About location of Tiger 223:
Here is the pole(tephone i guess)
I think we all agree now possibly that the wreck at Cintheaux is not the original Tiger 314?
The problem i have to see a "4" there as last digit is this
There is no gab between wich you would need for a "4"
From my view this number can also be simple 311
On this point i like to ask who was leader of the 1.Zug in the 3.Kompanie at this time? If the Tiger at Cintheaux was renumbered, why should it not possible we see the Tiger of the leader of the 1.Zug?
In the weeks before "Totalize" the chief of 3.SS101 was Hanno Raasch and the leader of the 1.Zug of 3./SS101 was Alfred Günther. Both lost her Tiger(Günther also his live) at EVRECY bombardement(14/15 June). These destroyed Tigers were 305 and 311 probably.
Raasch was wounded but came back to the front later and found his dead around 20 Juli.
At Cintheaux was Franz Heurich chief of 3./SS101 in Tiger 304 probably. Who was leader of the 1.Zug 3./SS101, was it Peter Kisters and was it his Tiger next to Wittmanns?
If the wreck Tiger (314?) was possibly renumbered, why as 314 again and not as 311(Tiger of the leader of 1.Zug)?
And if it was a renumbered Tiger, why it should be not possible that we are confused by traces of the former number?
A last one: Is it possible the original Tiger 311 was not the one lost on EVRECY and we have him here on the photo?
I forgot to mention in the unit history of SS101 is written that Otto Blase(Tiger 314) didn´t lost his Tiger on that day.