Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, 1944, photo 1 of 2Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, 1944, photo 2 of 2A column of German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers on a road, Russia, Jan-Feb 1944, photo 1 of 2A column of German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers on a road, Russia, Jan-Feb 1944, photo 2 of 2
Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, 1944, photo 1 of 2Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, 1944, photo 2 of 2A column of German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers on a road, Russia, Jan-Feb 1944, photo 1 of 2A column of German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers on a road, Russia, Jan-Feb 1944, photo 2 of 2
Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, Feb 1944, photo 1 of 3Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, Feb 1944, photo 2 of 3Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, Feb 1944, photo 3 of 3A camouflaged crane replacing the PaK 43 gun of a German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, Mar 1944
Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, Feb 1944, photo 1 of 3Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, Feb 1944, photo 2 of 3Camouflaged German Army Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, Feb 1944, photo 3 of 3A camouflaged crane replacing the PaK 43 gun of a German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Italy, Mar 1944
A column of German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers on a road, Vitebsk, Bellorussia, Mar 1944A Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer amidst a column of German vehicles, Vitebsk, Bellorussia, Mar 1944German Army motorcycle dispatcher speaking to crew of a Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Russia, Mar 1944German crew changing the track of a Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, near Vitebsk, Bellorussia, Mar 1944
A column of German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers on a road, Vitebsk, Bellorussia, Mar 1944A Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer amidst a column of German vehicles, Vitebsk, Bellorussia, Mar 1944German Army motorcycle dispatcher speaking to crew of a Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Russia, Mar 1944German crew changing the track of a Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, near Vitebsk, Bellorussia, Mar 1944
German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers and crews in Russia, Mar 1944German vehicles in a Russian village, Mar 1944; note Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer in backgroundTwo German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers near Vitebsk, Bellorussia, Mar 1944Two German soldiers on a Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Russia, Mar 1944
German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers and crews in Russia, Mar 1944German vehicles in a Russian village, Mar 1944; note Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer in backgroundTwo German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyers near Vitebsk, Bellorussia, Mar 1944Two German soldiers on a Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer, Russia, Mar 1944
German Tiger I heavy tank and Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer in Italy, Apr-May 1944; note disabled American M4 Sherman medium tank between themTroops of the of the Westminster Regiment, 5th Canadian Armoured Brigade posing on a disabled Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer near Pontecorvo, Italy, 26 May 1944German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer on display at the United States Army Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, United States, 12 Jun 2007
German Tiger I heavy tank and Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer in Italy, Apr-May 1944; note disabled American M4 Sherman medium tank between themTroops of the of the Westminster Regiment, 5th Canadian Armoured Brigade posing on a disabled Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer near Pontecorvo, Italy, 26 May 1944German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer on display at the United States Army Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, United States, 12 Jun 2007
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