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 Teniente) October 13, 2016

The Maybach 230 engine was sounding great at Tiger day 2014, and the bad weather really added to the tough look of the authentic Tiger I. Read the following passionate commentary written by a user, it's exciting:

"I like American tanks...but man....the Tiger I....this tank out of ALL...read more

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 Teniente) October 13, 2016

The hand crank starter, is the recommended way of starting a Tiger in cold weather conditions, it also has an electric starter. The inertia starter " Schwungmasse " works by rotating a heavy mass at speed, once it reaches 60rpm a lever is pulled below the hand cranking arm, this pushes the drive...read more

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According to Steven Zaloga, the IS-2 and Tiger I could knock each other out in normal combat distances below 1000 m. At longer ranges the performance of each respective tank against each other was dependent on the crew and combat situation. The September 1944...read more

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This Tiger II with Fahrgestell number 280112, was made at the Henschel und Sohn, Kassel, Nordhessen, the turret was made at Wegmann & Co, Kassel, Nordhessen, Germany.
Many claim that this Tiger II, belonged to the 1st Company, 101 SS.s.Abt and carried the turret number 233, others...read more

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 HQ Batallón) July 03, 2016

This Tiger II with hull number 280243 was built in September 1944. The turret number 332 is from s.SS Pz.Abt. 501. It was abandoned near Trois-Ponts, and was captured by the US Army on 24 December 1944. The left side was cut open for educational purposes at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in the...read more

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 Teniente) June 23, 2016
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The early model Tiger I was a powerful beast designed specifically to deal with the shockingly good armor that was being fielded by the Soviets on the Eastern Front. Pound for pound the Tiger was an ungodly beast that could take on any tank it came across with extreme...read more

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 Teniente) May 24, 2016

David Willey, The Tank Museum Curator and co-author of the Tiger Tank Owner’s Workshop Manual, presents this Tank Chat on the subject of the most famous tank in the Bovington collection- and perhaps the world – the German Tiger Tank from the Second World War.read more

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 Teniente) May 11, 2016

The latest in the series, Richard "The Challenger" Cutland takes a closer look at the Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I Ausf.E (SdKfz 181). The first episode offers a short introduction to Tiger 131's history. Discover this beautiful tank by visiting the Tank Museum in Bovington, UK.read more

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 Teniente) January 20, 2016

A recreation of the famous five-turreted T-35 tank, made by workers at the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company in Yekaterinburg, was on display in the Russian town on Tuesday. 

Mechanics and engineers at the Company worked for more than five months to recreate the design of the famous...read more

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