Operation Fischfang 1944 at Anzio

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Operation Fischfang 1944 at Anzio

Post by perrya » Wed Jan 10, 2007 9:54 pm

Does anyone know if all or part of the following actually was in this operation: Herman Goring Pz, 26th Pz, 29th PG, 4th para, 3rd PG? I suspect only parts were actually used.

Also, the number of and type of AFV in: Tiger 508, Pz jag 590 + 525, 1Bn\Pz reg 4, sturm bn 216?

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Anzio

Post by John W. Howard » Mon Feb 05, 2007 12:57 pm

Hello Perrya:
The following participated in Operation Fischfang: 715ID, 29PzG, 26Pz, Infanterie Lehr, and Kampfgruppe Gräser, 65ID, and 4 Fallschirmjäger Div.
I cannot help you with the number of AFV's. Best wishes.
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Post by sid guttridge » Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:06 am

Hi Guys,

Also important was an ad hoc brigade of Lehr heavy artillery battalions specially brought down from WKII.

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Re: Operation Fischfang 1944 at Anzio

Post by Rich » Tue Feb 06, 2007 8:19 am

perrya wrote:Does anyone know if all or part of the following actually was in this operation: Herman Goring Pz, 26th Pz, 29th PG, 4th para, 3rd PG? I suspect only parts were actually used.

Also, the number of and type of AFV in: Tiger 508, Pz jag 590 + 525, 1Bn\Pz reg 4, sturm bn 216?

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Perhaps this helps?

German reaction to SHINGLE
Initial forces:
Between Tarquina and Rome:
KG von Bohr (elms 90 Pz.Gren.Div.)
II/Pz.Gren.Rgt. 200
III/Pz.Art.Rgt. 190
FEB 190
Between the mouth of the Tiber and the Astura Rivers (Anzio-Nettuno area):
I Fsch.Jg.Korps
LW-Pi.Btl. 22 (2 companies).
29 Pz.Gren.Div.
II/Pz.Gren.Rgt. 71
9/Art.Rgt. 29
2/Pz.Pi.Kp.
Between the mouth of the Astura to Terracina:
29 Pz.Gren.Div.
Pz.Aufkl.Abtl. 129
Alban Hills:
Pz.Kp. (Tiger) Schwebbach
one Bttr. Stu.Abtl.XI Fl.Korps (Italian StuG)
one leichte Flak.Bttr.
Vicinity of Rome:
4. Fsch.Jg.Div.
Stab
Fsch.Jg.-Sturm-Rgt. (I, II, III)
Fsch.Jg.Rgt. 10 (II, III)
Fsch.Jg.Rgt. 11 (I, II)
Pak Bttr. (12 3.7cm Pak)
Art.Abtl.XI Fl.Korps (1. and 2. Bttr., each 4 LG2)
Fsch.Jg.-Lehr-Btl.
SS-Pol.Btl.-Rome
FEB HG
Preparing to counterattack on the Garigliano under command of 10 AOK:
I Fsch.Jg. Korps
29 Pz.Gren.Div. (- Aufkl.Abtl. 129)
90 Pz.Gren Div. (- II/Pz.Gren.Rgt. 200, III/Pz.Art.Rgt. 190 and FEB 190?)
Reinforcements:
Ordered by OKW as of 0600 22 January 1944, departure began 23-24 January:
From OB-West (France):
715 Inf.Div. (mot)
Stab
Gren.Rgt. 725 (I, II, III)
Gren.Rgt. 735 (I, II, III)
Art.Rgt. 671 (I, II)
Pi.Btl. 715
Pz.Jg.Abtl. 715 (- one Kp.) – with 12 s.Pak (mot)
Pz.Rgt.Stab 69
I./Pz.Rgt. 4 (Panther)
Pz.Abtl. 301 (FKL)
H.Art.Abtl. 998 (22cm-f)

From OB-Suedost (Balkans):
114 Jgr.Div.
Stab
Jg.Rgt. 721 (I, II, III)
Jg.Rgt. 741 (I, II, III)
Art.Rgt. 661 (II, III)
Fus.Btl. 114
Pi.Btl. 114
Pz.Jg.Abtl. 114 (- one Kp.) – 6 s.Pak (mot)
H.K.Art.Abtl. 677 (?)
H.Art.Abtl. 764 (?)

