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    Der Tiger (German). Tiger, Tiger, Feuerspracht in der Dschungeln dunkler Nacht: Welches Aug', welch ew'ge Hand formten Deines Schreckens Brand?. channelcruisegroup.eu | Übersetzungen für 'Tiger' im Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch, mit echten Sprachaufnahmen, Illustrationen, Beugungsformen. Der Tiger (Panthera tigris) ist eine in Asien verbreitete Großkatze. Er ist aufgrund seiner Größe und des charakteristischen dunklen Streifenmusters auf.

    De tank werd ingedeeld bij afzonderlijke Schwere Panzerabteilungen met ieder 45 voertuigen, genummerd tot , die vanaf augustus tot het eind van de oorlog werden ingezet als pantserreserves voor het opvangen van vijandelijke offensieven.

    In die rol vernietigden ze vele duizenden tanks. In oktober werden er drie aparte SS-bataljons gevormd met de nummers tot Daarnaast bezat ook het derde bataljon van het Panzerregiment van de elite Grossdeutschland -divisie de Tiger.

    De maximale feitelijke sterkte gemeten aan het begin van de maand was op 1 juli met tanks. De inzetbaarheid van de Tiger was daarmee beter dan die van de tanks bij de reguliere pantserdivisies, die daarbij ook nog last hadden van grote materieeltekorten.

    Niet alleen waren de omstandigheden bij deze eerste inzet ongeschikt voor de Tiger, maar de tank was officieel ook nog in de ontwikkelingsfase wat resulteerde in verschillende mechanische problemen.

    Dit was grotendeels te danken aan de terreinomstandigheden met grote open vlakten. Hier bewees het 88mm-kanon van de Tiger dat het evenals de 88mm-Flak een superieur antitankwapen was.

    In de daarop volgende twee jaren — de Tiger diende de Wehrmacht bijna drie jaar — bleek de Tiger een uitermate dodelijk wapen te zijn. Duitsland was in deze periode in het defensief gedrongen wat de Geallieerde eenheden dwong risicovol in de aanval te gaan.

    De grotere vuurkracht van de Tiger kon in deze omstandigheden ideaal worden uitgebuit. Gemiddeld vernietigde een sPzAbt. Het succes van de Tiger in gevechten met andere tanks blijkt ook uit andere statistieken: Hijzelf viel frontaal aan, geheel zelfstandig en vertrouwend op zijn bemanning.

    Zijn strategie was om de eerste en de laatste voertuigen uit te schakelen in de colonne, zodat een val ontstond.

    De andere vier Tiger werden vertraagd maar Wittmann reed het dorpje in en vernietigde, al rijdend, een M4 Sherman Firefly, zeven Cromwelltanks , negen halftracks, twee 6-pdr antitankkanonnen, vier Brenncarriers en drie lichte Stuarttanks.

    De 75mm-kanonnen van de Cromwells richtten niets uit, terwijl de Tiger op nog geen tien meter afstand reed. Pas toen het aandrijfwiel werd beschadigd door een derde 6-pdr antitankkanon werd Wittmann gedwongen zijn tank te verlaten.

    Wittmann heeft zijn beschadigde tank niet opgeblazen wat een standaardorder was omdat hij wist dat hij hem later zou kunnen ophalen, hetgeen ook gebeurd is.

    Met dit incident was de naam van de Tiger I op het slagveld in Europa definitief gevestigd. Premier Churchill moest er aan te pas komen om de gemoederen van de geallieerde tankbemanningen te sussen omdat er een soort van paniek was ontstaan na de Britse blamage te Villers-Bocage.

    Hoewel gevreesd en tactisch een groot succes - gedurende was de Tiger gewoonweg superieur aan alles wat de geallieerden konden inzetten - bestaat er een hypothese dat het gebruik van de Tiger een strategische ramp voor Duitsland inhield.

    Volgens deze hypothese werd een belangrijk deel van de productiecapaciteit en de brandstofvoorraad verspild aan het in dienst brengen en houden van kwalitatief betere tanks, terwijl Duitslands grootste probleem zijn kwantitatieve achterstand op de geallieerden was.

    Deze types kregen tegelijkertijd met de ontwikkeling van de Tiger in feite ook zelf al verbeterde bewapening en bepantsering die het evenwicht voldoende konden herstellen.

