Scattered in the Fields
Since 1943, German production slowly moved its emphasis from tanks to tank destroyers. The PzIII left the stage in favour of the StuG 40. 792 vehicles of this type were built in all of 1942, but 435 were built in only March of 1943, and in August, 587. The StuG 40 was more numerous than any German tank in WWII.
Naturally, hundreds of them were left in Czechoslovakia after the end of the war, but many were good only for parts. The majority of the vehicles were from the most numerous Ausf. G modification. 8500 of those were build in total. These were mostly tanks with a cast gun mantlet nicknamed "pig snout" or "pot-mantlet". There are also photos of vehicles build before the summer of 1944 with the older welded design.