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StuG III Ausf. B of Hauptmann Franke’s 3. Batterie of Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 244 roll into central Stalingrad, (possibly in Kurskaya Ulitsa). September 1942. Although the battalion was equipped mostly with long-barrel assault guns, severe shortages of ammunition for this vehicle’s 7.5cm L/43 KwK 40 forced the older short-barrel assault guns to be deployed continually in the street-fighting.

Assault gun Sturmgeschütz III Ausführung B 244 Battalion assault guns of the Wehrmacht (Sturmgeschütz Abteilung with the soldiers of the Battalion, Infantry Regiment of the Wehrmacht on the Arbat street in Stalingrad.

Karl Mörser Karl ultra heavy mortar and a Munitionsschlepper (modified Panzer IV chassis).

“stukablr: “Karl ” Mörser Karl ultra heavy mortar and a Munitionsschlepper (modified Panzer IV chassis).

StuG 3 tanks being transport by ordinance train wiith their crews alongside.

StuG 3 tanks being transport by ordinance train wiith their crews alongside.

German soldiers preparing for an attack on the outskirts of Stalingrad, taking cover behind assault gun StuG III. 1942.

German soldiers prepare for an attack on the outskirts of Stalingrad, hiding behind the assault gun StuG III.

German assault gun Bulge Wehrmacht soldiers

German assault gun Stug III capturing an allied ambulance and allied soldiers during the advance to northern England, 28 October 1943

StuG III- The Most Produced Armored Assault Vehicle Of Nazi Germany

Post with 8334 views. German Sturmgeschütze III, Army Group North, advance through Latvia, Summer

StuG III. Sturmgeschutze means 'Assault gun'. Collectively referred to as Assault Artillery, crews & support troops were actually in the Artillerie arm of Das Heer; rather than in the Panzerwaffe

Sturmgeschutze means 'Assault gun'. Collectively referred to as Assault Artillery, crews & support troops were actually in the Artillerie arm of Das Heer; rather than in the Panzerwaffe

British soldiers look at the holes in the frontal armour of a knocked out German Sturmgeschütz 75mm cm Stu.K. 40 Ausf. G self-propelled gun. On the "Gustav Line" In the region of Aquino, Lazio in Italy. May 18, 1944

historywars: “ British soldiers look at the holes in the frontal armor of a German self-propelled gun StuG III ausf G. This self-propelled gun, belonging to the Brigade of assault weapons - was knocked out by gunners of the.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 596

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