The War Illustrated No 186 Vol 8 August 4th 1944

HO WARE THE MIGHTY FALLEN !This German 60-ton Tiger tank, shorn forever of its deadly power and now hurled on its side and with one track missing, yet retains one degree of usefulness—it provides shelter from the rain for a resting British soldier on the Italian front. Enormous losses of armour and equipment have been suffered by the enemy in our latest offensives as much as possible is salvaged for prompt repair and re-use by the Allies, or for shipment as scrap for conversion into new weapons. Photo, Keystont Vet 8 SIXPENCE A”/S 6 E d i ted b y Sir John H &mme r f o n AUGUST 4.1944 N O .187 WILL BEE lUBLISHED FRIDAY. AUGUST 18
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