German E50 tank with L68 10.5cm gun

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Panzer E 60

One notable characteristic of the E-50 was its versatility. Designed to be adaptable to various combat scenarios, the tank featured a balanced combination of firepower, mobility, and armor. The engineering principles behind the E-50 aimed to create a medium tank that could effectively engage both enemy armor and infantry, showcasing a commitment to tactical flexibility.

While the E-50 never saw combat due to the end of World War II, its legacy lived on as an influential design that contributed to the evolution of armored warfare concepts. The designation remains associated with the E-50, representing a continuation of the Panther tank lineage and a testament to Germany’s dedication to advancing tank technology in the post-war era.

In the annals of military history, the Medium Tank E-50 stands as a symbol of innovation, representing the ongoing efforts to refine and adapt armored vehicles to the changing nature of warfare.”


The present tank represents one of the Entwicklung series and as so the idea was to show its grandeur while patrolling a dominated area by them. So that, in the background shows a village in flames and a village border house totally burned. It was illustrated in Illustrator and Photoshop.

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