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WW2 Tanks / German Reich

WW2 Tanks / German Reich

 There was, in 1939, no consensus as to what kind of tank would ultimately prove to be most effective. As the war progressed, however, heavily armed mediums emerged as the best all-round fighters. Until the end of the war the heavies tended to be too unwieldy and the light tanks, under-armored.

  But the best mediums, such as the German Panzers and the Soviet T-34, managed to combine speed, fire power

and protection in a thoroughly formidable weapon.

  They were the spearhead of the Panzer units which made Blitzkrieg a household word. And, in the end, they were the grisly rear-guard in the desperate, hopeless struggle to avert the annihilation of Hitler's "1000-year Reich."

  Respectfully , British tanks were generally inferior to their German opponents in regard to their firepower

and armour protection, while their high mobility in the early years was severely compromised by chronic unreliability.

  In a war where, as many said, "armor was king," the German tanks and tank destroyers were generally the best. Perhaps more than the aircraft of the Luftwaffe or the U-boats of the Kriegsmarine, tanks symbolize the rise and fall of German arms in World War II.

    Name      Manufacturer   Product Status 
 German Tank Panzer I Ausf.A      German Tank Panzer I Ausf.A

 The Panzer I began the long illustrious line of successful fast-moving tanks common with the German blitzkrieg.
— Ausf is the general term used to cover "model" or "mark" in showcasing a variant. ...

 
 
 Henschel, MAN, Krupp, Daimler      (available)    

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 German Tank Panzer I Ausf.B      German Tank Panzer I Ausf.B

 Panzer I was produced in two main variants Ausf A (1934) and Ausf B (1935), which had different suspensions and engines. Ausf A was produced from July of 1934 to June of 1936 , while Ausf B was produced from August of 1935 to June of 1937
— "Ausf." is the abbreviated form of the word "Ausfuhrung" meaning simply: model, design or mark. ...

 
 
 Henschel, MAN, Krupp, Daimler      (available)    

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 German Tank Panzer IV Ausf.G      German Tank Panzer IV Ausf.G

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 Henschel, MAN, Krupp, Daimler      (available)    

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 Tiger II - King Tiger / Henschel Turret      Tiger II - King Tiger / Henschel Turret

 The Tiger II hull was welded, with acutely sloped armour, and the well-designed Henschel turret had a separate cupola for the commander, with an excellent view. ...

 
 
 Henschel, MAN, Krupp, Daimler      (available)    

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