German heavy/medium armour

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Albert Speer inspecting a Panther
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Yes, has not been driven since Oct/Nov 1944 and no dings. :D

I also have a couple of Finnish StuG's, a T-34/85, three of T-26's. Also some Finnish British tanks WW2 era and post. Also various Soviet era armour of all types, including...;)
 
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Great example of the shell trap / ricochet problem with the early Panther's curved gun mantle, which the Germans corrected with the Panther G. In this case the turret is at a 90 degree angle to the hull, so this is a side hull penetration. not downward into the radio operator's position in the front.


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