Stalingrad

Factual error: The Germans encounter three enemy tanks, all Russian T-34/85 models that were introduced in mid-1944. Additionally, they shoot at the tanks with an anti-tank gun which is painted sand colour. This colour was not introduced until Feb 1943.

Ian Muir

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