German Tanks from World War Two in Fine Art Prints
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Norrey en Bessin, Normandy, 11th July 1944. A counter attack by the Panthers of Obersturmfuhrer Hans Siegels 8th Company, SS-Panzer Regiment 12, along with Panzer Grenadiers of the 26th Regiment, virtually destroyed a breakthrough by the Canadian 1st Hussars and Queens Own Rifles of Canada.
Item Code : DP0173
Closing the Door by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Feldwebel Heinz Gärtner - Where is Hill 128 by David Pentland.
Mor, Hungary, 1st January 1945. Feldwebel Heinz Gärtner and Oberleutnant von Rosen, plus a handful of other King Tigers of Heavy Tank battalion 503, searched for the units objective, Hill 128. Despite heavy snow and poor visibility, the Tigers found and took the hill, routing the strong Soviet defences present. By the end of the war Feldwebel Gärtner had destroyed 103 enemy tanks.
Item Code : DP0157
Feldwebel Heinz Gärtner - Where is Hill 128 by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Feldwebel Johann Muller - Tigers to the Front by David Pentland.
Lake Ladoga, Leningrad 13th January 1943. Feldwebel Muller of 1st Company, Heavy Tank battalion 502, was mentioned in dispatches for his actions in the Second Battle of Lake Ladoga. During the Soviet offensive he accounted for some 25 enemy tanks and by the end of the war he had destroyed 50.
Item Code : DP0154
Feldwebel Johann Muller - Tigers to the Front by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Tscherkassy Pocket, Russia, 13th February 1944. The two Tiger Is of Feldwebel Heinz Gartner and Oberfahnrich Heinrich Rondorf, of Heavy Tank battalion 503 destroyed a surprise Soviet counter attack by some 15 T-34s from Chishinzy village. By now the relief force Panzer Regiment Bake of which they are part were only a few days away from opening a corridor to the Korsun pocket. By the end of the war these two tank commanders had destroyed 103 and 106 enemy tanks respectively.
Item Code : DP0156
Guard Duty by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Juno Beach, Normandy, 6th June 1944. Sdkfz 232 armoured cars of 12th SS Reconnaissance Battalion commanded by Obersturmfuhrer Peter Hansmann observe the Canadian beachhead at Juno Beach. His small tram was tasked with finding out if an invasion was actually underway and it drove some 80km, arriving at the coast near Tracy at 7.30 in the morning to witness the landings in progress.
Item Code : DP0174
D-Day Recce by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Kursk, Russia, 5th July 1943. Tiger I's of the 505th Heavy Tank Battalion attacking towards Podoljan, and on to Butyrki. By the end of the day the assault had destroyed the Soviet 15th Infantry Division, and thrown the whole 70th Army into crisis!
Item Code : DP0250
Tigers - 505th at Kursk by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Caen, Normandy, 7th June 1944. Panzer IVGs of 7th Company, 2nd Panzer Battalion, 12th SS Division, supporting Panzer Grenadiers fron the 2nd Battalion, 25th Panzer Grenadier Regiment, in their attack on St Contest and Gamanche. Both objectives were successfully taken, and along with other simultaneous attacks the Canadian advance was stalled in front of Caen.
Item Code : DP0172
First Response by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Oberfahnrich Heinrich Rondorf - Jagdtiger at Bay by David Pentland.
Iserlohn, Rhur, 15th April 1945. In the closing days of the war, US forces surrounded the town of Iserlohn. Lying in wait, Oberfanrich Rondorf destroyed 3 of the advancing Shermans, bringing his total score of enemy tanks destroyed to 106 - at least 5 of these in the giant Jagdtiger. This action was the last for Panzerjager Battalion 512, as it surrendered itself and the town the following day.
Item Code : DP0155
Oberfahnrich Heinrich Rondorf - Jagdtiger at Bay by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Abbey DArdenne, Normandy, 8th July 1944. Commander of 3rd Company, SS-Panzer Regiment 12, Obersturmfuhrer Rudolf von Ribbentrop, shelters within the walls of the Abbey DArdenne. After a full day of battle against the Canadians, the remaining Panthers of the unit along with Panzer Grenadiers of 25th Reminet managed to halt their advance just in front of the divisional headquarters at the abbey.