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Production of Tiger I at Henschel factory: Henschel received forged, unmachined castings of tank hull and turret from Krupp

Henschel received forged, un,machined castings of tank hull and turret from Krupp

The finished product - a new Tiger - left the assembly line at the Henschel…

The finished product - a new Tiger - left the assembly line at the Henschel works in Kassel.

Shop 5 work begins Workers swarm over the Tiger hull installing a myriad of internal and external equipment. They use a wooden stair platform to reach the top of the enormous tank.

Assembling a Tiger hull at the factory. Tank is fitted with transport tracks. Probably a early model hull as it appears that it has a two mounted light system.

thebeautyandthehorror: PzKpfw VI Tiger I heavy tanks being built in a factory in Germany, 1944

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Production of Tiger I at Henschel factory: Stacks of raw unfinished ring gears wait to have their teeth cut into them as a worker rolls a completed ring gear to the adjacent stack. Note the rough surface of the drive sprockets in the foreground.

The finished product - New PzKpfw VI Tigers I left the assembly line at the Henschel & Sohn factory in Kassel. The U.S. Third Army began the battle to capture Kassel on April 1, 1945 and, as they approached, the Henschel factory completed work on 13 Tiger II tanks which were handed directly over to two companies of schwere Panzer-Abteilung 510 and 511. Three days later at 12:00 hours on April 4, 1945 the city was surrendered and Henschel Tiger production was forever ended.

The finished product - New PzKpfw VI Tigers I left the assembly line at the Henschel & Sohn factory in Kassel. Third Army began the battle to capture Kassel on April 1945 and, as they.

Pz.Kpfw.Tiger Ausf.E completed by Henschel in late Feb/early March 1944 .Narrow transport tracks ,steel-tired roadwheels,smaller diameter idlers,and a turret ring guard ,but no longer has a rear travel lock.

E completed by Henschel in late Feb/early March 1944 .Narrow transport tracks ,steel-tired roadwheels,smaller diameter idlers,and a turret ring guard ,but no longer has a rear travel lock.

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Work is done on an unknown Tiger's carburetors, Tiger 313 sits in the background, central front, Soviet Union, January The engine in this Tiger is a Maybach

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