“Ferdinand” No. 501 assault gun from the 654th division hit an anti-tank mine

Ferdinand assault gun

“Ferdinand” No. 501 assault gun from the 654th division was hit by an anti-tank mine and was captured by the Red Army.
This Ferdinand assault gun in the list inspected by the Soviet commission is listed under the number “9”.
It was this Ferdinand assault gun that was repaired and sent to the Soviet NIBT training ground. Currently located in the museum of armored vehicles in Kubinka. Battle of the Kursk Bulge, area of ​​the village Goreloye.



Location: USSR
Date: July 15, 1943

In : 1943

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