At this time OBl Wenck was the chief of staff of a panzer division, which was involved in a big battle of encirclement. We drove to the staff of the division, which had to go through tough tank attacks to reinforce what was happening on the ground at that time. The flying officer Bob, who did not know anything about it - in between. I did not feel very good in that situation. Sometimes we were just 100 meters away from the shooting and I saw 500 meters away from us a Russian monster tank (52 tons) which shot steadily in our direction. At that time it was the biggest tank of the world. It was a special construction which could not turn the cannon because of the heavy weight. The tracks of the tank were broken, so he could not turn onto his target - our command stand. So he shot in one direction many meters beneath us. That was our luck. In such situations "my back went on ice". Around evening the tank battle lulled and we ran to the command stand, which was situated in a motor-bus. For celebrating the gone day, OBL Wenck gave a cup of champagne to me..
хреновый перевод, но понять можно что к чему. Т.е. КВ с разбитыми гусеницами стрелял в одном и том же направлении "по нам", но снаряды ложились позади нашего КП, и это нас спасало. Собственно КП 1 ТД размещался в штабном автобусе, да.. Я думаю, вот это фото: ствол направлен на какую то деревуху в неск сотнях метров:
Возможно, это и есть Восилишкис. Собственно по хронологии событий только Восилишкис бы подошел, он пару дней выходил к линии фронта. Скажем, Шаукотас -- врядли..
Да еще вариант 4b, да он застрял, но это такое дело..