The Germans only deployed an average of three StuG brigades on the West Front from June to October 1944, and thereafter an average of six until the end of the war.
The infantry was quick to appreciate the offensive qualities of the StuGs, making them a high-demand weapon for eliminating of enemy bunkers, machine gun nests, strong points, and fortified lines.
Even if individuals could describe their STUG
reactions in detail, many had difficulty with pinpointing the trigger and its related specific loss.
Baumeisterarbeiten without outdoor facilities during the project STUG
Extraction system in the course of the project STUG
Heating and plumbing in the course of the project STUG
Electric installations (high and low voltage systems) within the project STUG
pa'i gnas/ nges pa lnga ldan stugs
(9) po bkod pa'i zhing/ gnas yul dur khrod/ rgya gar rgya nag li dang bal yul bod dang bod chen po glo bo sa longs dkar po gnas chen gangs brag mtsho gsum la sogs pa [lags/dus phun sum tshogs pa] sgron me'i bskal pa bzang po'i sangs rgyas stong rtsa gnyis byon pa'i dus/ ston mchog shakya'i rgyal po'i sgrub 'bras lung gsum gyi bstan pa lnga brgya pa phrag gsum dang rtags (10) tsam 'dzin pa'i bstan pa lnga brgya phrag gcig ste/ bstan pa lnga brgya pa phrag bcu gnas pa las 'dul ba'i lung gi dus lags/ ston pa phun sum tshogs pa 'das dang ma 'ongs da ltar dus gsum gyi ston pa sangs rgyas chos longs sprul gsum gyi bdag nyid can rnams dang/ bstan 'dzin skyes bu dam pa rgya gar gyi pan grub/ bod kyi