“Hornisse” anti-tank self-propelled gun named “Puma” in the Battle of Vitebsk

Hornisse


88-mm heavy anti-tank self-propelled gun Hornisse (Hornet) with its own name Puma.
This 88-mm heavy anti-tank self-propelled gun Hornisse belongs to the 519th Tank Fighter Division. Belarus, The Battle for Vitebsk.

Since January 27, 1944, “Hornisse” has become known as “Nashorn” (Rhinoceros).

 

 

Location: Byelorussia, USSR
Date: January 1944

In : 1944

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