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T-34/76 Model 1943, Pz.Rgt.l 1 6.Panzer-Division, Russia, summer 1943

This captured Russian T-34/76 Model 1943 has been repainted by the Germans in dark sand with a camouflage scheme of light green and orown lines painted in a diagonal stripe pattern. An oversize white outline national cross has been prominently applied to the turret to identify t to German gunners along with a white outline three digit tactical number 742, indicating the second vehicle in the fourth platoon of the seventh company. On the front plote, a white "Op" was painted which signified the commander of Pz.Rgt.l 1, Oberst Herman von Oppeln-Bronokowski. The vehicle has been fitted with a cupola taken from a damaged Pz.Kpfw.lll or Pz.Kpfw.IV

(Picture from Robert Michulec "Panzerdivision 1935-1945. (2) The Eastern front 1941-1945" Concord. Armor at war series. 7034.)

T-34 11 Pz.Rgt. 6 Pz.Div. Battle for Kursk, 1943.

(From "T-34 camouflage and markings". Tank history No20. Tankodrom. 2010)

Lt. Hutchmann T-34 tank from 7 Ko. II Abt. 11 Pz.Rgt. 6 Pz.Div. Rjavets, Battle for Kursk. Juli 1943.

(From "Batailles & Blindes". Magazine No34)

T-34 11 Pz.Rgt. 6 Pz.Div. Battle for Kursk, 1943.

(Picture from Poligon No4(51) 2015)

T-34 from unknown unit, Kurland, September 44.

(Picture from "4 Panzer Divizion 1944-1945 " Wydawnictwo militaria No 102)

T-34 m.1943 belonged Pz.Rgt. 21, 20 Pz.Div. Winter 1943/44.

(Picture from "Steelmasters" magazine No 58)

("Militaria" magazine)

(From "The military machine" Magazine)

T-34 from 14 Pz.Div. Near Jassy (Iasi) city. Early 1944.

(From "T-34 camouflage and markings". Tank history No20. Tankodrom. 2010)

T-34 from 14 Pz.Div. Near Jassy (Iasi) city. Early 1944.

(Picture from Poligon No4(51) 2015)

(From "Minitracks" No3 magazine)