TZ or tz may refer to:

  • The Twilight Zone
  • Tappan Zee Bridge
  • Tappan Zee High School, a public high school in Orangeburg, New York, United States
  • time zone
  • Sony Vaio TZ
  • tz database
  • the IATA code for Scoot
  • the IATA code for ATA Airlines
  • TZ, The chemical weapon designation of the United States military for saxitoxin, a bacterial sodium channel blocker
  • Tanzania, ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code
    • .tz, the country code top level domain (ccTLD) for Tanzania
  • Transformation Zone, a term used in cervical cancer therapy, the area of the cervix where dysplasia and abnormal cell growth occur
  • tz (newspaper), a German tabloid newspaper from Munich

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List Of Castles In Saxony-Anhalt - Börde District
... Castle, Peseckendorf Heinrichshorst Hunting Lodge, Rogätz Klutturm Rogätz, Rogätz Klein Santersleben Castle, Schackensleben Seggerde Castle, Seggerde ...
Sturm-Infanteriegeschütz 33B
... The Sturm-Infanteriegeschütz 33B was a German self-propelled heavy infantry gun used during World War II ... was built on the chassis of the Sturmgeschütz III ... and Doyle say that Alkett was ordered in July 1941 to convert a dozen Sturmgeschütz III Ausf ...
List Of Compositions By Heinrich Schütz
... are almost 500 known compositions by Heinrich Schütz ... Listed here are most of his compositions in the order of the SWV (Schütz-Werke-Verzeichnis) catalog ...
Sturmbrigade Reichsführer SS - Tanks & Assault Guns
... on Panzer IV's but were issued with Sturmgeschütz III in the spring and summer of 1943 ... Apr 43 RFSS-Sturmgeschütz Battery was formed with 10x Sturmgeschütz III ... Jul 43 RFSS-Sturmgeschütz Battalion was formed with 10x Sturmgeschütz III in each Sturmgeschütz Battery (1.-3.Batteries) ...
Leopold Wilhelm Von Dobschütz - Military Career - Sixth Coalition
... Dobschütz deceived his opponent into thinking he had a military force that did not in fact exist - of 4.5 battalions and 5 squadrons the infantry was defective and the cavalry and artillery ... On 4 August 1813 Dobschütz was promoted to major-general in command of IV Army Corps ("von Tauentzien"), a reserve corps ... Tauentzien (supreme commander) and Major-General von Dobschütz (commander of the blockade and siege of Wittenberg), Obrist v ...