A German 37 mm ATG guards the base from tank attack.
These late war guns sit ready to fire.
A battery of four guns can deliver a lot of firepower but you have to get supplied with ammo somehow.
Horsedrawn wagons were the most common method of supply in the German Army in WWII.
Often they fuctioned when the trucks were stuck in the mud.
Horse cavalry played a big role on the Eastern Front with both sides using hundreds of thousands of horses.