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Report RSS Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer (view original)
Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer
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RocKRebel
RocKRebel

I love this tank in Company of Heroes.

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fenneck89[GER]
fenneck89[GER]

I love this tank because it has the first autonome machinegun :)
i know my english -> sucks :D

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Eat_Uranium Creator
Eat_Uranium

Already got one of those on the late StuG 40 ;-)

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Firesprayer
Firesprayer

Hetzers gonna hetz.

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Y2Kwidmer
Y2Kwidmer

Win.

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lordegern
lordegern

big badaboom!

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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r

the white camo looks great

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Joazzz
Joazzz

Dang Krauts hide in metal boxes! METAL BAWKSES!

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Flakturm
Flakturm

(buried)

Hetzers gonna' hetz

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Kazanunda
Kazanunda

Wooha! The details are awesome.

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stalkercze
stalkercze

i like this tank because panzer T38 is our country tank not germany but czech republic

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Ninja-117
Ninja-117

you could have at least got the name of your country's tank right :P (it's 38(t) )

also this is a modification made by Germany so technically this is as much German as it is Czech because the only thing used from the panzer 38(t) is the chassis :)

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Panzerwurfer
Panzerwurfer

Yo, the German's called it 38(t) cause it was Czech. The Czech would call it the 38 (czech) because they are Czech!!

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Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer

The Hetzer was a true step above some of its earlier predecessors like the Marder series. The fully-enclosed hull made it much safer to operate for the tank crews, and the sloped armor gave it overall better protection. The Hetzer was also able to avoid the mechanical problems of some of the larger tank-destroyers by using the already proven Panzer 38(t) chassis. The small size of the vehicle was both good and bad however. In the field, the Hetzer could be easily concealed and knock out Allied tanks at range using a modified 75mm gun, but at the same time, the small size forced the crew to work in cramped quarters. Other problems included poor visibility and a limited gun traverse. Between 1944 and 1945, approximately 2827 Hetzers were produced.

The Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer was made by Toddel.

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