From Murphy Laws of Combat
The smoke billows and the sound of tank main guns blasting at the north of the battlefield, made panzergrenadiers elsewhere in PL Mohawk wary about their retreat routes. The few in command of those men wondered how many of those very tanks firing over there would cover their retreat or shoot their rears.
Phase Line Mohawk Middle
|A few hundred meters down the road, the Soviet tanks were unable to negotiate the roadblock. and were caught with the combined fires of dismounts, Marders and artillery. The Marder IFVs were no match for the Soviet tanks and were quickly destroyed.|
|A side view of the "roadblock" at PL Mohawk middle. 4 enemy T-72s destroyed, 3 immobilized and maybe one or two trapped between immobile hulls.|
Phase Line Mohawk South
|4th Platoon, B Company should have been hull down on the other side of that hill in the background.|
The flood gates were open and the enemy tanks are pouring through the road that connects Bisperode and Voremberg (K16).