Soviet SU-76M self-propelled gun in the Battle of Berlin

SU-76


Soviet light self-propelled SU-76M in the city battle in the Battle for Berlin.
SU-76 – Soviet self-propelled artillery system, used in the Great Patriotic War. The self-propelled gun was made on the basis of light tanks T-60, T-70 and was intended for direct support of infantry, had anti-bullet armor. Armament SU-76 allowed to fight with the light and medium tanks of the enemy.
SU-76 – The lightest and most massive type of self-propelled guns from the Soviet Union during the Great Patriotic War.

 

 

Location: Berlin, Germany
Date Photo Date: April 1945
Author: Victor Themin

In : 1945

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