Fourth article in the series about the German camouflage on StuG’s.
The Sturmgesch├╝tz IV (StuG IV) (Sd.Kfz. 167), was a German assault gun variant of the Panzer IV used in the latter part of the Second World War. It was identical in role and concept to the highly successful StuG III assault gun variant of the Panzer III. Both StuG models were given an exclusively tank destroyer role in German formations and tactical planning in the last two years of the war, greatly augmenting the capability of the dwindling tank force available to the German army on the Eastern and Western fronts.

German Camouflage StuG

Fallschirm StuG Brigade 12 – Reichswald, February 1945

German Camouflage StuG

Heer SturmArtillerie Brigade 243 – Berlin, April 1945

German Camouflage StuG

Panzer Abteilung 301 – Normandy, June 1944

German Camouflage StuG

Panzer Abteilung 301 – Normandy, June 1944

German Camouflage StuG

Panzer Abteilung 302 – Warsaw, August 1944

German Camouflage StuG

SS Fallschirmjaeger Batallion 600 – Germany, April 1945

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 243 – Germany, April 1945

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 259 – Poland, July 1944

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 277 – East Prussia, February 1945

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 279 – East Prussia, September 1944

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 279 – East Prussia, September 1944

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 286 – Kishinev, Middle of 1944

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 394 – Normandy, Middle of 1944

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 902 – Poland, August 1944

German Camouflage StuG

StuG Brigade 904 – Poland, July 1944

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