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Page 7 Created 1st March 2000.

These pages contain a selection of Tiger Tank photographs
from the Tank Museum collection. For further information,
prices, and how to order, click the link below any photo.

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Tank Museum photo No. 2398/F/5

Another still from the recognition film of TIGER 131 made in Tunisia. From hiding behind the bank the tank rears up and comes crashing down towards the camera. Hardly an exciting or well-focussed still, but an impressive part of the movie.

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Tank Museum photo No. 4209/E/1

This newly discovered photograph shows the leading Tiger knocked out on the Robaa Road, viewed from the rear, and still burning. The 6th Armoured Division Valentine is just visible on the left.

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Tank Museum photo No. 2398/F/2

Tiger I with resilient road wheels and late pattern cupola probably during training or trials. The tank lacks secondary armament and has a cover over the muzzle of the eighty-eight.

Uniform experts might care to comment upon the unusual assortment of garments.


Not just a photo.... a complete book !

Available now! Tiger on CD, a Compact Disk version of David Fletcher's book "TIGER A British View".

Originally published by HMSO, and out of print for many years the book has been digitally transferred to web pages on CD, by the Archive Britain Campaign, for the Tank Museum, and is now available from the Tank Museum shop at 9.95 plus postage & packing.

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(For PC with CD-ROM drive, Windows 9x/NT4x & IE4+)
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