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    KILLER Pz. IV Photo

    KILLER shot of a Combat Veteran Pz. IV with Battle Damage.
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    #2
    Great photo indeed!!
    Collecting Soviet orders and medals.

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      #3
      Outstanding!! Thank you for sharing.
      When you go home
      Tell them for us and say
      For your tomorrow
      We gave our today

      --Inscription in the 5th Marine Division cemetery,
      Iwo Jima 1945

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        #4
        Very nice indeed.

        It also looks like the rest of the crew are all looking at the driver as if to say "How did you manage to knock half the side off clutz"

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          #5
          that's the best ive seen in a longtime ????

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            #6
            Glad you all like the photo...

            From the condition, you can be assured that this photo was kept inside the rear pocket flap of the Soldbuch of one of the Pz. IV crewmen pictured...

            *** tigertank k98:

            I take it you tried to post 4 "Thumbs Up" graphics after your comment but they came out as question marks (same thing is happening to me - did it this morning in a PM). Still lots of kinks to work out in the "New WAF", but am very appreciative of those who "Saved the WAFs Whales" (I'd place a laughing smiley face graphic here, but would probably get a letter from the Greek Alphabet or the like :-) )
            Last edited by Hundestaffel; 06-30-2020, 03:48 PM.

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              #7
              Actually, it looks like the driver is hiding inside in shame and embarassment... Good old Panzer IV, a workhorse to war's end.

              ----It also looks like the rest of the crew are all looking at the driver as if to say "How did you manage to knock half the side off clutz"------

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                #8
                Great looking picture



                Andy

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                  #9
                  Hi,
                  Anybody know what unit its from and where ?

                  cheers lennard

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                    #10
                    That's a killer photo for sure, thanks for sharing????
                    I am looking for photos/documents related to
                    - II./SS-Panzer-Regiment 5
                    - SS-Frw.-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 48 'General Seyffardt'


                    http://www.militariaplaza.nl

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