    De logistieke prioriteit ging echter naar de Tigereenheden. Deze fout werd nog verergerd door Hitlers verwachting dat er ieder jaar een nieuwe generatie tanks in het veld gebracht zou worden, waardoor hij de opdracht gaf tot het ontwikkelen van de Tiger II , Maus en Ratte.

    Wel verschillen de productieseries onderling in vele details. Sommige voertuigen waren uitgerust als Befehlspanzer commandotank met verbeterde radioapparatuur.

    Drie Tigers zijn in omgebouwd tot Bergepanzer , waarbij de hoofdbewapening werd verwijderd en een kraan aangebracht. De berging van de zware Tigers vormde altijd een enorm probleem.

    Hiernaast waren er nog andere mortierprojecten die ten dele op het chassis van de Tiger gepland waren, maar die zijn nooit verder gekomen dan een bouwtekening.

    Na de oorlog gebruikte het Tsjechoslowaakse leger een buitgemaakte Tiger I als een proefvoertuig voor het testen van nieuwe wapens, waaronder het 75 mm A18 automatische kanon, het kanon dat in principe was ontworpen voor het T project.

    Deze versie kreeg de aanduiding Tiger De Tiger is tegenwoordig een van de bekendste tanks uit de Tweede Wereldoorlog: De Duitse propaganda droeg haar steentje aan de mythevorming bij.

    Tigers waren echter zo zeldzaam dat het leeuwendeel van de soldaten er zelfs nooit een gezien heeft. The jammed track was also a big problem itself, since due to high tension, it was often impossible to split the track by removing the track pins.

    The track sometimes had to be blown apart with a small explosive charge. Tigers were usually employed in separate heavy tank battalions schwere Panzer-Abteilung under army command.

    These battalions would be deployed to critical sectors, either for breakthrough operations or, more typically, counter-attacks. The Tiger was originally designed to be an offensive breakthrough weapon, but by the time it went into action, the military situation had changed dramatically, and its main use was on the defensive, as a mobile anti-tank and infantry gun support weapon.

    As a result, there are almost no instances where a Tiger battalion went into combat at anything close to full strength. Against the Soviet and Western Allied production numbers, even a These numbers must be set against the opportunity cost of the expensive Tiger.

    The British had observed the gradual increase in German AFV armour and firepower since and had anticipated the need for more powerful anti-tank guns.

    Work on the Efforts were hastened to get cruiser tanks armed with pounder guns into operation. The Sherman Firefly , armed with the pounder, was a notable success even though it was only intended to be a stopgap design.

    Fireflies were successfully used against Tigers; in one engagement, a single Firefly destroyed three Tigers in 12 minutes with five rounds.

    Five different pounder-armed British designs saw combat during the war: In the British introduced an APDS round for the pounder, which increased penetration performance considerably.

    A small number of Ts were again fitted with a tank version of the ZiS-2, the ZiS-4, but it could not fire an adequate high-explosive round, making it an unsuitable tank gun.

    Firing trials of the new 85 mm D-5T also had proved disappointing. There was a short production run of KV tanks, which were sent to the front beginning in September with production ending by December It also matched the firepower of the heavier IS tank in a more cost effective package resulting in a repeat of the events which heralded the decline of KV-1 production.

    The SU was intended to be a close-support gun for use against German fortifications rather than armour; however, it shared among the later fielded ISU, the nickname Zveroboy "beast killer" , for its rare ability to knock out German heavy tanks.

    Its high-explosive rounds were powerful enough to cause significant damage to a tank, occasionally ripping the turret off outright.

    However, the size and weight of the ammunition meant both vehicles had a low rate of fire, and each could carry only 20 rounds.

    On 21 April , a Tiger I of the th German heavy tank battalion , with turret number , was captured on a hill called Djebel Djaffa in Tunisia.

    The crew bailed out and the tank was captured. After repairs, the tank was sent to England for a thorough inspection. In June , the tank was removed from display at the museum and work began on its restoration.

    This was carried out both by the museum and the Army Base Repair Organisation and involved an almost complete disassembly of the tank.

    In December , Tiger returned to the museum, restored and in running condition. Many large components have been salvaged over the years, but the discovery of a more or less complete vehicle has so far eluded enthusiasts and collectors.