From the Ersatz-Heer (Germany):
Inf.-Lehr-Rgt. – with Pi.Kp. and Pak Kp. with 6 s.Pak (mot.)
Gren.Rgt. 1026
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 1027 – with Art.Bttr. with 4 10.5cm l.F.H. and Pak Kp. with 14 Pak (Sfl.)
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 1028 – with Art.Bttr. with 4 10.5cm l.F.H. and Pak Kp. with 14 Pak (Sfl.)
Pz.Abtl. 508 (Tiger)
Sturm-Panzer Abtl. 216
1/Pz,Jg.Abtl. 653 (Elefant)
Pz.Pi.Kp. 811 and 813 (Goliath)
III./Art.-Lehr-Rgt. 1 (I/Art.-Lehr-Rgt. 1 was also ordered to Italy, but never arrived?)
I./Art.-Lehr-Rgt. 2
IV./Art.-Lehr-Rgt. 2
Nebelwerfer-Lehr-Abtl. (18 15cm NW)
LS Btl. 527
LS Btl. 676
Sich.Btl. 936
Sich.Btl. 939
Stell.Bau.Btl. 736 (five other pionier battalions were ordered to Italy, but they have not been identified)
(two Ost battalions were ordered to Italy, but they have not been identified)

Ordered transferred from 14 AOK to command of I Fsch.Jg. Korps at 0710 22 January, departure of the troops in northern Italy began at 1900 22 January:
I Fsch.Jg. Korps Stab (Rome)
Flak-Rgts.Stab 105 (mot)
I/Flak-Rgt. 12 (mot)
II/Flak-Rgt. 241 (mot)
I/Flak-Rgt. 37 (mot)
II/Flak-Abtl. 37 (mot)
Le.Flak-Abtl. 99 (mot)
Flak-KG Prentel
65 Inf.Div. (Genoa)
Stab
Gren.Rgt. 145 (I, II, III)
Gren.Rgt 147 (I, II, III)
Art.Rgt. 165 (- III)
Pi.Btl. 165
s.Pak Kp. (mot.)/Pz.Jg.Abtl. 165
356 Inf.Div.
Fus.Abtl. 356
362 Inf.Div. (Rimini)
Stab
Fus.Abtl. 362
Gren.Rgt. 355 (I, II)
Gren.Rgt. 356 (I, II)
Art.Rgt. 362
Pi.Btl. 362
s.Pak.Kp. (mot.)/Pz.Jg.Abtl. 362
16 SS-Pz.Gren.Div. (Livorno and Lubiano)
II/SS-Pz.Gren.Rgt. 35
II/SS-Pz.Gren.Rgt. 36
4./SS-Art.Rgt. 16 (4 10.5cm l.F.H.)
3./SS-Stu.Abtl. 16 (10 Pak Sfl.)

Ordered transferred from 10 AOK to command of I Fsch.Jg.K. at 0830 22 January:
71 Inf.Div.
Stab
Fus.Btl. 171
Gren.Rgt. 191 (elements)
Gren.Rgt. 194 (I, II)
Art.Rgt. 171 (Stab, II, III, 11., and 12.)
Pz.Jg.Abtl. 171 (with elements from Inf.Div. H.u.D.)
Pi.Btl. 171
FEB 171
3 Pz.Gren.Div.
Stab
Pz.Abtl. 103
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 29 (I, II, III)
Pz.Art.Rgt. 3 (Stab, I, III)
Pz.Pi.Btl. 103
Pz.FEB 3
H.Flak-Abtl. 312
HG Pz.Div.
Stab
Pz.Aufkl.Abtl. HG
Art.Abt. (Stab and probably three batteries, identity unknown)
I/Flak Abtl. HG (+ 1./Flak 49)
26 Pz.Div.
Pz.Aufkl.Abtl. 26
KG Schulz (1 Fsch.Jg.Div.)
Fsch.Jg.Rgt. 1 (Stab and III)
Fsch.Jg. MG Btl. 1
H.Pz.Jg.Abtl. 525 (38 8.8 cm Pak 43 auf Sfl. (Hornisse))
H.Pz.Jg.Abtl. 590 (9 7.62 cm and 7.5 cm Pak, at least 6 of which were Sfl.)
H.Art.Abt. 450 (9 15 cm s.F.H.)
H.Art.Abt. 451 (8 15 cm s.F.H. and 4 10cm s.F.K.)
H.Art.Abt. 764 (6 17 cm K.i.Mrs.Laf.)

