Semovente da M42 75/18 850(i)

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From Pz.Jg.Abt 278 of 278 Infanterie Division

1945, 30 january, Forli. An M42 75/18 in an equipment exhibition arranged by the Vth British Corps.

Germans Semovente da 75/18 near "Nashorn" from sPzJgAbt 525.

(From "Italian Armour in German Service 1943–1945" by Daniele Guglielmi)

Used by Fallschirmjäger

1943, September, Italy

(Picture from Nicola Pignato "Semovente DA-75/18")

From 12. Polizei-Panzer-Kompanie.

History On October 1944, Compagny included one M42 command tank and one 75/18 M42 SP for HQ platoon, and three platoons with four M42 tanks and eight M42 self propelled guns. Sent to Hungary, the company fought soviet troops in Budapest

1945, March, Budapest. Semovente Da 75/18 from 12. Polizei-Panzer-Kompanie.

(From the book "Az elsodort varos (part 1)", 2005, Budapest-Hungary)

( Picture from Panzerfahrzeuge und Panzereinheiten der Ordnungspolizei 1936 - 1945. Werner Regenberg. Podzun-Pallas)

From Pz.Abt. 202

 

1945, May, near Ljubljana. StuG M41 with M15/42 and Pz.Kpfw II (with fitted wood gas converters) from Pz.Abt. 202 on the railway platformsAlso look for Pz.Abt. 202 armor Page 2 and Page 3

(Picture from "Panzerwrecks" No2)

M41 mit 75/18 850(i) with stowage bin on the rear deck instead of a fuel tank. Pz.Abt. 202 receive 9 or 10 italian armoured vehicles when SS StuG Batterie Skanderberg was disbanded in 1945, among them were 2 vehicles of this type, one combat ready and the other in repair.

Abandoned Semovente da 75/18. Belgrad area, 1944.

(From book "Oklopne jedinice na jugoslovenskom ratistu 1941-45" Bojan Dimitrijevic and Dragan Savic)

(From book "Oklopne jedinice na jugoslovenskom ratistu 1941-45" Bojan Dimitrijevic and Dragan Savic)

From Vienna May 1945

Vienna arsenal