History of War

SERVICE HISTORY

“BARKMANN MADE GOOD HIS ESCAPE AFTER DESTROYING NINE SHERMANS AND SEVERAL OTHER SUPPORT VEHICLES IN A MATTER OF MINUTES”

About 250 Ausf. D Panthers entered service in January 1943 and took part in

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