Ordered transferred from 10 AOK to command of I Fsch.Jg.K. evening 22 January:
HG Pz.Div.
Pz.Rgt. HG (- II and III)
Sch.Rgt. 1 HG (II, 9., and 10.)
Sch.Rgt. 2 HG (Stab, I, 9., and 10.)
Pz.Art.Rgt. HG – the rest of the regiment, including 13. Bttr. (Panzer-Werfer)
Pz.Pi.Btl. HG
H.Pi.Btl. (mot.) 60
Brandenburg Rgt. 3

24 January:
14 AOK takes over command of the beachhead from I Fsch.Jg. Korps
Flak-Rgt.Stab 131
s.Flak-Abtl. 256
s.Flak-Abtl. 563
s.Flak-Abtl. 646

Ordered transferred from 10 AOK to 14 AOK 24 January:
26 Pz.Div.
Stab
Pz.Rgt. 26 (- I)
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 9 (Stab, I, II)
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 67 (Stab, I, II)
Pz.Pi.Btl. 26
Pz.Art.Rgt. 93 (- Stab/I, 1., 2. and 7.)
H.Flak-Abtl. 304
29 Pz.Gren.Div. (elements)
H.Flak-Abtl. 313 (-)
KG Ens (elments 15 Pz.Gren.Div.)
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 104 (- III) (4 7.5cm Pak)
Pz.Art.Rgt. 33 (- II)
Nebelwerfer Rgt. 56 (II, III and 21. (Pz.-Werfer))
H.Flak.Abtl. 307

Transferred from 10 AOK to 14 AOK on 2 February:
LXXVI Pz.Korps Stab

Known Arrivals:
By evening of 26 January:
4 Fsch.Jg.Div. (all combat ready elements)
3 Pz.Gren.Div. (- Pz.Aufkl.Abtl. 103, Pz.Gren.Rgt. 8 and II/Pz.Art.Rgt. 3)
HG Pz.Div. (- II and III/Pz.Rgt. HG)
KG Schulz (1 Flsch.Jg.Div.)
114 Jg.Div. (leading elements) arrived in Viterbo, 70 km north of Rome
362 Inf.Div. (Rgts.-Gruppe 955) arrived in Viterbo

By midday of 27 January:
Leading elements of 71 Inf.Div. (Div.Stab, Fusilier Btl. and Pz.Jg.Abtl., Pz.Jg.Zuege H.u.D.?)
KG Ens (15 Pz.Gren.Div.)

By evening of 27 January:
362 Inf.Div. (Rgts.-Gruppe 955) was 22 km northwest of Rome. During the day 362 Inf.Div. took over command of the coastal sector Civatavecchia-Tiber from the 71 Inf.Div.

By morning of 28 January:
3./SS-Stu.Abtl. 16 (10 Pak Sfl.)
26 Pz.Div. (Stab, Pz.Gren.Rgt. 67, Pi.Btl. (Stab, 1.), II/Art.Rgt. 93)
71 Inf.Div. (I/Gren.Rgt. 194, II/Art.Rgt. 171 (Stab, 5., 6.)
65 Inf.Div. (Div.Stab, I/Art.Rgt. 165)

By midday of 28 January:
362 Inf.Div. (Stab, Nachr.Abtl.)

