What is panzer?

  • (noun): An armored vehicle or tank.
    See also — Additional definitions below


Panzer /ˈpænzər/ is a German language word that means either tank or armour.

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William N. Panzer
... William Norton Panzer (September 6, 1942 – March 18, 2007), also referred to as Bill Panzer, was an American television and film producer best known as one half of Davis-Panzer Inc ... Panzer was born in New York City and educated at Princeton University ... Panzer then partnered Phos Cine Productions in New York, making commercials and industrial films for seven years ...
Panzer Division Marduk
... Panzer Division Marduk is the sixth studio album by Swedish black metal band Marduk ... Panzer Division Marduk was the last Marduk release by Osmose Productions ... The 2008 reissue of the album featured a Panzer VI E "Tiger" on its cover, reinforcing the Germanic WWII theme of the album ...
Kampfgruppe Weidinger
... or Battlegroup) Weidinger was a formation from the 2nd SS Panzer Division "Das Reich" that was formed to support the attack of II SS Panzer Corps at the tail end of Operation Epsom in the ... It took its name from the commander of the 4th SS Panzer-Grenadier Regiment "Der Führer", SS-Obersturmbannführer Otto Weidinger ...
Panzer Corps
... A panzer corps (German Panzerkorps) was a military formation type in the German Wehrmacht during World War II ... when the motorised corps (Armeekorps (mot) or AK(mot)) were renamed to panzer corps ... Panzer corps were created throughout the war, and existed in all service arms of the Wehrmacht except the Navy ...
... Panzer /ˈpænzər/ is a German language word that means either tank or armour ... In English and some other languages, Panzer is a loanword from the German Panzer ( ), meaning "armour" ... is also used in the compounds Panzerdivision, ‘panzer division’ and dated Panzerkampfwagen, ‘tank’ or literally ‘armoured combat vehicle’ (the modern synonym is ...

More definitions of "panzer":

  • (adj): Equipped with armored vehicles.
    Example: "A panzer division"