Heavy Panzer Battalion

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History Of The Tank - Between The Wars
... M1 Combat Car M2 Light Tank Morris-Martel Panzer I Panzer II LT vz ... Char D2 Medium Mk I Medium Mk II Medium Mk III Panzer III T-24 T-28 Type 97 Cavalry, Cruiser or Fast AMC 34 AMC 35 AMR 33 AMR 35 BT tank Cruiser Mk I Cruiser Mk II Cruiser Mk III SOMUA S35 Infantry FCM 36 ... In addition to the light and heavy categories of American-produced tanks of World War I, a third classification, the medium, began receiving attention in 1919 ...
SS Heavy Panzer Battalion 102
... The 102nd SS Heavy-Panzer Battalion 102 (German Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 102) was a heavy-tank battalion of the Waffen SS during World War II ... It fought as part of the II SS Panzer Corps during the Battle of Normandy and was nearly destroyed ... Renamed as 502nd SS Heavy-Panzer Battalion, (German Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 502) the unit was destroyed by the Russians in the Halbe Pocket in Spring 1945 ...
List Of Knight's Cross Recipients Of The SS Heavy Panzer Battalions - Knight's Cross - SS Heavy Panzer Battalion 102
... Egger, Obersturmführer, 1 Company, 502 SS Heavy Panzer Battalion, 28 April 1945 Kurt Hartrampf, Sturmbannführer, 502 SS Heavy Panzer Battalion, 28 April 1945 Alois Kalss, Obersturmführer, 1 ...
List Of Knight's Cross Recipients Of The SS Heavy Panzer Battalions - Knight's Cross - SS Heavy Panzer Battalion 103
... Untersturmführer, 1 Company, 503 SS Heavy Panzer Battalion 29 April 1945 Friedrich Herzig, Sturmbannführer, 503 SS Heavy Panzer Battalion, 29 ...
List Of Knight's Cross Recipients Of The SS Heavy Panzer Battalions - See Also
... 101 SS Heavy Panzer Battalion 102 SS Heavy Panzer Battalion 103 SS Heavy Panzer Battalion German heavy tank battalions ...

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