By morning of 29 January:
114 Jg.Div. (Fusilier Btl., 3/Pi.Btl., 14 (Pak)/Jg.Rgt. 721)
KG Knoechlein (remaining elements of 16 SS-Pz.Gren.Div.)
715 Inf.Div. (Div.Stab)
26 Pz.Div. (H.Flak-Abtl. 304 (Stab, 3.)
LW-Jgr.Btl.z.b.V. 7

By midday 29 January:
LI Geb.Korps – took command of the coastal area northwest of Rome (Cecina-Tiber)

By evening 29 January:
715 Inf.Div. (leading elements) passed through Rome

By morning of 30 January:
26 Pz.Div. (Pz.Gren.Rgt. 9 (Stab, II), III/Art.Rgt. 93 (-7.), 2./Pi.Btl.)
715 Inf.Div. (I/Gren.Rgt. 735, Pz.Jg.Abtl.)

By evening of 30 January:
715 Inf.Div. (II and III/Gren.Rgt. 725, II/Gren.Rgt. 735) passed through Rome
114 Jg.Div. (III/Jg.Rgt. 721) passed through Rome
Art.-Lehr-Rgt. 2 (plus attached elements of Lehr-Rgt. 1) passed through Rome

By evening of 31 January:
362 Inf.Div. (Gren.Rgt. 956) vic. East of Viterbo
Gren.Rgt. 1026 – under command of LI Geb.Korps north of Rome (Cecenia-Tiber)
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 1028
Stab/Pz.Rgt. HG

By evening of 2 February:
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 1027 (Rgt.Stab, I, I.G.Kp., Stab II, 4., 6. Kp)
I/Pz.Rgt. 4 (first trains arriving)
Eisenbahn-Bttr. Erhardt
Werfer-Rgt. 56

By morning 4 February:
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 1027 (all elements except Pz.Jg.Kp. (Sfl.))
I/Pz.Rgt. 4 (32 Panthers, including 3 command, arrived at the assembly area)
Pz.Abt. 301 (FKL) leading trains arrived at Bologna

By evening 11 February:
114 Jg.Div. (Rgts.Stab, III and 16./Jg.Rgt. 741)
26 Pz.Div. (I/Pz.Art.Rgt. 93)
29 Pz.Gren.Div. (II/Art.Rgt. 29)

By evening 12 February:
114 Jg.Div. (I and II/Jg.Rgt. 741, III/Art.Rgt. 661, Pi.Btl. 114)
29 Pz.Gren.Div. (1 and 3/Pi.Btl. 29, elements of Nachr.Abtl 29)

By evening 13 February:
29 Pz.Gren.Div. (Div.Stab, Rgts.-Stab, I and III, 13 (-1 zug), 14/Pz.Gren.Rgt. 15, Stabs-Kp., 13 and 14/Pz.Gren.Rgt.71, 1 and 3/H.Flak-Abtl. 313, Stab/Pz.Abtl. 129, Nachr.Abtl. 129))
362 Inf.Div. (1/Pi.Btl. 362, Pz.Jg.Kp. 362) at Vetralla
362 Inf.Div. (362 Fusilier Abtl.) with LXXVI Pz.Korps
Inf.-Lehr-Rgt. (II still in route)

By morning 14 February:
29.Pz.Gren.Div. (Stab, I and III/Pz.Gren.Rgt. 71, 1 and 3/Pz.Abtl. 129, 2/H.Flak-Abtl. 313) (as of 14 February 29 Pz.Gren.Div. units remaining with 10 AOK were II and 1 Zug of 13/Pz.Gren.Rgt 15, Stab/III and 4, 7, 8, and 9/Art.Rgt. 29)

By evening 14 February:
29 Pz.Gren.Div. (2/Pz.Abtl. 129)
Sturm-Pz.Abtl. 216
Pz.Pi.Kp. 811 and 813 (Goliath)
Pz.Abtl. (FKL) 301

By evening 15 February:
362 Inf.Div. (Gren.Rgt. 956)
114 Jg.Div. (all elements arrived except I/Art.Rgt. 114 re-equipping in Rome)
Inf.-Lehr-Rgt. (all elements except Pi.Kp. and part of the I.G. Kp.)
s.Pz.Abtl. 508 (18 Tigers operational, expect 25 by 16 February)
E-Bttr. 725

By evening 19 February:
362 Inf.Div. (I/Gren.Rgt. 955, II and III/Art.Rgt. 362)

Known Withdrawals:
28 January:
KG von Bohr (90 Pz.Gren.Div.) transferred in place (vic. Viterbo) to 10 AOK.

