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Stug Unit identification

December 8 2011 at 8:55 AM

Ray Haighton  (Login RayHaighton)
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Anyone know what Unit this is? Looks like they have a mix of ausf.(D/E, F & G ?). I know I've seen this wooden protection (against Russian AT-rifles ?) on a Stug before. Just don't know where.

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Grab taken from this: Ravitaillement sur le Front de L'est (so its in French)



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Christophe Jacquemont
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I've seen pics of the "wood armour" before...

December 8 2011, 10:57 AM 

...but your grabs are much cleaner, thanks!

MR Modellbau has a set to do the "plank armour" in 1/35.

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Thomas Anderson
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StuG Abt. 202

December 8 2011, 11:08 AM 


The Abt. 202 modified quite a lot of vehicles in the everlasting attempt to protect their vehicles against AT rifle fire, which was ordinary Joe´s bazooka. At the eastern front thousands of these were available, and brave Soviet soldiers managed to penetrate the StuG´s side armor at ranges of up to 40m.

Nice photos, I have seen this film. How great is the resolution of these screenshots? Please send me an E-Mail...



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