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A German armored vehicle, especially a tank used in World War II.[as modifier] ‘panzer divisions’
armoured vehicle, armoured car, combat vehicleView synonyms
- ‘The French adopted a rigidly set-piece defensive attitude, epitomized by the Maginot Line, while the Germans opted for fluid mobility, eventually epitomized by the panzer divisions.’
- ‘Will new forms of military organization be required, analogous to the fast carrier task forces and panzer divisions that transformed warfare in World War II?’
- ‘Grouped into corps, the panzer divisions proved tactically and operationally decisive.’
- ‘With their motorized and panzer divisions, the German Fourth Army in the north and the Tenth in the south played a crucial role in the advance and demonstrated the efficacy of the blitzkrieg.’
- ‘Sixteen exhausted Soviet divisions were holding units of the 2nd and 3rd German panzer groups outside the encirclement ring.’
From German Panzer, literally coat of mail.
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