Panzer V ausf G/ Panther I 'Cuckoo'

Panzer V ausf G/ Panther I 'Cuckoo'
This Panther tank was captured by the British 6th Guards Tank Brigade, during fighting after the failure of the attack at Arnhem. It was pressed into service, and survived until a lack of spare parts forced it to be abandoned.
Panther Medium Tank, 1942-45, Stephen A. Hart, Osprey New Vanguard 67. This look at what was probably the best German tank of the Second World War concentrates on the technical development of the Panther. The text is divided into chapters on each of the major versions of the Panther, looking at their development, production, deployment and combat career. As a result the text flows well, and each new development is placed properly in its context. [see more]
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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (4 August 2008), Panzer V ausf G/ Panther I 'Cuckoo', http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_panther_I_panzer_V_ausf_G_british.html

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