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Soviet 76mm Divisional Gun M1942 (ZiS-3) being towed by horses, Eastern Europe, 1 Oct 1942Troops of Soviet 144th Division on the move northwest of Vyazma, Russia, 1 Mar 1943; note ZiS-3 field gun barely visible, being towed by the horses
Soviet 76mm Divisional Gun M1942 (ZiS-3) being towed by horses, Eastern Europe, 1 Oct 1942Troops of Soviet 144th Division on the move northwest of Vyazma, Russia, 1 Mar 1943; note ZiS-3 field gun barely visible, being towed by the horses
Troops of the German Soviet troops and heavy equipment fording a shallow river in Ukraine, 1944; note T-34 tanks, ZiS-3 gun, and M-42 gun
Troops of the German 'GroƟdeutschland' Division on a road in Russia with Soviet ZiS-3 field guns and a Tiger I heavy tank, fall 1943Soviet troops and heavy equipment fording a shallow river in Ukraine, 1944; note T-34 tanks, ZiS-3 gun, and M-42 gun
Soviet forces marching past a wrecked German Panzer IV tank, 1943-1945; note ZiS-3 gun being towed by horsesSoviet ZiS-3 guns bombarding German positions near Seelow Heights, Berlin, Germany, 16-19 Apr 1945, photo 1 of 2
Soviet forces marching past a wrecked German Panzer IV tank, 1943-1945; note ZiS-3 gun being towed by horsesSoviet ZiS-3 guns bombarding German positions near Seelow Heights, Berlin, Germany, 16-19 Apr 1945, photo 1 of 2
Soviet ZiS-3 guns bombarding German positions near Seelow Heights, Berlin, Germany, 16-19 Apr 1945, photo 2 of 2Soviet 76mm Divisional Gun (ZiS-3) on display at Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, circa 2005
Soviet ZiS-3 guns bombarding German positions near Seelow Heights, Berlin, Germany, 16-19 Apr 1945, photo 2 of 2Soviet 76mm Divisional Gun (ZiS-3) on display at Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, circa 2005
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