Destroyed “Tiger” heavy tank in Villers-Bocage, Normandy

Destroyed "Tiger" heavy tank in Villers-Bocage, Normandy



German heavy tank PzKpfw VI «Tiger» №121 from the 101st SS Heavy Tank Battalion, which was destroyed by Allied aircraft in Villers-Bocage, Normandy, shortly after the famous battle when several “Tiger” heavy tanks crushed a British armored column, and one Michael Wittmann destroyed 11 tanks, two anti-tank guns and 13 armored personnel carriers.

 

 

Photography Location: Villers-Bocage, Normandy, France
Time taken: June 1944

In : 1944

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