Though not taken at Stavelot, this picture of a 3-inch Atk Gun much resembles the position of Sgt Hauser's gun. Location of the gun-position of Sgt Hauser inside Stavelot View attachment 18876 The gunners view into the town. The enemy tanks appeared at the far end of the road. View attachment 18877 Sgt Hauser's gun engaged the German tanks that debouched from the Rue Haut Rivage in the far background of this photo. They were definitely Panther tanks (Pz V). The armored spearhead of the KG Peiper at the time only had Panthers; the MK IV's had been deviated to Wanne, for an attack on the southern bridge at Trois Ponts; theTigers appeared later in the tail of the column. The story of Capt Kent therefore seems plausible to me. Unfortunately I lent my copy of Hubert Laby's book about the Stavelot battle, which surely has the answer to our question.