Panzerkampfwagen


, Last update: January 7 2016,
The Panzermuseum in Munster is very recommendable. The tanks and vehicles are out there to be freely walked around or touched. The collection is very complete and everything is...

, Last update: December 6 2015,
The treaty of Versailles prevented post WW1 Germany from possessing armoured vehicles or tanks. However Germany, in all secrecy, did produce 15 type I tank hulls without superstructures in...

, Last update: February 5 2015,
The Panzerkampfwagen II was an improvement of the Panzerkampfwagen I. It carried, next to a machine gun, a 20mm automatic weapon capable of firing a high explosive round and...

, Last update: December 6 2015,
The development of the panzerkampfwagen III started in 1935. Daimler Benz produced 10 vehicles of 15 ton with a 3,7cm gun in the turret. In 1937 the Panzerkampfwagen III...

, Last update: December 6 2015,
The Panzerkampfwagen mark IV was the workhorse of the Wehrmacht. It was the first panzer in the 20 ton class when production started in 1937. It was the first...

, Last update: September 9 2016,
Panzerkampfwagen V, Sd.Kfz.171 is much better known as the "Panther”. Its origin started back in 1941, when the Wehrmacht was unpleasantly surprised by the capabilities of the opposing T34...

, Last update: May 21 2017,
Much better known as the mighty "Tiger". The story of the Tiger started a little different than other panzers. During the Spanish civil war, Hitler declared he supported Franco,...

, Last update: June 19 2015,
The "Königstiger" or "King Tiger" was the biggest and latest production tank of the German Wehrmacht. Even if it carried the name Tiger type VI ausf. B, or as...




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