World War II. With almost 70 metric tons of Amour and the 88mm L/71 gun, this tank was even more deadly than it’s “little” brother, the Tiger I. It did suffer reliability problems, but when properly maintained and fueled, it could take out targets over 1500m.
The informal name of the Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. B Tiger II, a German heavy tank disigned, built and deployed in
Kurt Knispel died in the battle of Berlin when his King Tiger blew up after being peppered by the Russians.