Top view of Jagdpanzer 38 “Hetzer” - note the remote-controlled machine gun, the spare track sections, the flame reducing mufflers on the back.
Top view of Jagdpanzer 38 “Hetzer” - note the remote-controlled machine gun, the spare track sections, the flame reducing mufflers on the back.

Top view of Jagdpanzer 38 “Hetzer”

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Top view of Jagdpanzer 38 “Hetzer” - note the remote-controlled machine gun, the spare track sections, the flame reducing mufflers on the back.

Top view of Jagdpanzer 38 “Hetzer” – note the remote-controlled machine gun, the spare track sections and the flame reducing mufflers on the back.

Did you know? This type of self-propelled artillery was not designed for swift mobile encounters or the traditional rapid warfare tactics of the Wehrmacht. Instead, the Jagdpanzer 38, a nimble self-propelled gun, showcased its effectiveness when strategically positioned along predetermined lines of sight. Its role was prominent in defensive scenarios, providing support for pre-arranged ambushes against anticipated enemy advances.

 

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