The Tiger I & Tiger II Tank in 42 Top Images

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Presented to you are most probably 42 of the best images that may be found to the German Panzerkampfwagen VI (Tiger I. u. Tiger II) (Sd.Kfz 182) Tank.

A captured German Tiger I tank, 6 May 1943.

A captured German Tiger I tank, 6 May 1943.

A captured German Tiger I tank, 18 May 1943.

A captured German Tiger I tank, 18 May 1943.

A German Tiger I tank on its side in a ditch, north of Rome, and an American lorry in the background driving past.

A German Tiger I tank on its side in a ditch, north of Rome, and an American lorry in the background driving past.

A soldier of 10th Durham Light Infantry digs in close to a knocked-out German Tiger tank at Rauray, 28 June 1944.

A soldier of 10th Durham Light Infantry digs in close to a knocked-out German Tiger tank at Rauray, 28 June 1944. Note in front of the tank a fallen German soldier.

British troops and local civilians examine a knocked-out German PzKpfw VI Tiger tank, 19 July 1943.

British troops and local civilians examine a knocked-out German PzKpfw VI Tiger tank, 19 July 1943.

Budapest during Operation "Greif" a Tiger II "Königstiger" of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in a street.

Budapest during Operation “Greif” a Tiger II “Königstiger” of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in a street.

The crew of a Tiger Tank of the Waffen-SS load new ammunition for a new attack near Bjelgorod during the Battle for Kursk.

The crew of a Tiger Tank of the Waffen-SS load new ammunition for a new attack near Bjelgorod during the Battle for Kursk.

Four German heavy tanks at the Henschel tank testing ground at Haustenbeck near Paderborn, Germany, June 1945.

Four German heavy tanks at the Henschel tank testing ground at Haustenbeck near Paderborn, Germany, June 1945.

Frankreich, Panzer VI (Tiger II, Kˆnigstiger)

France, a Tiger II “Königstiger” receives a new camouflage.

France near Villers-Bocage, a Tiger Tank crew camouflages its Panzer, SS-Leibstandarte "Adolf Hitler"

France near Villers-Bocage, a Tiger Tank crew camouflages its Panzer, SS-Leibstandarte “Adolf Hitler”

France, Villers-Bocage a knocked out German Tiger I between ruins of houses. Note the LAH symbol.

France, Villers-Bocage a knocked out German Tiger I between ruins of houses. Note the LAH symbol.

A German probably spray s a Tiger II "Königstiger" with a new camouflage.

A German Tanker probably spray s a Tiger II “Königstiger” with a new camouflage.

France, Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger II "Königstiger" with Porscheturm.

France, Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger II “Königstiger” with Porscheturm.

In North of France, 30 January 1944, Tank Ace Obersturmführer Michael Wittmann sits on his Panzer VI "Tiger I".

In North of France, 30 January 1944, Tank Ace Obersturmführer Michael Wittmann sits on his Panzer VI “Tiger I”.

France, Panzer VI "Tiger I" (Turret number 331) of the SS-Panzer-Division "AH" in early 1944.

France, Panzer VI “Tiger I” (Turret number 331) of the SS-Panzer-Division “AH” in early 1944.

Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme commander of the Allied expeditionary forces, inspects an overturned German tank left by a roadside in France by the retreating enemy

Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme commander of the Allied expeditionary forces, inspects an overturned German tank left by a roadside in France by the retreating enemy.

German PzKpfw VI Tiger tank overturned during the Allied heavy bombing at the beginning of Operation 'Goodwood', July 1944.

German PzKpfw VI Tiger tank overturned during the Allied heavy bombing at the beginning of Operation ‘Goodwood’, July 1944.

German Tiger I tank captured in Tunisia, on display at Horse Guards Parade in London, 18 November 1943.

German Tiger I tank captured in Tunisia, on display at Horse Guards Parade in London, 18 November 1943.

Russia, a Anti-Tank grenade hit the hard armor of a Tiger.

Russia, an Anti-Tank grenade hit the hard armor of a Tiger.

Italy, a Panzerkampfwagen VI "Tiger I" during reparation.