    In addition to Tiger , six other Tiger tanks survive as of April , at the following locations:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Tiger 1.

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    By test firing the 8. By increasing the thickness of the armour and mounting it with a very heavy mm gun, the Soviet IS II became a very difficult tank to deal with.

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    Tigers in Combat I 2nd ed. Tigers in Combat II. Stackpole Books; originally published by J. Showalter, Dennis E Tigers I and II and their variants.

    Tiger I and Tiger II. IS-2 Heavy Tank — M4 76mm Medium Tank — The resulting model shows a contiguous tiger range from southern India to Siberia at the Last Glacial Maximum , indicating an unobstructed gene flow between tiger populations in mainland Asia throughout the Late Pleistocene and Holocene.

    The tiger populations on the Sunda Islands and mainland Asia were possibly separated during interglacial periods. It was found to have similar repeat composition than other cat genomes and an appreciably conserved synteny.

    Most putative subspecies described in the 19th and 20th centuries were distinguished on basis of fur length and coloration, striping patterns and body size, hence characteristics that vary widely within populations.

    Morphologically , tigers from different regions vary little, and gene flow between populations in those regions is considered to have been possible during the Pleistocene.

    Therefore, it was proposed to recognize only two tiger subspecies as valid, namely P. Results of craniological analysis of tiger skulls from Southeast Asian range countries indicate that Sumatran tiger skulls differ from Indochinese and Javan tiger skulls, whereas Bali tiger skulls are similar in size to Javan tiger skulls.

    The authors proposed to classify Sumatran and Javan tiger as distinct species, P. In , morphological, ecological and molecular traits of all putative tiger subspecies were analysed in a combined approach.

    Results support distinction of the two evolutionary groups continental and Sunda tigers. The authors proposed recognition of only two subspecies, namely P.

    The authors also noted that this reclassification will affect tiger conservation management. One geneticist was sceptical of this study and maintained that the currently recognised nine subspecies can be distinguished genetically.

    The following tables are based on the classification of the species Panthera tigris provided in Mammal Species of the World. This population occurs in Bangladesh , Bhutan , India , Nepal , foremost in alluvial grasslands, subtropical and tropical rainforests , scrub forests, wet and dry deciduous forests and mangrove habitats.

    It is extinct in Pakistan. This population occurs in Myanmar , Thailand , Laos , but has not been recorded in Vietnam since In , the population in Indochina was estimated at about individuals.

    In Southeast Asia, tiger populations have declined in key areas and are threatened by illegal production of tiger bone for use in traditional medicine.

    The population was roughly estimated at to adult individuals in , and likely comprised less than mature breeding individuals at the time.

    The population is extinct in the wild. This population was limited to the Indonesian island of Java , and had been recorded until the mids.

    In Bali, tigers were hunted to extinction; the last Bali tiger, an adult female, is thought to have been killed at Sumbar Kima, West Bali, on 27 September , though there were unconfirmed reports that villagers found a tiger corpse in The population is the last surviving of the three Indonesian island tiger populations.

    Lions have been known to breed with tigers in captivity to create hybrids called ligers and tigons. They share physical and behavioural qualities of both parent species.

    The less common tigon is a cross between a lioness and a male tiger. The tiger has a muscular body with powerful forelimbs, a large head and a tail that is about half the length of its body.

    Its pelage is dense and heavy, and colouration varies between shades of orange and brown with white ventral areas and distinctive vertical black stripes that are unique in each individual.

    The pupils are circular with yellow irises. The small, rounded ears have a prominent white spot on the back, surrounded by black.

    The lion skull shows broader nasal openings. Due to the variation in skull sizes of the two species, the structure of the lower jaw is a reliable indicator for their identifcation.

    There is a notable sexual dimorphism between males and females, with the latter being consistently smaller than males.

    The size difference between males and females is proportionally greater in the large tiger subspecies, with males weighing up to 1. Males also have wider forepaw pads than females, enabling gender to be told from tracks.

    Large male Siberian tigers reach a total length of more than 3. At the shoulder, tigers may variously stand 0. It allegedly weighed The Bengal and Siberian tigers are amongst the tallest cats in shoulder height.

