German “Ferdinand” self-propelled gun at the Battle of Kursk

Ferdinand self-propelled gun

The German “Ferdinand” (on the Western Front – “Elephant”) self-propelled gun in the Battle of Kursk.
“Ferdinand” – German heavy self-propelled artillery installation during the Second World War class of tank destroyers. Also called 8.8 cm StuK 43 Sfl L/71 Panzerjäger Tiger (P), Sturmkanone mit 8,8 cm StuK 43 and Sd.Kfz.184.



Location: Kursk, USSR
Date: July 1943

In : 1943

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