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File:Destroyed Panzer IIIs near Tel el Eisa 1942.jpg

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Two of seven German Panzer III destroyed by an Australian anti-tank battery near Tel el Eisa on 5 October 1942. A total of 17 German tanks were attacking.

Date 5 October 1942
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