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Intent upon special techniques, Corporal Igor Lyubshin, a T72 tank commander in the tank battalion of 290th MRR gave attention to the mounting of the KMT 5 mine-plough fitted to the front of his tank.
Schädelbauer's cry rang out above the din and everyone in the tank was struck by the sound wave like a hammer-blow.
Greggs was sweeping the floor; and in the tank of sea water sat
He rolled sideways, hit the ground, and kept rolling as he heard the tell-tale whoosh of the fuel in the tank igniting, not exploding—it wasn’t under enough pressure—but flinging a blade of hot-star radiance a good thirty bright feet in the air from under Mr. Penske’s fine vehicle, bleaching the color from the day for just a second.
Leeb's action is still less excusable when we recall that the purpose of the redeployment, namely the use of the two Panzer corps in a fresh series of mobile battles in the centre of Russia, had been made clear to him, and he must have realised that their committal to a frontal attack on a major enemy fortress could only result — whatever the outcome of the operation — in the tank force being handed over to Army Group Centre in a thoroughly worn-out and depleted condition.