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Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf. D mittlere Schützenpanzerwagen, A column of armored unit of the Waffen-SS somewhere on the Eastern Front

D mittlere Schützenpanzerwagen A column of armored unit of the Waffen-SS somewhere on the Eastern Front ” Marder III Ausf. Ms in the background, so this column.

Sd.Kfz.250/8 Stummel:  Leichte Schützenpanzerwagen (7.5cm): This was the SPG version, carrying the short barrel 75mm KwK-37 L/24 howitzer and later, a K51(Sf) with 20 rounds in store. Production started in the spring of 1943 with the Alte chassis, and then switched to the Neu chassis in 1944.

Stummel: Leichte Schützenpanzerwagen This was the SPG version, carrying the short barrel howitzer and later, a with 20 rounds in store. Production started in the spring of 1943 with the Alte chassis, and then switched to the Neu chassis in

Sd.Kfz.251/7 Ausf.C

C This engineer vehicle was equipped with a gun, but the shield was dismounted to make room for the half bridges. Additional planks were also usually carried.

Sd.Kfz.4/1 Panzerwerfer (1943): The need for a mobile, autonomous unit was obvious by 1942, especially on the Eastern Front. Indeed, the trails of smoke left after firing betrayed the presence of the Nebelwerfer batteries, which needed to relocate quickly to avoid being caught by counter-battery fire.

Nicknamed the "Screaming Mimi", the Panzerwerfer was a rocket launcher half-track used by the mobile Nebeltruppen and the SS from Russia to Normandy

Sd.Kfz.4/1 Panzerwerfer (1944): This vehicle was nicknamed the “Screaming Mimi” and delivered HE rounds with fragmentation projectiles. Mass volleys of these had devastating consequences on any target, especially infantry. The fire density was more efficient and terrifying than a classic artillery barrage.

Nicknamed the "Screaming Mimi", the Panzerwerfer was a rocket launcher half-track used by the mobile Nebeltruppen and the SS from Russia to Normandy

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