Der Panzerbär – Kampfblatt für die Verteidiger Gross-Berlins (battle sheet for the defenders of Greater Berlin) was a German daily tabloid newspaper printed in the final days of the European theater of World War II in Berlin.
Published by the Ullstein-Verlag, it only appeared seven times altogether between 23 and 29 April 1945. Its logo was a bear, referring to the coat of arms of Berlin, holding a Panzerfaust anti-tank weapon. It reported on and provided Nazi propaganda regarding the fight for the city against the Soviet Red Army.
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