Panzer_III_exploding_1942 - The major Allied offensive at Alamein in October 1942 reversed the losses sustained in July.
Panzer III DAK
A Panzer 3 Ausf N with schurzen panels and short barrled 75mm main gun. Note also the added applique armor bolted to the front giving the driver more protection
18-On the north-eastern front the enemy had penetrated deeply in several places. 16 Panzer Division's fighting strength was exhausted.
Panzer III Ausf. L’s and Panzer. VI Ausf. E (Tiger) assembled after unloading in Poltawa, February 1943. The Tigers are the early-production variant.
Burning Panzer III Ausf M fitted with schurzen.
A Stug 3 commander looks out the rear hatch of his tank
A true curiosity: this Panzerbefehlswagen (5 cm) Ausf. J (or field conversion) is outfitted with special winter tracks, no extra ...
Panzer III passing Italian troops Panzer III passing Italian troops