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  2. The Tactical Hermit · December 8, 2018

    Great piece with some wonderful pictures. Appreciate it.
    I have a collection of Tiger I photos on a flash drive and I will be adding this one.
    Majestic and Awesome piece of German War Engineering.
    BTW, If any of you want to read two awesome WW2 novels, check out The Last Citadel and War of the Rats by David L. Robbins.

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    • vikinglifeblog · December 8, 2018

      Thanks, for the tip. Yes, there is something about those big German cats.

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