    They are also ranked with the Caspian tiger among the biggest cats that ever existed. A well-known allele found only in the Bengal population produces the white tiger , a colour variant first recorded in the Mughal Empire in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.

    Genetically, whiteness is recessive: This has given white tigers a greater likelihood of being born with physical defects, such as cleft palate , scoliosis curvature of the spine , and strabismus squint.

    True albino tigers do exist and may be termed "snow white" tigers. In this colour morph, the stripes are extremely faint on the body while the tail has pale reddish-brown rings.

    Golden tigers , another colour morph, have pale golden pelage with a blond tone and reddish-brown stripes. These types are rarely recorded in the wild.

    About a dozen known historical records from Turkey indicate that the tiger occurred only in remote areas of eastern Anatolia , possibly until the late 20th century.

    This individual was probably a migrant from southeastern Turkey, as this is the only confirmed record in the country.

    Riparian forests are important habitats for both ungulates and tigers as they provide food and water, and serve as dispersal corridors. Tiger hunting coupled with deforestation, probable decreasing availability of prey and resettlement of people to rural areas lead to fragmentation of tiger habitat.

    Though tiger hunting was prohibited in , the population continued to decline. No tiger was recorded during field surveys in in eight protected areas in the country.

    It is considered possibly extinct on the Korean peninsula. The tiger is legally protected in the country since , but trade of tiger body parts continued to the mid s.

    Large wild prey species occurred at low densities so that tigers hunted small prey and livestock, which probably affected their reproduction negatively.

    Protected areas were established in , but large extents of forest outside these areas were given as logging concessions to foreign companies.

    Logging was banned in Tiger density was lower than predicted on basis of available forest habitat. Today, their significantly fragmented and depopulated range extends eastward from India to Bangladesh , Bhutan , and Nepal.

    When not subject to human disturbance, the tiger is mainly diurnal. Four females dispersed between 0 and They establish and maintain territories but have much wider home ranges within which they roam.

    Resident adults of either sex generally confine their movements to their home ranges, within which they satisfy their needs and those of their growing cubs.

    Males, however, migrate further than their female counterparts and set out at a younger age to mark out their own area. To identify his territory, the male marks trees by spraying urine [] [] and anal gland secretions, as well as marking trails with scat and marking trees or the ground with their claws.

    Females also use these "scrapes", as well as urine and scat markings. Females in oestrus will signal their availability by scent marking more frequently and increasing their vocalisations.

    Although for the most part avoiding each other, tigers are not always territorial and relationships between individuals can be complex. An adult of either sex will sometimes share its kill with others, even those who may not be related to them.

    George Schaller observed a male share a kill with two females and four cubs. Unlike male lions, male tigers allow females and cubs to feed on the kill before the male is finished with it; all involved generally seem to behave amicably, in contrast to the competitive behaviour shown by a lion pride.

    They found her at the kill just after dawn with her three month-old cubs and they watched uninterrupted for the next ten hours.

    Occasionally, male tigers participate in raising cubs, usually their own, but this is extremely rare and not always well understood. The photos show a male Amur tiger pass by, followed by a female and three cubs within the span of about two minutes.

    The cubs remained under his care, he supplied them with food, protected them from his rival and sister, and apparently also trained them. Male tigers are generally more intolerant of other males within their territories than females are of other females.

    Territory disputes are usually solved by displays of intimidation rather than outright aggression. Several such incidents have been observed in which the subordinate tiger yielded defeat by rolling onto its back and showing its belly in a submissive posture.

    Facial expressions include the "defense threat", where an individual bares its teeth, flattens its ears and its pupils enlarge. Both males and females show a flehmen response , a characteristic grimace, when sniffing urine markings but flehmen is more often associated with males detecting the markings made by tigresses in oestrus.

    Like other Panthera , tigers roar , particularly in aggressive situations, during the mating season or when making a kill.

    There are two different roars: When tense, tigers will moan, a sound similar to a roar but more subdued and made when the mouth is partially or completely closed.

    Tigers generally do not prey on fully grown adult Asian elephants and Indian rhinoceros but incidents have been reported. Tigers are thought to be mainly nocturnal predators, [78] but in areas where humans are absent, remote-controlled, hidden camera traps recorded them hunting in daylight.

