Panzer Krieg Schule armband WW2 German
Panzer Krieg Schule armband WW2 German. Panzertruppenschule (Armored Troops School) was the second of two major schools set up by the German Panzerwaffe in World War II to train German armor officers to operate Panzers. It was based in Wünsdorf, Germany. The Panzertruppenschule was a ‘branch school’, where officer candidates were sent after 12–16 weeks spent in basic training, and having successfully undertaken an 8-week course at a Kriegsschule. Prospective panzer troops, known as Fähnrich undertook a 16-week training course which aimed to familiarize the officer candidates with the nuances and workings of a Panzer, and also with the tactics to be used when commanding panzers in the field. Upon graduation, the recruit was promoted to Oberfähnrich and sent on field probation. The Instructors were chosen because of their skill, and many had seen action and received decorations.
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