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Stug III, Assault Gun of 244 Bat, in Stalingrad

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.

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

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The assault gun StuG III Ausf. A with broken...

The assault gun StuG III Ausf. A with broken French anti-tank gun of the sample in 1934 (SA-L) lower armor plate.

Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-009-0882-04, Russland-Nord, Vormarsch durch Lettland - Sturmgeschütz III - Wikipedia

German Sturmgeschütze III ( tank-destroyer, self propelled artillery) column on the march in Lettonia.

A Sturmgeschütz III Ausf E assault gun provides support to German troops during the battle of Stalingrad, 1942.  The photographer was Kriegsberichter Kurt Heine, and most of his photos were taken in November 1942 around the Barrikady Factory ruins. The StuG looks to be travelling along the route of the rail line that ran in that vicinity.

A Sturmgeschütz III Ausf E assault gun provides support to German troops during the battle of Stalingrad, The photographer was Kriegsberichter Kurt Heine, and most of his photos were taken in November 1942 around the Barrikady Factory ruins.

Parts of "Kampfgruppe Lasch" (assault guns of Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 185 and grenadiers of Infanterie-Regiment 43), commanded by the later General and Oakleaf holder Otto Lasch, on their raid to the Latvian capitol of Riga, late June 1941.

Parts of "Kampfgruppe Lasch" (assault guns of Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 185 and grenadiers of Infanterie-Regiment commanded by the later General and Oakleaf holder Otto Lasch, on their raid to the Latvian capitol of Riga, late June

STUG III ausf.F

STUG III ausf.F

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