    Successful hunts usually require the tiger to almost simultaneously leap onto its quarry, knock it over, and grab the throat or nape with its teeth.

    One in 2 to 20 hunts, including stalking near potential prey, ends in a successful kill. When hunting larger animals, tigers prefer to bite the throat and use their powerful forelimbs to hold onto the prey, often simultaneously wrestling it to the ground.

    The tiger remains latched onto the neck until its target dies of strangulation. No other extant land predator routinely takes on prey this large on its own.

    With smaller prey, such as monkeys and hares, the tiger bites the nape , often breaking the spinal cord , piercing the windpipe , or severing the jugular vein or common carotid artery.

    After killing their prey, tigers sometimes drag it to conceal it in vegetative cover, usually pulling it by grasping with their mouths at the site of the killing bite.

    This, too, can require great physical strength. When 13 men simultaneously tried to drag the same carcass later, they were unable to move it. Tigers usually prefer to eat prey they have caught themselves, but are not above eating carrion in times of scarcity and may even pirate prey from other large carnivores.

    Although predators typically avoid one another, if a prey item is under dispute or a serious competitor is encountered, displays of aggression are common.

    If these are not sufficient, the conflicts may turn violent; tigers may kill competitors as leopards , dholes , striped hyenas , wolves , bears , pythons , and crocodiles on occasion.

    Tigers may also prey on these competitors. The considerably smaller leopard avoids competition from tigers by hunting at different times of the day and hunting different prey.

    The average prey weight in the two respective big cats in India was Mating can occur all year round, but is more common between November and April.

    Mating is frequent and noisy during that time. Gestation ranges from 93 to days, with an average of to days.

    Litters consist of one or three cubs, rarely as many as six. Females lactate for five to six months. The father generally takes no part in rearing.

    Unrelated wandering male tigers often kill cubs to make the female receptive, since the tigress may give birth to another litter within five months if the cubs of the previous litter are lost.

    Apart from humans and other tigers, common causes of cub mortality are starvation, freezing, and accidents. A dominant cub emerges in most litters, usually a male.

    The cubs open their eyes at six to fourteen days old. By eight weeks, the cubs make short ventures outside the den with their mother, although they do not travel with her as she roams her territory until they are older.

    The cubs are nursed for three to six months. Around the time they are weaned, they start to accompany their mother on territorial walks and they are taught how to hunt.

    The cubs often become capable and nearly adult size hunters at eleven months old. The cubs become independent around eighteen months of age, but it is not until they are around two to two and a half years old that they fully separate from their mother.

    Females reach sexual maturity at three to four years, whereas males do so at four to five years. The oldest recorded captive tiger lived for 26 years.

    A wild specimen, having no natural predators, could in theory live to a comparable age. In , an estimate of a global wild tiger population of approximately 3, individuals was presented during the Third Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation.

    Major threats to the tiger include habitat destruction , habitat fragmentation and poaching for fur and body parts, which have simultaneously greatly reduced tiger populations in the wild.

    The project was credited with tripling the number of wild Bengal tigers from some 1, in to over 3, in the s, but a census showed that numbers had dropped back to about 1, tigers because of poaching.

    In the s, the Siberian tiger was on the brink of extinction with only about 40 animals remaining in the wild in Russia.

    As a result, anti-poaching controls were put in place by the Soviet Union and a network of protected zones zapovedniks were instituted, leading to a rise in the population to several hundred.

    Poaching again became a problem in the s, when the economy of Russia collapsed. Having earlier rejected the Western-led environmentalist movement, China changed its stance in the s and became a party to the CITES treaty.

    By it had banned the trade in tiger parts, and this diminished the use of tiger bones in traditional Chinese medicine. The pelts were used in clothing, tiger-skin chuba being worn as fashion.

    In the 14th Dalai Lama was persuaded to take up the issue. Since then there has been a change of attitude, with some Tibetans publicly burning their chubas.

    In , the Indonesian Sumatran Tiger Conservation Strategy addressed the potential crisis that tigers faced in Sumatra.

    The Sumatran Tiger Project STP was initiated in June in and around the Way Kambas National Park in order to ensure the long-term viability of wild Sumatran tigers and to accumulate data on tiger life-history characteristics vital for the management of wild populations.

