Medium tank T-34/85

Znojmo

The wreck of a T-34-85 from Factory No.112 early production run with the turret number 421 which formed part of the inventory of 25. Pz.Div. Another T-34-85 tank (also from Factory No.112 early production) from 25. Pz.Div. with the turret number "423" was also photographed in south Moravia. The division still recorded three T-34 tanks in its inventory on 27th March 1945.

(From "AFV Photo Album" Vol.2 Canfora Publishing)

The wreck of a T-34-85 from Factory No.112 early production run with the turret number 421 which formed part of the inventory of 25. Pz.Div. The driver's hatch, its hinges originaly welded to the hull and the lower splashguard are are missing entirely. Another T-34-85 tank (also from Factory No.112 early production) from 25. Pz.Div. with the turret number "423" was also photographed in south Moravia. The division still recorded three T-34 tanks in its inventory on 27th March 1945.

(From "AFV Photo Album" Vol.2 Canfora Publishing)

(From "AFV Photo Album" Vol.2 Canfora Publishing)

Destroyed germans captured T-34/85 and two turetless T-34 used as bergepanzer. Znojmo, 1945.

(Picture from http://www.dolin.estranky.cz/fotoalbum/FOTO-1939-1945/Hrusky-1945/658)

T-34-85 from 6Pz.Div Znojmo, Czechoslovakia, 1945.

(From HPM 3/2006 magazine)

-34 tank hull (probably T/85 with hard edge nose bar) with the German Balkenkreuz in the centre of the side plate that probably belonged to the 6. Pz.Div.. There is an interesting device welded on the lower glacis which is very similar to the Cullin hedgerow cutter used by Allied tanks in Normandy in 1944. The splashguard over the driver's hatch is broken. To the left of the hatch is a Notek headlight base. On the photo background is the turret of another T-34/85 tank.

(From "AFV Photo Album" Vol.2 Canfora Publishing)

-34 tank hull (probably T/85 with hard edge nose bar) with the German Balkenkreuz in the centre of the side plate that probably belonged to the 6. Pz.Div.. There is an interesting device welded on the lower glacis which is very similar to the Cullin hedgerow cutter used by Allied tanks in Normandy in 1944. The splashguard over the driver's hatch is broken. To the left of the hatch is a Notek headlight base. On the photo background is the turret of another T-34/85 tank.

(From "AFV Photo Album" Vol.2 Canfora Publishing)