In the final hours of the Battle of the Bulge, the German Luftwaffe launched its final, final, and biggest attempt to crush the Allied forces, and a huge number of tank destroyers came to the aid of their allies.
But the most celebrated of these was a German tank destroyer called the Gustav, nicknamed the “Borg.”
The Gustav was a monster of a tank, capable of tearing through Allied armor, destroying enemy trenches, and destroying German fortifications with a single hit.
But it wasn’t the biggest, the fastest, or the most powerful tank in the world, it was, in fact, the only one in the entire Battle of France, and it was destroyed by the German tank ace, the notorious Heinkel He 112, just a few hours before it was scheduled to make a direct hit on the Allied tank destroyer.
“A great tank destroyer,” the Luft waffe would boast.
“I’m very proud of the Gustav.”
That was the story of how the “Gustav” was able to destroy a great tank, and why the Luves had to destroy it.
But that’s not all the story, and that’s why the German side was determined to destroy the entire He 112 and its crew.
To prove it, the Lufts captured every one of the He 112s crew and took them to a remote area of the battlefield, where the He 111s crew were given a choice: either to surrender or die.
The German side knew it would be a difficult battle, but they didn’t want to give up just yet, and they weren’t going to allow the He 110s crew to be captured alive.
The Luft’s commander, General Karl Wolff, decided that if the He 109s and He 111’s crew surrendered, then the Lufs forces would win.
The He 111 was an old tank that was built to take on the most modern German tank designs and to have the firepower of an armored assault vehicle.
However, this particular tank was the last one built before the First World War, and was the only He 111 ever built.
The Germans had been planning on making a new, heavier, more powerful, and more accurate tank for a very long time.
The design was to be called the He 114, and in 1915, it would have been called the HE 112.
The idea was that the He 113 and HE 114 would have a combined armor rating of at least 105mm (4.3 in) and at least 120mm (5.6 in), and that their armor would be stronger than that of the HE 110.
The tank would also have a much higher rate of fire than any other tank in its class, as well as better armor penetration and increased frontal armor.
The HE 112 would have the same range and a similar top speed.
The problem was that this new tank would be much heavier than the He 115, which was an armored tank that would be similar in weight to the HE 115.
In 1915, the He 118 was built.
This new tank was to carry the same specifications as the HE 111 and would be based on the same platform as the He111.
However its main weakness was that it was not meant to fight against modern infantry.
In fact, it wasn´t meant to even exist at all.
Instead, the HE 114 was to take up the role of the older He 112.
It would have similar armor ratings, but its only purpose would be to be used as a mobile assault vehicle to help the He112s troops to the rear, where it would act as a stationary heavy machine gun.
The new He 116, which the Germans had begun calling the He 117, would have roughly the same armor rating, but with more frontal armor, a heavier turret, and even a more powerful engine.
The plan was to use the HE 116 as a heavy machinegun, but the HE 117 would be used to drive it.
However the Germans wanted to destroy all three He 112´s, the other two had to be destroyed first.
The only way to do this was to destroy both the He 11 and the He 108, then destroy the HE 11, and then the He 10.
The three He 111´s would have to be neutralized first, then destroyed.
And the He 116 had to escape before it could be used.
The entire battle was a fiasco.
It was impossible to find the three He 11´s and the two He 108´s.
It had been so well planned and meticulously executed that the Germans never really had the chance to destroy them, and there was never enough time for the crews to be freed.
The crew of the German armored assault vessel “Rundschutzen” was captured and taken to the remote area.
In order to prove that they had defeated the He 102, the crew of Rundschute had to find all the three tanks, but that was the end of that.
The captured crew were taken to an unknown location,