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June 8 2017 at 7:00 AM
Akira Takiguchi  (Login history.jp)
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Response to It wasn't a tank or a stug, so I guess it might be referred to as artillery

Just as Mr. Debucquoy pointed out referring 39/45 magazine, and proven by the album page I showed in the message above, Major Becker called these machines Sturmgeschuetz. Thus, at least in the StuG.Abt.200 I am sure it was called "unser Geschuetz" or "unser Sturmgeschuetz". Just like a StuG III with 10,5cm.

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