Regiment: 23 Hussars Serial No.: D.32. Name: Bucephalus Mark: - W.D. No.: 334983 Date: 30 March 1945 Photo No.: 35 Figure Nos.: 30, 32, 33 11th Armoured Division, Tank Casualties, 1945 Range: 100 yards Cause of Damage: A.P. (75 mm.) penetrations. Fire Damage: Confined Other tanks involved in same incident: Circumstances: Static, firing at German half-track vehicles, was stalked by a German S.P. which fired from about 100 yards in front of the tank. Turret at 8 o'clock. Position of Hit: a) penetration through top right hand corner of the Driver's compartment; b ) penetration 75 mm. diameter through the lower front glacis plate, just internal to left hand towing hook; c) and d) penetrations about 75 mm. in diameter through the back of the turret. Course & Effect of Projectiles: Shot a) removed hinge of Driver's hatch, went back through the side stowage bin and caused the crew to bale out. The exact paths of shots b ), c) and d) were not traced. Fire in turret and front compartments. Not Known whether engine involved or not. Remarks: Tank seen but it was not possible to examine it fully owing to failing light. Fate of Crew: Unhurt. Driver: Superficial wound left wrist. RTD in 5/52. Category A.1.