Grave of the German operator of the B-IV robot tank on the Kursk Bulge


The grave of the German driver-operator of the tank-robot B-IV (Sd.Kfz.301), who died on the Kursk Bulge in July 1943.

The remote-controlled armored vehicle type B-IV (in the Soviet documents of those years it was called the “teletanketka”) was a small caterpillar vehicle controlled by radio from the tank (Panzer III, Panzer IV and others) and carrying on board a dropping container with an explosive charge. It was intended for blasting and exploration.



Location: Kursk, USSR
Date: 1943

In : 1943

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