WW2 German Tank VI Tiger II

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The TIGER II (German: Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausführung B "Tiger II") is the common name for the German heavy tank (70 ton class) of World War II, Tank VI.

When the Americans saw the tank on the Normandy front, they called it the "King Tiger", while the British nicknamed it the "Royal Tiger". The name was reimported to Germany and translated into German as "Königstiger" (meaning "King Tiger" or Bengal Tiger in German). The Soviet Red Army interpreted it as a development of the Panther and called it the "New Leopard Tank" at the front.

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