tanks right next to each other, one turned over completely, the other's turret blown off, seems a slight bit off. Guess they could have been parked together when hit by a barrage or a flying tank buster.
If those outlines in the distance are tanks, they could be other destroyed Russ tanks or the backs of Ger tanks and the gun is covering their advance.
Could also be posed, smoke bombs for effect, using an old (safe) battleground. Tho if, all those spent casings are a very nice, thorough, touch.
Will never know unless the neg can be examined, and any attached notes read.
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