Gregory Berger

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This Kingtiger was at least 8 times Hit by the M36 Jackson's 90mm gun none of them deadly .However one of it's shots was a lucky one and disabled the Gun (muzzle Break) So the German Tank Crew could not Fire Back and had to abandon their Tank

This King Tiger was at least 8 times hit by a Jackson gun- none of them deadly. However, one of the shots was a lucky one and disabled the main gun's muzzle break. So the German tank crew could not fire back and had to abandon their more superior tank.

128mm FlaK 40 Zwilling - The 12.8 cm FlaK 40, was a German World War II anti-aircraft gun. Although it was not produced in great numbers, it was one of the most effective heavy AA guns of its era.  Development of the gun began in 1936, with the contract being awarded to Rheinmetall Borsig, the first prototype gun was delivered for testing in late 1937 and completed testing successfully. The gun weighed nearly 12 tonnes in its firing position, with the result that its barrel had to be…

FlaK 40 Zwilling - The cm FlaK was a German World War II anti-aircraft gun. Although it was not produced in great numbers, it was one of the most effective heavy AA guns of its era.

Portrait of a young Soviet POW in a steel breastplate SN-42, made of 2mm steel (.08") and weighing 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs), captured by Finnish troops during the Finnish-Soviet Continuation War. A testament to the breastplate’s effectiveness, the young soldier had been shot three times in the chest and left unharmed. Near Syskyjärvi, Karelia, Finland (now, Syuskyuyarvi, Republic of Karelia, Russia.) 15 July 1944. Image taken by Esko Töyri.

Portrait of a young Soviet POW in a steel breastplate made of steel and weighing kg lbs), captured by Finnish troops during the Finnish-Soviet Continuation War. A testament.

"Popped Up", a public sculpture in Budapest by Ervin Loránth Hervé of http://www.herveart.com description at link (h/t BoredPanda) "Artist Ervin Loránth Hervé created an impressive sculpture called “Popped Up” that depicts a giant man crawling out of the earth. The polystyrene sculpture is located at Széchenyi Square in Budapest, Hungary.

In Széchenyi Square in Budapest, a massive sculpture of a giant man climbs from the ground, Called “Feltépve,” the polystyrene sculpture is created by artist Ervin Loránth Hervé for the Art Market Budapest contemporary art fair.