    Tigers have been studied in the wild using a variety of techniques. Tiger population have been estimated using plaster casts of their pugmarks , although this method was criticized as being inaccurate.

    The exact number of wild tigers is unknown, as many estimates are outdated or educated guesses; few estimates are based on reliable scientific censuses.

    Government officials claimed it was Tara, though Singh disputed this. Further controversy broke out with the discovery that Tara was partly Siberian tiger.

    The Siberian tigers sent to Iran for a captive breeding project in Tehran are set to be rewilded and reintroduced to the Miankaleh peninsula , to replace the now extinct Caspian tigers.

    The tiger has been one of the big five game animals of Asia. Tiger hunting took place on a large scale in the early 19th and 20th centuries, being a recognised and admired sport by the British in colonial India as well as the maharajas and aristocratic class of the erstwhile princely states of pre-independence India.

    A single maharaja or English hunter could claim to kill over a hundred tigers in their hunting career. Historically, tigers have been hunted at a large scale so their famous striped skins could be collected.

    The trade in tiger skins peaked in the s, just before international conservation efforts took effect. Many people in China and other parts of Asia have a belief that various tiger parts have medicinal properties, including as pain killers and aphrodisiacs.

    The use of tiger parts in pharmaceutical drugs in China is already banned, and the government has made some offences in connection with tiger poaching punishable by death.

    However, the trading of tiger parts in Asia has become a major black market industry and governmental and conservation attempts to stop it have been ineffective to date.

    It is estimated that between 5, and 10, captive-bred, semi-tame animals live in these farms today. In the years of through , 27 million products with tiger derivatives were found.

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    A Bengal tiger in Kanha National Park. Panthera tigris Linnaeus , The Caspian tiger was described as having narrow and closely set stripes.

    The Indochinese tiger was described as being smaller than the Bengal tiger and as having a smaller skull. Forward was an open crew compartment, with the driver and radio-operator seated at the front on either side of the gearbox.

    Behind them the turret floor was surrounded by panels forming a continuous level surface. This helped the loader to retrieve the ammunition, which was mostly stowed above the tracks.

    Three men were seated in the turret; the loader to the right of the gun facing to the rear, the gunner to the left of the gun, and the commander behind him.

    There was also a folding seat on the right for the loader. The main problem with the Tiger was that its production required considerable resources in terms of manpower and material, which led to it being expensive: Although from a technical point of view it was superior to its contemporaries, [35] the low number produced, shortages in qualified crew and the considerable fuel requirement in a context of ever shrinking resources prevented the Tiger I from having a real impact on the war.

    Production of the Tiger I began in August at the factory of Henschel und Sohn in Kassel , [36] initially at a rate of 25 per month and peaking in April at per month.

    In , Japan bought several specimens of German tank designs for study. Many modifications were introduced during the production run to improve automotive performance, firepower and protection.

    Simplification of the design was implemented, along with cuts due to raw material shortages. In alone, at least six revisions were made, starting with the removal of the Vorpanzer frontal armour shield from the pre-production models in April.

    In May, mudguards bolted onto the side of the pre-production run were added, while removable mudguards saw full incorporation in September.

    Smoke discharge canisters, three on each side of the turret, were added in August In later years, similar changes and updates were added, such as the addition of Zimmerit a non-magnetic anti-mine coating , in late The humorous and somewhat racy crew manual, the Tigerfibel , was the first of its kind for the German Army and its success resulted in more unorthodox manuals that attempted to emulate its style.

    Among other variants of the Tiger, a citadel, heavily armoured self-propelled rocket projector, today commonly known as the Sturmtiger , was built.

    In Italy, a demolition carrier version of the Tiger I without a main gun was built by maintenance crews in an effort to find a way to clear minefields.

    It is often misidentified as a BergeTiger recovery vehicle. As many as three may have been built. It carried a demolition charge on a small crane on the turret in place of the main gun.

    It was to move up to a minefield and drop the charge, back away, and then set the charge off to clear the minefield. There is no verification of any being used in combat.

    These tanks were Tigers with modified engines to run on either compressed Towngas gas Stadtgas System or wood gas Holzgas System.

    This was due to shortages in fuel supply. They used a mixture of turreted and turretless hulls. They were used to train Tiger tank crews. They were not used in combat.

