The Tunisia Campaign was a series of battles that took place in Tunisia during the North African Campaign of the Second World War, between Axis and Allied forces. 

The abandoned and burnt a German tank Pz. Kpfw. IV Tunisia, North Africa. 1943 (Ronnie Bell_Flickr)

A German Mark III tank knocked out by 37mm American artillery. Kasserine Pass, Tunisia. 25 February 1943 (III-SC 170116, NARA,

Destroyed Marder. Enfidavill, Tunisia (Krueger Horst_Flickr)

A German Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf. L (Sd.Kfz. 141/1) knocked out by an American 37mm antitank gun, Kasserine Pass, Tunisia. 25 February 1943. The turret has been dislocated from the turret ring, probably by an internal explosion (calvin tynes_Pinterest)

A German medium tank Mark IV knocked out by American artillery fire, Kasserine Pass area, Tunisia (

A German medium tank Mark IV mounting a 75-mm high-velocity gun knocked out, Tebourba, Tunisia.1943 (

Tiger tank Knocked out at Hunt's Gap, Tunisia. Battle of Hunt's Gap: (February 27-March 2) Kampfgruppe Lang ('battle group including Tiger tanks and Panzer-Grenadiers) attempts to drive west through Sidi Nsir valley but is defeated by lone British infantry brigade (

German Mark VI Tiger tank captured, Kasserine Pass area, Tunisia (DA photograph,

American soldiers looking over destroyed German equipment after the battle of El Guettar, Tunisia. April 1943 (Eliot 

Wrecked German equipment after the battle of El Guettar, Tunisia. April 1943 (Eliot

German Panzerkampfwagen IV that was knocked out during the battle for El Guettar, Tunisia (

There is a very famous sequence of photos of German tanks (Pz IV/Tiger) being demolished by US Engineers in Tunisia and you can see the way they end up (

Guardsmen of the Scots Guards inspect a knocked-out German PzKpfw IV tank near Medenine, Tunisia. 12 March 1943 (

Tiger 131 is examined by troops hours after it was captured in Tunisia in 1943 (

The King inspects a captured German Tiger I tank in Tunis, June 1943 (

Captured Tiger tank crewed by Americans, Tunisia, 1943 (

A captured German Tiger I tank, 6 May 1943 (

One of the Tigers from 2.Kompanie, sPzAbt.504, lost in the first days following the Allied landings on Tunisia on 10 July 1943 (

Captured Tiger I number 121 of Schwere Abteilung 501 in Tunisia DAK Afrika Korps (

Captured Tiger I number 121 of the Schwere Panzer Abteilung 504 - sPzAbt. 504 (

Destroyed Tiger I number 121 of Schwere Panzer Abteilung 501 Afrika Korps DAK Tunisia (

British troops and local civilians examine a knocked-out German PzKpfw VI Tiger tank 19July 1943 (

Knocked out tanks Tunis photo's used in LIFE magazine (

Sequence of photos of American soldiers inspecting a captured German armored car and tank, Tunisia. 1943 (

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