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  • Track link rubber pad remains with some maker markings used by German SDKFZ 250 halftrack used by the 4th Panzer Army recovered on the Dom river area from the battles of November- December 1942 outside Stalingrad

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    This is a track link rubber pad remains with some of its maker markings on the back that can be seen from German SDKFZ 250 half track this one used by the 4th Panzer Army. The link it is rusty but solid with some rust damage but in nice condition it has been very well cleaned the rubber pad is missing the rubber but it is nice and solid not braking up which is perfect for display or any collection. The track link pad was recovered from the site of a destroyed German 250 half track used by the 4th Panzer Army recovered from on the Dom river the area where they fought from the battles of November- December 1942 outside Stalingrad in Russia. The link pad comes with a A5 laminated information sheet with pictures.

    The 4th Panzer Army which had in it units which included the 14th and 24th panzer Divisions and 92nd infantry Division was under the command of General Hermann Hoth it guarded the outside perimeter of Stalingrad while the 6th Army was engaged in the battle to capture the city. For over two months, the 6th Army was embroiled in vicious fighting in the city; though it was able to take over 90% of the city, it was unable to destroy the last pockets of resistance. On 19 November 1942, the Red Army launched operation Uranus, a counter-offensive which encircled of the entire 6th Army the 4th Paer was fighting Russian forces outside the city during the whole of November and December and tried and failed to break the encirclement of Stalingrad in Operation winter storm in December 1942.

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