    E, which was the official designation until the end of the war. Soviet ground trial testing conducted in May determined that the 8. The tank was also immune to Soviet anti-tank rifle fire to the sides and rear.

    Its large calibre 8. Therefore, comparing the Tiger with the Panther, for supporting the infantry and destroying fortifications, the Tiger offered superior firepower.

    It was also key to dealing with towed anti-tank guns; according to German tank commander Otto Carius:. The destruction of an antitank gun was often accepted as nothing special by lay people and soldiers from other branches.

    Only the destruction of other tanks counted as a success. On the other hand, antitank guns counted twice as much to the experienced tanker.

    They were much more dangerous to us. The antitank cannon waited in ambush, well camouflaged, and magnificently set up in the terrain.

    Because of that, it was very difficult to identify. It was also very difficult to hit because of its low height.

    We were often hit right away, if the antitank crew was on top of things, because we had run into a wall of antitank guns.

    It was then advisable to keep as cool as possible and take care of the enemy, before the second aimed shot was fired.

    Eager to make use of the powerful new weapon, Hitler ordered the vehicle be pressed into service months earlier than had planned.

    Many of these early models were plagued by problems with the transmission, which had difficulty handling the great weight of the vehicle if pushed too hard.

    It took time for drivers to learn how to avoid overtaxing the engine and transmission, and many broke down. The most significant event from this engagement was that one of the Tigers became stuck in swampy ground and had to be abandoned.

    Captured largely intact, it enabled the Soviets to study the design and prepare countermeasures. The rd Heavy Panzer Battalion was deployed to the Don Front in the autumn of , but arrived too late to participate in Operation Winter Storm , the attempt to relieve Stalingrad.

    It was subsequently engaged in heavy defensive fighting in the Rostov-on-Don and adjacent sectors in January and February The Tigers were hit by a number of M3 Lee tanks firing at a range of 80 to metres.

    Two of the Lees were knocked out in this action. On 11 April , a Tiger I destroyed three M4 Sherman tanks and an armoured car advancing on a road.

    For this reason, the Tiger was built with water tight hatches and a snorkel device that allowed it to ford water obstacles four metres deep.

    Another weakness was the slow traverse of the hydraulically operated turret. Due to reliability problems with the Maybach HL TRM P45, which was delivered within the first production batch of Tigers, performance for its maximum power output at high gear ratio could not be fulfilled.

    The engine limitation was alleviated only by the adoption of the Maybach HL This was not recommended for normal operation, and was discouraged in training.

    Thus, despite the Tiger being nearly twice as heavy, its speed was comparatively respectable. Tiger I tanks needed a high degree of support.

    It required two or sometimes three of the standard German Sd. Tiger crews often resorted to using another Tiger to tow the damaged vehicle, but this was not recommended as it often caused overheating and engine breakdown.

    The low-mounted sprocket limited the obstacle clearance height. The tracks also had a tendency to override the rear sprocket, resulting in immobilisation.

    If a track overrode and jammed, two Tigers were normally needed to tow the tank. The jammed track was also a big problem itself, since due to high tension, it was often impossible to split the track by removing the track pins.

    The track sometimes had to be blown apart with a small explosive charge. Tigers were usually employed in separate heavy tank battalions schwere Panzer-Abteilung under army command.

    These battalions would be deployed to critical sectors, either for breakthrough operations or, more typically, counter-attacks. The Tiger was originally designed to be an offensive breakthrough weapon, but by the time it went into action, the military situation had changed dramatically, and its main use was on the defensive, as a mobile anti-tank and infantry gun support weapon.

    As a result, there are almost no instances where a Tiger battalion went into combat at anything close to full strength.

    Against the Soviet and Western Allied production numbers, even a These numbers must be set against the opportunity cost of the expensive Tiger.

    The British had observed the gradual increase in German AFV armour and firepower since and had anticipated the need for more powerful anti-tank guns.

    Work on the Vervolgens steeg het aantal per maand geproduceerde tanks: Door de bombardementen klapte de productie in elkaar: Een kortstondig herstel bracht het aantal op 56 in december maar daarna zakten de cijfers weer terug: De Tiger II was een zeer zware tank, niet alleen voor zijn tijd maar ook naar huidige normen.

