Panzerkampfwagen IV Begleitswagen

This Pz Kpfw IV was destroyed in near the village of Sierzniki in central Poland on 19 September 1939.
1. Panzer-Division
1939-09
Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. C, tactical number 814, with two destroyed Pz Kpfw II in the foreground, in Sochaczew, Poland.
1. Panzer-Division
1939
Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. B driving off a flatcat.
1. Leichte Division
1939
Destroyed early Pz Kpfw IV in the middle of a road near Amiens, France. The tank was destroyed around 5 June 1940. The graves of the killed crewmembers are visible to the far left. The sign reads "Rechts fahren" (keep right).
9. Panzer-Division
1940
Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. B or C in France.
Panzer-Regiment 25/7. Panzer-Division
1940
Early Pz Kpfw IV, most likely an Ausf. E (front) and Ausf. B (rear), with other German vehicles. The photograph is taken near Samokov, Bulgaria.
1941-04-17
Dug-in Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. B on the Eastern Front. Notice the melted snow in front of the MG 34.
1942-04-29
Early Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. G, with L/43 gun. It is commanded by Zugführer SS-Untersturmführer Schöntaube. The side of the turret features a drawing of an elephant (not visible on this photograph). The photograph was taken as part of a series during a weapons demonstration.
2. Zug/III. Kompanie/SS-Panzer-Regiment 2/2. SS-Panzer-Division "Das Reich"
1942-09-12
This Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. G, turret number 215, was abandoned after the second battle of El Alamein.
Panzer-Regiment 5/21. Panzer-Division
1942-11
Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. H in Italy.
1943
A Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. H, together with two Sd Kfz 251 Ausf. D. This Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. H is equipped with an extra antenna on the turret, making it a command vehicle. It has tactical number 779, and most likely belonged to Obersturmführer Karl Kloskowski. These vehicles were destroyed in Normandy in late July 1944.
7. Kompanie/II. Abteilung/SS-Panzer-Regiment 2/2. SS-Panzer-Division "Das Reich"
1944-08
Front to rear: A Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. G or H, a Pz Kpfw III hull, and a Pz Kpfw III Ausf. N at Viborg trainstation, Denmark.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
Same Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. G or H as above.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
Group of soldiers on a Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. G, in Viborg, Denmark.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
Group of soldiers in front of a Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. H (left, turret number 133) and a Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. G. The tanks are parked in the bus station in Viborg, Denmark.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
A column of tank in Viborg, Denmark. From front to rear: Two Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. H, a Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. G or H and three Pz Kpfw III Ausf. N. The vehicle name of the first vehicle is Moritz or Maritz.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. H with aerial mount for an MG 34 in Viborg, Denmark.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
Five Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. G or H and a Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. E (far right), as well as three Pz Kpfw III Asuf. N outside Viborg, Denmark.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
A knights cross recipient next to a Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. H in Jutland, Denmark.
Panzer-Abteilung 55/233. Panzer-Division
1944-11
Based on the two-tone camouflage pattern on this Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. D, the photograph was most likely taken during the winter of 1939/1940.
Panzer-Regiment 7/10. Panzer-Division
Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. C being repaired after running over a mine.
Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. D, retrofitted with appliqué armor plates.
German soldiers posing on a Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. D.
Column of Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. D's.
Pz Kpfw IV Ausf. F.

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