The German Jagdpanther is widely regarded as one of the best, if not the best, tank destroyers of WWII. The performance of the 8.8cm PaK gun and the need for effective, mobile anti-tank weapons was well understood by the Germans.

After finishing the race a small number of PzKpfw V...read more


The Jagdpanther was a German tank destroyer; it had a fixed gun (i.e. no turret) and was based on the chassis of the Panther tank. To accommodate the gun the sides of the Panther tank were extended up to provide a roomy interior, while maintaining a very low profile....read more


The Battle of Normandy was the beginning of the 'Great Crusade' in Northern Europe by the Western Allies. The air and seaborne landings in Northern France were the largest the world has ever seen, with meticulous planning for D-Day, yet marked by a surfeit of...read more


Still in amazing condition, with minimal corrosion due to the lack of oxygen in the bog, this Sturmgeschütz IV (StuG IV) German assault gun was pulled from a bog in 2010 in Poland.  Imagine how horrific it must have been sitting inside of these tanks and such with shells hitting them, brings...read more

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In the dark days of the Cold War, communist Bulgaria fortified its border with Turkey, which was a member of the rival NATO alliance, by embedding scores of Soviet and Nazi tanks in a network of concrete bunkers. The bunkers have been abandoned for years.

In 2004, Bulgaria joined NATO....read more

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