Italy, a Panzerkampfwagen VI “Tiger I” during reparation.

Italy near Nettuno, a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 508

Italy near Nettuno, a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 508.

Italy near Nettuno, a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 508 in front of the Monument Vittorio Emmanuale II

Italy near Nettuno, a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 508 in front of the Monument Vittorio Emmanuale II.

North of France, a Panzer VI "Tiger I" with Turret number 131 of the SS-Panzer-Division "AH".

North of France, a Panzer VI “Tiger I” with Turret number 131 of the SS-Panzer-Division “AH”.

Russia, Tiger I in a fortified position or tank trap.

Russia, Tiger I in a fortified position or tank trap.

A Tiger II of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in Budapest.

A Tiger II of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in Budapest.

A Tiger II of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in the streets of Budapest.

A Tiger II of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in the streets of Budapest.

A Panzer crew camouflages their Tiger I in a Winter camo.

A Panzer crew camouflages their Tiger I in a Winter camo.

Russia, a Panzer crew is cleaning their Tiger 's cannon.

Russia, a Panzer crew is cleaning their Tiger ‘s cannon.

Soviet-Union during Operation "Zitadelle" a Tiger I with Turret number 323 getting checked.

Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I with Turret number 323 getting checked.

Soviet-Union during Operation "Zitadelle" a Tiger I receives new ammo.

Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I receives new ammo.

Soviet-Union during Operation "Zitadelle" a Tiger I received a hit.

Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I received a hit.

Soviet-Union during Operation "Zitadelle" a Tiger I next to a destroyed vehicle.

Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I next to a destroyed vehicle.

Soviet-Union during Operation "Zitadelle" a Tiger I with Turret number 323.

Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I with Turret number 323.

Soviet-Union near Ladogasee a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 receives new ammo.

Soviet-Union near Ladogasee a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 receives new ammo.

A soldier of the SS-Panzer-Division "Das Reich" stands in his Tiger's turret during the Battle for Kursk.

A soldier of the SS-Panzer-Division “Das Reich” stands in his Tiger’s turret during the Battle for Kursk.

The British Army in Tunisia 1943 The King inspects a captured German Tiger I tank in Tunis, June 1943.

The British Army in Tunisia 1943 The King inspects a captured German Tiger I tank in Tunis, June 1943.

Tiger I of Schwere SS-Panzer Abteilung 101 in Marle.

Tiger I of Schwere SS-Panzer Abteilung 101 in Marle.

A Tiger Tank receives new fuel and ammo on the Eastern Front.

A Tiger Tank receives new fuel and ammo on the Eastern Front.

Troops inspect a knocked out King Tiger tank in Le Plessis-Grimoult, 10 August 1944.

Troops inspect a knocked out King Tiger tank in Le Plessis-Grimoult, 10 August 1944.

Turretless King Tiger in Normandy

Turretless King Tiger in Normandy, France, 1944.

A Tiger II "Königstiger" of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in Budapest.

A Tiger II “Königstiger” of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in Budapest.

Wrecked German Tiger tanks in the rubble of Villers Bocage after the British had captured the town, 5 August 1944.Wrecked German Tiger tanks in the rubble of Villers Bocage after the British had captured the town, 5 August 1944.

Credits and thanks to: Imperial War Musuem, Bundesarchiv and ArchiveNormandie.

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3 Comments

  1. On 8th photo (“Four German heavy tanks at the Henschel tank testing ground at Haustenbeck near Paderborn, Germany, June 1945.”) There is *starting from the left) Panther, King Tiger , jagdtiger and again King Tiger. Note that both of the Königstigers have Porsche-designed turret.
    On another photo: “A Tiger II of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in the streets of Budapest.” there is also Hungarian Nimrod tank.
    Great photos BTW 🙂

  2. Cześć! Zainteresował mnie Twój wpis, czy zdjęcia o których piszesz, są dalej aktualne? O jakie miasto chodzi? Ja z W-wy. pozdro – Wojtek

  3. Paul /PAWEŁ on

    Beautifull photos . In July 44 near my Town rusian artillery detroyed 4 TIGERS – later send a photos , and photos of the Tiger parts .

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