Monday, September 30, 2013


"- I'll never pee in the holy water again - PROMISE!!"

Behold the madness that was: Mexican Pulp Covers

Panzer: Sturmgeschütz III, ausf C
A damaged Stug awaiting repairs, probably photographed late 1941 or early 1942 in Russia.
The vehicle marked "Pz4" in the background looks like a Panhard 178 armoured car, a number of which were captured from the French army in 1940 and used by the Wehrmacht as Panzerspähwagen P204 (f). Note the high number of "kill"marks painted on the Stug and the small silhouette painted above them which looks like a bunker. Taking out enemy fortifications was a job for the Stug as an infantry close support vehicle.

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