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Crew of a German Tiger I heavy tank resting beside a road during Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943, photo 1 of 2Crew of a German Tiger I heavy tank resting beside a road during Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943, photo 2 of 2German Panzer III crew of 2nd SS Panzer Division German soldiers of SS-Panzer Grenadier Division
Crew of a German Tiger I heavy tank resting beside a road during Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943, photo 1 of 2Crew of a German Tiger I heavy tank resting beside a road during Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943, photo 2 of 2German Panzer III crew of 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich' resting near Belgorod, Russia, Jul 1943German soldiers of SS-Panzer Grenadier Division 'Das Reich' advance through the southern Voronezh Front during Battle of Kursk, Jul 1943; note Panzer VI/Tiger I tank
Red Army machine gun crew during Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943T-34 armored recovery vehicle (ARV) towing a disabled tank at the Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943Russian Army ZIS-3 76.2mm divisional guns deployed in anti-tank roles at the Battle of Kursk, Jul 1943German Army Colonel General Hermann Hoth and Field Marshal Erich von Manstein studying a map during the Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943
Red Army machine gun crew during Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943T-34 armored recovery vehicle (ARV) towing a disabled tank at the Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943Russian Army ZIS-3 76.2mm divisional guns deployed in anti-tank roles at the Battle of Kursk, Jul 1943German Army Colonel General Hermann Hoth and Field Marshal Erich von Manstein studying a map during the Battle of Kursk, Russia, Jul 1943
Pavel Rotmistrov and another officer during the Battle of Kursk, Russia, mid-Jul 1943Soviet PTRD-41 anti-tank gun and crew near Kursk, Russia, 20 Jul 1943German tanks and armored vehicles on the battlefield at Kursk, Russia, 28 Jul 1943.Battlefield grave of German Corporal Heinz Kühl, who was killed at the Battle of Kursk on 21 Jul 1943
Pavel Rotmistrov and another officer during the Battle of Kursk, Russia, mid-Jul 1943Soviet PTRD-41 anti-tank gun and crew near Kursk, Russia, 20 Jul 1943German tanks and armored vehicles on the battlefield at Kursk, Russia, 28 Jul 1943.Battlefield grave of German Corporal Heinz Kühl, who was killed at the Battle of Kursk on 21 Jul 1943
Camouflaged SU-152 during Battle of Kursk, Aug 1943German Marder III tank destroyers at the Battle of Kursk, Russia, summer 1943German soldiers with Soviet SU-152 self-propelled gun, Kursk Oblast, Russia, Aug-Sep 1943German troops setting up a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 1 of 4
Camouflaged SU-152 during Battle of Kursk, Aug 1943German Marder III tank destroyers at the Battle of Kursk, Russia, summer 1943German soldiers with Soviet SU-152 self-propelled gun, Kursk Oblast, Russia, Aug-Sep 1943German troops setting up a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 1 of 4
German troops setting up a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 2 of 4German troops setting up a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 3 of 4German troops setting up a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 4 of 4Marder III Ausf. H tank destroyer during Battle of Kursk, Russia, summer 1943
German troops setting up a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 2 of 4German troops setting up a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 3 of 4German troops setting up a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher, near Kursk, Russia, summer 1943, photo 4 of 4Marder III Ausf. H tank destroyer during Battle of Kursk, Russia, summer 1943

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