German Panzer VI (Tiger II) controlling a street in Budapest. October 1944 #worldwar2 #tanks

German Panzer VI (Tiger II) controlling a street in Budapest.

Budapest, 1945.

DFS 230 glider, carrying supplies, having crashed into Attila út 35 or Attila út Budapest, Hungary, 4 Feb 1945

King Tiger ‘300’ of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 509 during the attempt to relieve Budapest, January-February 1945. From 18 January 1945 to 8 February 1945, the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 509 destroyed 203 Soviet tanks, 145 Soviet guns and 5 Soviet aircraft with the total loss of 10 King Tiger Tanks and was mentioned in the Wehrmacht Daily Report.

King Tiger of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 509 during the attempt to relieve Budapest, January-February From 18 January 1945 to 8 February the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 509 destroyed 203 Soviet tanks, 145 Soviet guns and 5 Soviet.

Tiger II (King Tiger) in UngarnBudapest

Tiger II (King Tiger) in Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944

SAU German "Hummel" in Budapest taken by Soviet troops.

Abbandoned or knocked-out German self-propelled howitzer “Hummel” Panzerhaubitze Hummel) in Budapest after the storming of the city by Soviet troops.

1. SS-Panzer-Division „LSSAH”, in Hungary, 1945. Operation Südwind or Frühlingserwachen.

SS-Panzer-Division „LSSAH”, in Hungary, Operation Südwind or Frühlingserwachen.

A destroyed german Panther tank in Budapest 1945. Its a Hybrid of early and late parts, probably put together in a german frontnear Workshop, showing an Ausf. G Chassis (no Driversvisor in the Frontglacis, new styled sidearmour) equipped with an early Ausf. D turret (early style cylindrical Commanderscuppola, Pistolports in the turretside)

A destroyed german Panther tank in Budapest 1945. Its a Hybrid of early and late parts, probably put together in a german frontnear Workshop, showing an Ausf. G Chassis (no Driversvisor in the Frontglacis, new styled sidearmour) equipped with an early Ausf. D turret (early style cylindrical Commanderscuppola, Pistolports in the turretside)

Tankers 1st Bulgarian Army on captured German PzKpfw IV medium tank in the area of ​​the Drava River, Hungary. 1st Bulgarian Army fought in close cooperation with the troops of the 3rd Ukrainian Front, was supplied and rearming of the USSR.

Tankers Bulgarian Army on captured German PzKpfw IV medium tank in the area of the Drava River, Hungary. Bulgarian Army fought in close cooperation with the troops of the Ukrainian Front, was supplied and rearming of the USSR.

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