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When facing the overwhelming Allied superiority in air and artillery at Anzio, Oberst Gosewisch remembered the tough lessons he learned as commander of 152. Artillerie Regiment facing the Soviet Army east of Orsha during the Second Battle of Smolensk. He knew to dig his batteries in for protection against the massed Soviet Artillery, erect overhead cover to hide his guns from the prying eyes of Shturmovik flying tanks, and coordinate his fire directly with the front line troops he supported.
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