    Zijn gewicht lag dicht tegen de zeventigtonslimiet waarboven de mechanische betrouwbaarheid van een rupsvoertuig van deze grootte snel afneemt.

    Een andere factor was dat men door een tekort aan molybdeen voor de pantserproductie, over het horizontale vlak gemeten een dikker pantser nodig had om het gewenste beschermingsniveau te halen.

    Door de korte ontwikkelingsperiode had men geen tijd de deelcomponenten zeer effectief op elkaar af te stemmen. Het gewicht van de tank zorgde voor een hoog brandstofverbruik en beperkte de actieradius.

    De zwakke motorprestaties en problemen met de versnellingsbak waren verantwoordelijk voor de moeilijke bestuurbaarheid van de Tiger II.

    De ophanging was niet berekend op het grote gewicht en sleet dan ook snel. Vooral wanneer de Tiger II in een defensieve rol gebruikt werd had hij geen last van zijn tekortkomingen en kon hij bijna alleen uitgeschakeld worden vanuit de lucht of door een toevalstreffer op een zwakke plek.

    De bemanning had de vaste opdracht om de tank te vernietigen als hij achtergelaten moest worden. In een klassieke omtrekkingsbeweging trachtten geallieerde tanks een voltreffer te plaatsen op de zij- of achterkant van de tank.

    Men moet echter niet denken dat het type naar moderne maatstaven sterk gepantserd was, ook als we afzien van de laatste ontwikkelingen in pantsermateriaaltechnologie.

    De Britse Chieftain haalde in de jaren zestig al een equivalente bepantsering die dubbel zo hoog lag terwijl het gewicht 15 ton lager was, hoewel er gewoon gietstaal gebruikt werd.

    Niet alleen Duitsland maar ook de Sovjet-Unie en de VS introduceerden zware tanks op het eind van de oorlog. Het is verleidelijk en gebruikelijk om al deze typen met elkaar te vergelijken.

    Inderdaad was het een oorspronkelijk ontwerpdoel van de Tiger II om de Duitse tanks een voorsprong in bewapening en bepantsering te geven op de geallieerden en dit te behouden.

    De verwachting van Hitler dat een krachtige en blijvende wedloop op dit gebied zou plaatsvinden, kwam echter niet uit.

    De geallieerden beperkten zich voornamelijk tot een verbetering van de al in productie zijnde typen, de T en M4 Sherman.

    Hierdoor konden ze de productieaantallen hoog houden terwijl de achterstand van Duitsland op dit gebied verergerd werd door de introductie van een heel nieuwe generatie zware tanks, die eigenlijk niet nodig was.

    De Amerikanen voerden nog net op het eind van de oorlog de M26 Pershing in die speciaal bedoeld was om het tegen de Tiger II op te nemen.

    De Amerikaanse tank was echter wat slechter gepantserd en daardoor ook veel lichter. Bij de " schlag um ruhrpott " in het Ruhrgebied, werden enkele M26 Pershings ingezet als weerstand tegen de Tiger II tanks.

    De Sovjet-Unie bracht de IS-2 in productie; deze tank had echter een heel andere rol dan de Tiger II; het was een gespecialiseerde aanvalstank die zwaar versterkte stellingen moest doorbreken en als typische vijand de Duitse antitankkanonnen had.

    Meestal droegen deze "Stalintanks" dan ook een munitievoorraad die voornamelijk uit brisantgranaten bestond. Hoewel effectief ongeveer even zwaar gepantserd en bewapend was dit type een 25 ton lichter; een gevolg van het feit dat de Sovjets de prioriteit legden bij de basisparameters van gewicht, bewapening en pantsering en niet bij de ergonomie of allerlei technische snufjes.

    De sovjettanks vermeden het tank-tegen-tankgevecht met de Tiger II. De Tiger II werd in dezelfde eenheden als de Tiger I gebruikt, de onafhankelijke schwere Panzerabteilungen , en verving deze geleidelijk vanaf maart ; in trok men meestal een heel bataljon naar Duitsland terug om dat in een keer om te laten schakelen op het nieuwe type.

    Voor alle maanden waarvan nog exacte cijfers bekend zijn, liggen de verliezen veel lager dan de productieaantallen, met een maximum van dertig in december De organieke sterkte van de Tigereenheden nam met een derde af.

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