Soldiers of the 3rd Ukrainian Front view captured StuG III Ausf. G

StuG III Ausf. G

Soldiers of the 3rd Ukrainian Front of the Red Army view the captured German StuG III Ausf. G self-propelled gun on the road to Nikopol.
The Wehrmacht’s assault rifle has winter camouflage, on the surviving caterpillar are visible anti-slip teeth (Mittelstollen), used to improve ride quality on ice or solid snow.

The city of Nikopol (Dnipropetrovsk region, Ukraine) was liberated from the Nazis in February 8, 1944.

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Location: Ukraine, USSR
Date: January-February 1944
Photo by Georgiy Zelma

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