In Britain, showed the internal structure of the tank of the Second World War "Tiger" (Photo)

In Britain tank of the Second World War

Employees of the Bovington Museum of Tanks, which is in the British county of Dorset, near the military base of Camp Bovington, presented a series of detailed photos of the German tank Pz.Kpfw.Tiger Ausf.E ("Tiger"), which is in their exposition. Recall, "Tiger" - the German heavy tank of the Second World War, the prototype of which was the tank VK4501. For the first time, the Tigers took to the battle on August 29, 1942 near Leningrad, massively began to be used from the battle and capture of Kharkov in February-March 1943, were used by the Wehrmacht and SS troops until the end of World War II. The total number of cars produced is 1354 units. The cost of producing one tank is 800,000 Reichsmarks (twice as expensive as any tank of that time).

Source: telegraf

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