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Panzerwaffe, later also Panzertruppe (German for "Armoured Force", "Armoured Arm" or "Tank Force". Wikipedia

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    • Though some tank brigades were part of the Cavalry or Infantry arm, most German tanks were concentrated into a special branch, from 1936 called the Panzerwaffe.Armoured warfare-Wikipedia
    • In this role, he had broad responsibility to rebuild and train new panzer forces but saw limited success due to Germany's worsening war economy.Heinz Guderian-Wikipedia
    • The Panzerwaffe (armoured corps), the natural user of tracked fighting vehicles, had no resources to spare for the formation of StuG units and neither did the infantry.Sturmgeschütz III-Wikipedia
    • His fame and familiar uniform gave rise to two separate Third Reich units adopting black dress with Totenkopf badges: the Panzerwaffe, which claimed the tradition of the Imperial Cavalry, and the Schutzstaffel.August von Mackensen-Wikipedia
    • Within the Wehrmacht (established in 1935) the command for motorised armored forces was named the Panzerwaffe in 1936.Blitzkrieg-Wikipedia
    • The ancient jawless Danziger style of Totenkopf was gradually replaced by the 'classic' SS skull, a naturalistic design with grinning jaws; the old form was taken up by the army's newly formed Panzerwaffe.Uniforms and insignia of the Schutzstaffel-Wikipedia

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