German StuG III self-propelled guns in the Red Army

German StuG III self-propelled guns of the Red Army


Soviet tankers mastering trophy self-propelled artillery StuG III Ausf. B (in contrast to the later versions, armed with a gun with a short barrel).
StuG III self-propelled guns, presumably belonged to the 214-th Division assault guns of the Red Army. It was captured May 14, 1942 by the Soviet tank crews of the 5th Guards Tank Brigade. South-Western Front, in May 1942.

 

 

Time taken: May 1942

 

 

Information about the photo Source:
1. Andrei Galushko and Maxim Kolomiets “Battle of Kharkov in May 1942”

In : 1942

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