Specially commissioned by the museum owner, this print is exclusively available at the Museum! Only 200 prints available!
Kurt Knispel and members of his crew inspect damage to their Tiger II after heavy engagement with the Russian forces around the town of Toeokszentimiklos in central Hungary on 22 October 1944. During this melee, his tank received over 24 direct hits from enemy fire. Knispel is regarded as the worlds greatest ever tank ace, with 168 confirmed, plus another 30 unconfirmed tank kills. He was fatally wounded near the town of Wostits and died in a field hospital in the nearby town of Urbau, ten days before the wars end. He was 23 years of age.