La bataille de Koursk, l'authentique histoire de cette bataille ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHeBfSZDUVc

La bataille de Koursk, l'authentique histoire de cette bataille ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHeBfSZDUVc

2. Russian soldiers are praying moments before the battle of Kursk

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Russian soldiers preparing for the Battle of Kursk, July 1943 Image credits: Shirak Karapetyan-Milshtein - photograph was created in for a photo competition. It is based on archive photos from the war in Russia in

Tiger tank at Kursk | Pz. Kpfw. VI "Tiger tank of the SS "Da… | Flickr

mavitpzv: “ Panzer VI “Tiger” and panzergrenadier of the SS Panzer Division “Das Reich”, most likely on the Kursk salient, ”

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What defeat looks like: a German soldier next to his dead comrade, Battle of Kursk, Russia.

Une attaque des blindés soviétiques pendant la bataille de Koursk

Une attaque des blindés soviétiques pendant la bataille de Koursk

OMG, he is just a baby!  A young Soviet soldier, severely injured, crawls towards his German captors after surrendering during the Battle of Kursk. 5 July 1943 - 23 August 1943.

bag-of-dirt: “ A young Soviet soldier, severely injured, crawls towards his German captors after surrendering during the Battle of Kursk. Although the battle would end in a decisive Soviet victory,.

World War II. Soviet artillerymen of a 120 mm mortar battery firing against the enemy positions, 6 July 1943. The Battle of Kursk, Russia. Photograph by Efim Kopyt.

World War II. Soviet artillerymen of a 120 mm mortar battery firing against the enemy positions, 6 July The Battle of Kursk, Russia. The blink of an eye

A knocked out German Panzer & one if its supporting infantry at the Battle of Kursk (5 July-23 August 1943). A war of attrition; the USSR out produced Germany and this is what did for the Nazis. The USSR could produce 10 tanks for every 1 German tank.

A burning Panzer IV next to a German KIA somewhere in the Russian plain, summer 1943 or The Panzer appears to have been disabled by a direct hit on the right side.

Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Ausf. D (Sd.Kfz. 171) Nr. 433  Série de clichés déclassés pris courant 1943 lors de l'évaluation d'un Panther capturé sans doute intact ou en panne lors de la bataille de Koursk et envoyé ensuite en Angleterre. Ses caractéristiques ainsi que ses faiblesses sont passées au crible par les ingénieurs de l'armée Britannique.

A Panther V Ausf. D (Sd. 433 recovered by the Russians after the Battle of Kursk. It was used to gain valuable intell about this new threat to Soviet Armor.

German soldiers march before a "Tiger" tank during the Battle of Kursk ...

German soldiers of SS-Panzer Grenadier Division 'Das Reich' advance through the southern Voronezh Front during Battle of Kursk, Jul note Panzer VI/Tiger I tank Photographer Friedrich Zschäckel Source German Federal Archive

In mid-July of 1943, "Tiger" tanks of the German Army during the heavy fighting south of Orel, during the Battle of Kursk. From July until August of 1943, the region around Kursk would see the largest series of armored battles in history, as Germans brought some 3,000 of their tanks to engage more than 5,000 Soviet tanks.

[Photo] German Panzer VI/Tiger I tanks passing burning buildings during the Battle of Kursk in Orel (Oryol), Russia, mid-Jul 1943

The Battle of Kursk took place when German and Soviet forces confronted each other on the Eastern Front during World War II in the vicinity of the city of Kursk, (450 kilometers / 280 miles south of Moscow) in the Soviet Union in July and August 1943. It remains both the largest series of armored clashes, including the Battle of Prokhorovka, and the costliest single day of aerial warfare in history. It was the final strategic offensive the Germans were able to mount in the east. The…

Red Army machine gun crew during Battle of Kursk, Russia, in July,

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