How to use a Sturmtiger

Based on Documents from February 1945 „Guidelines for the Employment of the Assault Mortar Battery 38 cm RW 61” (“Richtlinien für den Einsatz der Sturmmörser-Batterie 38 cm RW 61“) we look in this video on how a Sturmtiger Battery was used and also some aspects of the vehicle that are usually not (or maybe have never been covered) in the literature as well.

Military History Visualized

Sturmtiger in the Deutsches Panzermuseum. In the front is the main 380 mm caliber rocket-propelled projectile.

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Maus

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The Tiger Tank That Wouldn’t Die

Panther Ambush – Normandy 1944

Tiger Ambush – Normandy 1944

Jagdtiger Ambush – Ardennes 1944

Jagdtiger Ambush 1945!

SS King Tiger Last Stand: Berlin 1945

Tiger I and Stug III in the Battle of Narva (February, 1944)

About King Tiger (Tiger II)

Tiger I

How effective was the Tiger I and Tiger II really?

King Tiger: Why NO MG-42, but MG-34?

Panzer III vs. T-34

Panzer IV vs. S-35 Somua – Comparison in 1940

Panzer IV vs. Sherman

Nashorn vs Pershing, Germany 1945

The most underrated Panzer?

The German Panzer (WWII)

Development of the Panzer Arm to 1939

German Tank Production in World War 2

Did Speer kill the Panzerwaffe by cooking the Books? (feat. Dr. Töppel)

Entwicklung (Tank) Series

The King Tiger’s Big Brother – E-100 Mega Tank

WW2 German Tank Type and Size Comparison 3D

Panzers in Spain (1936-1939)

Panzer Tactics – “Blitzkrieg” Years – Platoon

German Panzer Tactics WW2 – Attack

Top 7 German Panzer aces

Top 10 German Tank Aces – The Masters of the Blitzkrieg

T-34/76 on the Eastern Front (1941)

Sturmgeschütz (StuG) – German Assault Artillery

StuG School October 1943

German Self-Propelled Artillery Vehicle Hummel (German: “bumblebee”)

Stripped & Scrapped – What Happened to WW2 German Armour

German Army Armoured Fighting Vehicle Uniforms 1934-1945

Why Halftracks? Why limited to WW2 only?

The Kettenkrad

Read about WWII here

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