Panzerkampfwagen III Zugführerwagen

Pz Kpfw III Ausf. E or F in a victory parade in Rotterdam on the day of the Dutch capitulation. In the background can be seen Pz Kpfw I's, Pz Kpfw II's and a kl Pz Bef Wg.
Panzer-Regiment 33/9. Panzer-Division
1940-05-15
Pz Kpfw III Ausf. E or F in Nijswiller, The Netherlands, next to a Pz Kpfw II.
1940-05
The crew of a Pz Kpfw III Ausf. G rests in the sun after fighting at the Egyptian village As Sallum.
Panzer-Regiment 5/5. Leichte-Division
1941-06-30
Pz Kpfw III Ausf. J driving through a burning Russian village.
Panzer-Regiment 7/10. Panzer-Division
1941-10-11
Column of Pz Kpfw III Ausf. L's approaching a Russian village.
Panzer-Regiment 15/11. Panzer-Division
1941-10-29
Pz Kpfw III Ausf. L in Voronezh, passing tram waggon 51 of route 10 of the Voronezh tram lines.
24. Panzer-Division
1942-07-15
Pz Kpfw III Ausf. L on the main city square of Voronezh (Ploshchad' Lenina - Lenin's square, founded in 1937 and named in memory of the 20th anniversary of the October Revolution), in front of Voronezh Hotel. The hotel was constructed during the thirties, and was re-build after the war, after being damaged during the German invasion. The camouflage pattern on this Pz Kpfw III indicates that it was originally bound for North Africa.
16. Infanterie-Division (motoriziert)
1942-07-22
Pz Kpfw III on the road to Stalingrad.
1942-09-01
This Pz Kpfw III Ausf. L has slipped off its railroad transport wagon.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
Three Pz Kpfw III Ausf. N's with Pz Kpfw IV's outside Viborg, Denmark.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
Soldiers examine the damage of a knocked-out Pz Kpfw III Ausf. E or F.
Parked Pz Kpfw III Ausf. E or F, with a column of Pz Kpfw II's behind it.
This Pz Kpfw III Ausf. G, having slipped off the road, is being salvaged by an Sd Kfz 9.
Pz Kpfw III Ausf. G entering a river.
Soldiers remove debris, after the bridge collapsed under the weight of this Pz Kpfw III Ausf. G.
Column of Pz Kpfw III Ausf. H or J.
Pz Kpfw III Ausf. L. The string that runs down the gun barrel allowed the crew to quickly remove the muzzle cap from inside the tank. Note the gasoline barrel on the rear deck of the tank.
Pz Kpfw III retrofitted with amphibious gear as a Tauchpanzer.
Destroyed early Pz Kpfw III, with the graves of its crew.

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