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Postcard Pack 0016 (PC) - panzer-prints.com

P1026. Prepare to Ram, Operation Goodwood, Normandy, 18th July 1944 by David Pentland. <p> While probing forward near Cagny on the initial day of the Goodwood offensive, Lt John Gorman, a troop commander of 2nd Armoured Battalion, Irish Guards, suddenly found himself confronted by a Tiger II and three Tiger Is of the elite 503rd Heavy Tank Battalion. Supported by only one other Sherman, and aware that their 75mm guns would be ineffective against such monsters, he gave the order to his driver to ram the King tiger. Gormans tank Ballyragget succeeded in colliding with its target before the Tigers 88mm gun could be brought to bear on his Sherman, and with both tanks immobilised the crews quickly abandoned their tanks. Lt. Gorman, however, was not finished and making his way off the field, he returned shortly afterwards with a Sherman Firefly, to finish off the stricken Tiger II and one of the Tiger Is. For this action he was awarded the Military Cross, and his driver L/Cpl Baron the Military Medal. <b><p>Postcard<p> Postcard size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)
P1402. Tiger I of the 3rd SS Totenkopf Division, Poland 1944 by Randall Wilson. <p> The crew of a late model Tiger I of the 3rd SS Totenkopf Division, manage to take a short break from the fighting around Warsaw, during the German assault, having pushed the Soviet forces out of the city and across the Vistula River.<b><p>Postcard<p> Postcard size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)
P1501. Konigstiger Ausf B by Randall Wilson. <p> With assault troops on board, a king tiger from Schwere Panzer Abteilung 511 leads a Jagdpanther down a morning misty road May 1945. <b><p>Postcard<p> Postcard size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)
DHM0972PC. SS Panzer Grenadiers by Chris Collingwood. <p>The term Panzergrenadier was applied equally to both the infantry section of the German Panzer Divisons and was also used for the new Panzergrenadier Divisions.  The German army Panzergrenadier Divisions initially came from existing infantry divisions but were the first Divisons to be motorised.  These included the 3rd, 10th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 20th, 25th, and 29th divisions.  During the war special elite regiments such as the Grosdeutchland Division were created.  The Waffen SS also produced a number of panzergrenadier regiments.  Many army and Waffen SS regiments were upgraded to Panzer divisions during the later stages of the war.  The Panzergrenadier division usually consisted of six battalions of truck-mounted infantry organized into either two or three regiments, also a battalion of tanks and artillery were included along with sections of anti-tank, anti-aircraft and combat engineers.  Panzer grenadier divisions were often equipped with assault guns - <i>Stugs</i>.  Panzergrenadier divisions had one tank battalion less than a Panzer division but strengthened with two more infantry battalions.  Of 226 panzergrenadier battalions in the whole of the German Army, Waffen SS  (and some in the Luftwaffe ) in September 1943, only 26 were equipped with armoured half tracks, the remaining Panzergrenadier divisions were equipped with trucks.<b><p>Postcard<p>Postcard size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)

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Postcard Pack 0016 (PC)

PPACK0016. Postcard Pack 0016.

Titles include:
DHM1026 Prepare to Ram, Operation Goodwood, Normandy, 18th July 1944 by David Pentland.
DHM1402 Tiger I of the 3rd SS Totenkopf Division, Poland 1944 by Randall Wilson.
DHM1501 Konigstiger Ausf B by Randall Wilson.
DHM972 SS Panzer Grenadiers by Chris Collingwood.

Set of 4 postcards.

All postcards size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)

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P1026. Prepare to Ram, Operation Goodwood, Normandy, 18th July 1944 by David Pentland.

While probing forward near Cagny on the initial day of the Goodwood offensive, Lt John Gorman, a troop commander of 2nd Armoured Battalion, Irish Guards, suddenly found himself confronted by a Tiger II and three Tiger Is of the elite 503rd Heavy Tank Battalion. Supported by only one other Sherman, and aware that their 75mm guns would be ineffective against such monsters, he gave the order to his driver to ram the King tiger. Gormans tank Ballyragget succeeded in colliding with its target before the Tigers 88mm gun could be brought to bear on his Sherman, and with both tanks immobilised the crews quickly abandoned their tanks. Lt. Gorman, however, was not finished and making his way off the field, he returned shortly afterwards with a Sherman Firefly, to finish off the stricken Tiger II and one of the Tiger Is. For this action he was awarded the Military Cross, and his driver L/Cpl Baron the Military Medal.

Postcard

Postcard size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)


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P1402. Tiger I of the 3rd SS Totenkopf Division, Poland 1944 by Randall Wilson.

The crew of a late model Tiger I of the 3rd SS Totenkopf Division, manage to take a short break from the fighting around Warsaw, during the German assault, having pushed the Soviet forces out of the city and across the Vistula River.

Postcard

Postcard size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)


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P1501. Konigstiger Ausf B by Randall Wilson.

With assault troops on board, a king tiger from Schwere Panzer Abteilung 511 leads a Jagdpanther down a morning misty road May 1945.

Postcard

Postcard size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)


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DHM0972PC. SS Panzer Grenadiers by Chris Collingwood.

The term Panzergrenadier was applied equally to both the infantry section of the German Panzer Divisons and was also used for the new Panzergrenadier Divisions. The German army Panzergrenadier Divisions initially came from existing infantry divisions but were the first Divisons to be motorised. These included the 3rd, 10th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 20th, 25th, and 29th divisions. During the war special elite regiments such as the Grosdeutchland Division were created. The Waffen SS also produced a number of panzergrenadier regiments. Many army and Waffen SS regiments were upgraded to Panzer divisions during the later stages of the war. The Panzergrenadier division usually consisted of six battalions of truck-mounted infantry organized into either two or three regiments, also a battalion of tanks and artillery were included along with sections of anti-tank, anti-aircraft and combat engineers. Panzer grenadier divisions were often equipped with assault guns - Stugs. Panzergrenadier divisions had one tank battalion less than a Panzer division but strengthened with two more infantry battalions. Of 226 panzergrenadier battalions in the whole of the German Army, Waffen SS (and some in the Luftwaffe ) in September 1943, only 26 were equipped with armoured half tracks, the remaining Panzergrenadier divisions were equipped with trucks.

Postcard

Postcard size 6 inches x 4 inches (15cm x 10cm)


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