29 January:
II/3. Brandenburg Rgt. (1500 hours)

3 February:
Fsch.Jg. MG-Btl. 1
3./H.Art.Abt. 764

6 February:
Gren.Rgt. 1026 (as nucleus for formation of 92 Inf.Div.)

11 February:
KG Ens (15 Pz.Gren.Div.)
71 Inf.Div. (Div.Stab, elements Gren.Rgt. 191, Rgts.Stab and I/Gren.Rgt. 194, Fus.Btl. 171, II/Art.Rgt. 171, Pz.Jg.Abtl. 171, 1 and 3/Pi.Btl. 171, elements Nachr.Abtl. 171)
Pz.Jg.Zuege H.u.D.

13 February:
71 Inf.Div. (III and IV/Art.Rgt. 171 with 7, 8 and 9 Bttr, 2/Pi.Btl. 171)

Unfortunately, the Panzerlage for A.O.K. 14 are not very complete for this period, most of those available are for 1 February and then do not pick up again until 21/22 February. Sorry.

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Post by sid guttridge » Tue Feb 06, 2007 9:47 am

Hi Rich,

Brilliant!

You have just reminded me why I joined Feldgrau in the first place - knowledgeable, on thread, hard fact expertise!

Cheers,

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Post by Rich » Tue Feb 06, 2007 11:25 am

sid guttridge wrote:Hi Rich,

Brilliant!

You have just reminded me why I joined Feldgrau in the first place - knowledgeable, on thread, hard fact expertise!

Cheers,

Sid.
What you think you can get the Allied timeline too with a little bit of flattery? :D Although it's a bit rougher. :wink:

