Sturmgeschütz StuG III Ausf. G in front of a heavily damaged tram, in Utrechtseweg during Market Garden, on 19th, September 1944. A fallen soldier lies in front of the tram.
Sturmgeschütz StuG III Ausf. G in front of a heavily damaged tram, in Utrechtseweg during Market Garden, on 19th, September 1944. A fallen soldier lies in front of the tram.

Sturmgeschütz StuG III Ausf. G in front of a heavily damaged tram

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Sturmgeschütz StuG III Ausf. G in front of a heavily damaged tram, in Utrechtseweg during Market Garden, on 19th, September 1944. A fallen soldier lies in front of the tram.

Sturmgeschütz StuG III Ausf. G in front of a heavily damaged tram, in Utrechtseweg during Market Garden, on 19th, September 1944. A fallen soldier lies in front of the tram.

Did you know? 8423 StuG III Ausf. Gs were produced from December 1942 to April 1945. From this number 315 units were built on Panzer III  chassis. Sd.Kfz. 142/1 was the ordnance inventory designation.
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