could frontally penetrate any Allied tank at long range, and its relatively low cost and superior mobility to heavier vehicles ensured it remained in production until the war's end.

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JUL 9 1944 The ‘Culin hedge cutter’ on the Normandy battlefield Sergeant Curtis G Culin who devised the hedge cutter whilst in the fields of Normandy.

JUL 9 The ‘Culin hedge cutter’ on the Normandy battlefield. This is Sergeant Curtis G Culin who devised the hedge cutter whilst in the fields of Normandy.

42 Vintage Photographs Documented Street Scenes of New York City During the Great Depression and World War II

John Albok was a Hungarian photographer who immigrated to the United States and documented street scenes in New York City during.

Soldado Alemán posando junto a un Panzerjäger Hornisse - Nashorn. (¿para el recuerdo?)

Soldado Alemán posando junto a un Panzerjäger Hornisse - Nashorn. (¿para el recuerdo?)

Photo: A fireman attempts to check the flames from a gas explosion, after an air raid in Central London the previous night. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images). 1940

See an old coot on the street? Photo: A fireman attempts to check the flames from a gas explosion, after an air raid in Central London the previous night. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images).

M10 Tank Destoryer equipped with the T1E1 Rhinoceros hedgerow cutter, prior to Operation Cobra, in France, circa mid-July 1944.

Tank Destro yer equipped with the Rhinoceros hedgerow cutter, prior to Operation Cobra, in France, circa mid-July 1944

Portrait of Claudette Blance, an intelligence officer in the French Resistance (Maquis) and a lieutenant in the Free French Army, with her cat. Her house was used as a 'safe house' by the 'Jude' Jedburgh Team in 1944.

Cats in Photography: Portrait of Claudette Blance, an intelligence officer in the French Resistance (Maquis) and a lieutenant in the Free French Army, with her cat. Her house was used as a 'safe house' by the 'Jude' Jedburgh Team in

Gebirgsjäger Steuerman-Qualified Pionier.

War is a horribly fascinating thing, however much man may hate it.

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