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Master Mace Windu (Samuel L Jackson). More than a skilled Jedi, A valued member of The Council. He could see splinters or shatter points in anyone or anything should the Force allow it.

German armor and infantry of the 116th Panzer...

history-museum: “ German armor and infantry of the Panzer Division push past a disabled tank destroyer of the Tank Destroyer Battalion. Near Schmidt, Germany, November

B-17G-15-BO "Wee Willie", 322d BS, 91st BG, after direct flak hit on her 128th mission

Flying Fortress ‘Wee Willie’ of the BS, BG, AF. This bomber was damaged by fighters before a direct flak hit blew the left wing off on a mission to Stendal, Germany, on 8 April It was one of the last two aircraft lost in combat during the war.

ferdinand at Kursk

“ retrowar: “ Ferdinands ” Notice the lack of a commander’s copula, rooftop and hull machine guns, omissions that would prove disastrous when dealing with infantry during Operation Citadel.

German Captured M4 Firefly - Germany never thought twice about utilising enemy weaponry; from 1940 to 45. The Sherman Firefly was a better tank than the standard Sherman due to it's 17 pounder main gun.

German Captured Firefly - Germany never thought twice about utilising enemy weaponry; from 1940 to The Sherman Firefly was a better tank than the standard Sherman due to it's 17 pounder main gun.

Kliment Voroshilov KV-1 Soviet tank (Russian tank). The KV was a series of Soviet heavy tanks with heavy armour protection, used during World War II. Pictured is the KV-1 model 1940 which was armed a 76-mm L-11 tank gun.

The KV was a series of Soviet heavy tanks with heavy armour protection, used during World War II. Pictured is the model 1940 which was armed a tank gun.

King Tiger vs Sherman

A German Tiger II side by side with a Sherman tank. The Tiger II was captured/abandoned during fighting during the German Ardennes offensive of December 1944 known to most Americans as "The Battle of the Bulge".

TA-152H

The last derivative of the Only around 60 were built, including prototypes. This one is shown in the U., after the war. The Focke-Wulf Ta 152 was a World War II German high-altitude fighter-interceptor designed by Kurt Tank and produced by Focke-Wulf.