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Knocked out jagdphanter to near Remagen bridge.

A Jagdpanther destroyed by a U. Jackson belonging to the Tank Destroyer Battalion.

Caption this!  "Damn it Joe! You didn't put the black powder in!"

Some older bridges would collapse under the weight of tanks like this Panther Ausf D requiring recovery crews to become very creative in order to remove these tanks from difficult situations.

2nd Infantry Division

Sherman Tank of the Tank Battalion, attached to Infantry Division. First Army, crosses an improvised bridge in Germany, 9 March Note the Rhino device (hedgerow cutter) on the front.

Elefant Tank Destroyer, with dead crew member. (Elefant: German for "Elephant") was a heavy tank destroyer used by German Wehrmacht Panzerjägers during World War II. It was built in small numbers in 1943 under the name Ferdinand after its designer Ferdinand Porsche, using tank hulls that had been produced for the Tiger I tank requirement which was rejected in favour of a Henschel design.

Elefant Tank Destroyer, with dead crew member. (Elefant: German for "Elephant") was a heavy tank destroyer used by German Wehrmacht Panzerjägers during World War II. It was built in small numbers in 1943 under the name Ferdinand after its designer Ferdinand Porsche, using tank hulls that had been produced for the Tiger I tank requirement which was rejected in favour of a Henschel design.

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