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The crew wears the usual one piece coverall. This was officially supposed to be black, but it also appeared in dark blue and even khaki. AT-34 Model 1943 moves forward after having knocked out a German PzKpfw IV tank during the LvovSandomierz offensive in late July 1944. This vehicle is heavily laden with spares including at least two crates of 76mm ammunition, and a spare drive sprocket on the left hull side. This tank carries the box-style rear fuel tank rather than the later cylindrical style.
N. G. Kolly) Another view of a group of tank desant on a T-34 Model ' 943 near Voroshilovgrad in 1943. The large log on the side of the tank is used to unditch the tank. There were special attachment points on the track for the crew to lash the unditching beam. (N. G. Kolly) The success of the German StuG III Sturmgeschutz prompted the Soviets to develop a similar vehicle, the SU122. This was armed with a 122mm M30 howitzer in a fixed casemate. These vehicles were intended to provide direct fire support during infantry operations.
Vdovenko) The heavy losses suffered by the Wehrmacht in 1944 made it more susceptible to desertions. This is a T-34 Model 1943 converted as a propaganda vehicle with loudspeakers in armored containers on the fender. This tank was sent near the front lines with volunteers from amongst German POWs in an effort to encourage further desertions. This is a good overview of the SU85 in its standard configuration. As is evident from this view, the SU-85 carried four external fuel cylinders rather than the 3 usually carried on tanks at this time.
Allied Forces: Central Europe (Tanks Illustrated 1) by Pierre Touzin