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The teachings of tanks “Panther” Ausf. D the 10th Panzer division. France, autumn 1943.
Disguised “Panther” Ausf. G of the 2nd battalion of the 33rd Panzer regiment of the 9th Panzer division in the South of France. June 1944. The tank Lieutenant-General Blaskowitz, commander of army group “G”.
“Panther” Ausf. G from part of the 1st battalion of the 16th Panzer
the regiment, under Luneville. Western front, September 1944.
Engineers take up space on the “Panther” Ausf. G. Normandy, summer 1944. You can clearly see the Jack mounting and towing device on the rear of the housing.
“Panther” Ausf. G of the composition of the 12th SS Panzer division “Hitler youth” destroyed by fire “Shermans” 741'th tank battalion of the U.S. army. Belgium, district Krinkelt, December 1944.

Recon elements of 12.SS-Panzer-Division in the approaches to Krinkelt, Belgium December 18.
The Americans were quick to take advantage of the fog of the morning hours, dragging the German operational timeline into the negative. At this time the German moral was still very much intact, and a breakthrough into the Allied lines is shortcoming, albeit with heavy losses to the 277. Volks-Grenadier-Division who were covering the flanks of the approaching I.SS-Panzerkorps.