Presented to you are most probably 42 of the best images that may be found to the German Panzerkampfwagen VI (Tiger I. u. Tiger II) (Sd.Kfz 182) Tank.
A captured German Tiger I tank, 6 May 1943.
A captured German Tiger I tank, 18 May 1943.
A German Tiger I tank on its side in a ditch, north of Rome, and an American lorry in the background driving past.
A soldier of 10th Durham Light Infantry digs in close to a knocked-out German Tiger tank at Rauray, 28 June 1944. Note in front of the tank a fallen German soldier.
British troops and local civilians examine a knocked-out German PzKpfw VI Tiger tank, 19 July 1943.
Budapest during Operation “Greif” a Tiger II “Königstiger” of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in a street.
The crew of a Tiger Tank of the Waffen-SS load new ammunition for a new attack near Bjelgorod during the Battle for Kursk.
Four German heavy tanks at the Henschel tank testing ground at Haustenbeck near Paderborn, Germany, June 1945.
France, a Tiger II “Königstiger” receives a new camouflage.
France near Villers-Bocage, a Tiger Tank crew camouflages its Panzer, SS-Leibstandarte “Adolf Hitler”
France, Villers-Bocage a knocked out German Tiger I between ruins of houses. Note the LAH symbol.
A German Tanker probably spray s a Tiger II “Königstiger” with a new camouflage.
France, Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger II “Königstiger” with Porscheturm.
France, Panzer VI “Tiger I” (Turret number 331) of the SS-Panzer-Division “AH” in early 1944.
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme commander of the Allied expeditionary forces, inspects an overturned German tank left by a roadside in France by the retreating enemy.
German PzKpfw VI Tiger tank overturned during the Allied heavy bombing at the beginning of Operation ‘Goodwood’, July 1944.
German Tiger I tank captured in Tunisia, on display at Horse Guards Parade in London, 18 November 1943.
Russia, an Anti-Tank grenade hit the hard armor of a Tiger.
Italy, a Panzerkampfwagen VI “Tiger I” during reparation.
Italy near Nettuno, a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 508.
Italy near Nettuno, a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 508 in front of the Monument Vittorio Emmanuale II.
North of France, a Panzer VI “Tiger I” with Turret number 131 of the SS-Panzer-Division “AH”.
Russia, Tiger I in a fortified position or tank trap.
A Tiger II of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in Budapest.
A Tiger II of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in the streets of Budapest.
A Panzer crew camouflages their Tiger I in a Winter camo.
Russia, a Panzer crew is cleaning their Tiger ‘s cannon.
Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I with Turret number 323 getting checked.
Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I receives new ammo.
Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I received a hit.
Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I next to a destroyed vehicle.
Soviet-Union during Operation “Zitadelle” a Tiger I with Turret number 323.
Soviet-Union near Ladogasee a Tiger I of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 receives new ammo.
A soldier of the SS-Panzer-Division “Das Reich” stands in his Tiger’s turret during the Battle for Kursk.
The British Army in Tunisia 1943 The King inspects a captured German Tiger I tank in Tunis, June 1943.
Tiger I of Schwere SS-Panzer Abteilung 101 in Marle.
A Tiger Tank receives new fuel and ammo on the Eastern Front.
Troops inspect a knocked out King Tiger tank in Le Plessis-Grimoult, 10 August 1944.
Turretless King Tiger in Normandy, France, 1944.
A Tiger II “Königstiger” of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 503 in Budapest.
Wrecked German Tiger tanks in the rubble of Villers Bocage after the British had captured the town, 5 August 1944.
Credits and thanks to: Imperial War Museum, Bundesarchiv and ArchiveNormandie.