Arrival of VI Corps Units at Anzio
The plan:
VI Corps was to land and “secure the beaches extending north and south of Anzio, for a distance of about six miles in each direction. After securing the initial objectives it was to be prepared to advance across the flat hinterland in the direction of the Colli Laziali (Alban) hill mass which rises to a height of 3,000 feet and controls all routes from the south toward Rome.”
22 January:
H-Hour 0200-0230 initial wave:
1st (Br.) Div – 2nd Brigade Group
6615th Ranger Force – 1st, 3rd and 4th Rangers, 509th PIB
3rd (US) Div – 1-7th Inf, 3-15th Inf, 2-30th Inf, 3rd Div Cavalry Troop
By 0730:
509th PIB seized Nettuno
By 0600 ashore were:
1st (Br.) Div – 3 infantry battalions
6615th Rangers – 2 infantry battalions
3rd US Div – 7 (?) infantry battalions, 4 artillery battalions, 1 tank company, 1 TD company, 2 AAA-AW batteries
By evening ashore were:
1st Division – 2nd SS Bde., 24th Gds Bde, 2nd Bde, 1st Recce Rgt
3rd Division – all
Ranger Force – all, including 509th PIB and 504th PIR
During the day:
Encountered elements of Pz.Gren.Rgt. 71, 29 Pz.Gren.Div. and HG Pz.Div.
Reserves:
During the day the bulk of 1st Division was held as a floating reserve, including 3rd and 24th Guards Brigade Groups, 24th Field and 80th Medium Regiment, RA, and 46th RTR, along with the 504th PIR.
23 January:
During the day:
9 Commando encountered elements of Aufkl.Abt. 129 of 29 Pz. Gren.Div.
1st Div (2nd Bde. Grp.) advanced one to two miles inland.
Ranger Force advanced north on the Anzio-Carroceto Road.
3rd Div advanced up to four miles inland. Four bridges across the Mussolini Canal in front of the 15th Infantry on the far right were blown.
Unloading of 3rd (Br.) Brigade slowed badly by mines and soft sand, shifted to Anzio.
1st Division completed debarkation at Anzio.
504th Parachute Infantry unloaded.
24 January:
0001:
All bridges over the main and left branches of the Mussolini Canal were either blown or under control.
3rd Division patrols were in Borgo Piave and Littorio.
15th Infantry had crossed the left branch of the Canal and the Ficoccia River. But encountered intensifying resistance from FJ Pz.Gren.Rgt. 1 HG.
30th Infantry occupied Conca.
1st Division advanced along the west side of the Anzio-Albano Road.
24th Guards Brigade advanced to Carroceto, but were forced to withdraw under heavy mortar and MG fire.
2nd Brigade secured the south bank of the Moletta River.
1-36th FA (-A & B) unloaded
36th Engineer Combat Regiment unloaded
2nd Special Service Brigade withdrawn
Tank status as of 1200: 105 medium and 17 light operational. 1 medium in repair
25 January:
3rd Division front was extremely active
24th Guards Brigade captured the “Factory”
179th RCT of the 45th (US) Division landed
HQ and detachments of 1st Armored Division landed
1-77th FA unloaded
Tank status unchanged
26 January:
Three German attacks on the British near Carroceto
Three German attacks on the 30th Infantry at Conca
894th TD Battalion debarked night of 25/26 January
Tank status: 109 medium and 17 light operational, 2 medium in repair (5 mediums of 1st AD unloaded)
27 January:
General advance by the 3rd Division
24th Guards Brigade advanced against severe resistance to the outskirts of Carroceto
68th CA (AAA) (-) unloaded
Tank status: 95 medium and 24 light operational, 7 mediums in repair and 9 mediums lost (7 lights of 1st AD unloaded)
Artillery status:
UK:
72 25-pdr
8 4.5”
8 5.5”
24 105mm SP
US:
12 75mm
16 90mm AAA
36 105mm
18 105mm SP
12 155mm How
4 155mm Gun
210 Total
28 January:
Patrol skirmishes
1st AD: 1st Armored Regiment 90%, 6th Armored Infantry (-2nd) 50%, 27th and 91st Armored FA 100%, and other elements 90% unloaded by 1200. Division closed in assembly area as of 2100.
Tank status: 180 mediums and 77 lights operational, 10 mediums and 1 light in repair, 1 medium lost
29 January:
FO #20 issued. Plan is to advance on 30 January to seize the Colli Laziali, block the highway and prepare to advance on Rome.
157th Infantry unloaded 1600.
Tank status: 202 mediums and 77 lights operational, 10 mediums in repair, 1 medium reported lost now in repair
30 January:
All elements of the 45th ID and 645th TD Battalion (-C) unloaded.
141st, 938th and 976th FA Battalions unloading
191st Tank Battalion unloading
Tank status: 223 mediums and 90 lights operational, 13 mediums in repair, 1 medium lost
31 January:
141st, 938th and 976th FA Battalions closed in position
191st Tank Battalion closed in position
Tank status: 230 mediums and 84 lights operational, 24 mediums and 4 lights in repair, 2 mediums and 2 lights lost

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Great data

Post by donwhite » Sat Feb 10, 2007 5:28 pm

Rich,
Great Post! More OOB mana from archival heaven!

cheers

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Post by C.GILLONO » Sun Feb 11, 2007 9:41 am

Many thanks too!
Amateurs talk tactics, historians study logistics, but what about amateur historians?

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Re: Operation Fischfang 1944 at Anzio

Post by tigre » Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:51 pm

Hello to all :D; a little complement.................................

Around Aprilia 1944.

Sources: http://www.ebay.de/itm/PB72-Nettuno-Fro ... rmvSB=true
https://www.amazon.com/armored-infantry ... B00KPYIPVC

Cheers. Raul M 8).
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The spearhead of a panzer grenadier unit advancing forward along a route south of Aprilia; in the picture a Pz Kw V "Panther" Ausf. A (of the I. / PR 4) ........................
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A self-propelled artillery in position, a couple of Sd Kfz 138/1 - 15 cm Schweres Infanteriegeschütz 33 (Sf) auf Panzerkampfwagen 38 (t) Ausf. H - in the destroyed village of Carroceto surrounded of destroyed enemy tanks.........................................
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