Erich Hagars's photos were in poor condition compared to these, which are pretty well preserved. I managed to get hold of a few but most went for more than I could scrape together for such a volume of images coming along at the same time. Here are 47 of the most relevant ones I managed to download:
The earliest image shows a mishap on a training mission. The image can be dated pre barbarossa as the marking on the left fender was seen on vehicles before the introduction of the turret bin and no other stowage has been fitted.
Not sure at what point his is it could be as late as Autumn 41 and the onset of the mud season.
Early conquest. These views appear to have been taken during the initial part of the invasion when vast distances and many towns were passed through.
612 was Erich Hager's vehicle. it was caught in an ambush behind a TauchPz III which was also destroyed. Along with another two crew men he escaped and spent a period fighting with infantry as the front became unsettled.
a good detail of the holes in the vent louvres where the one piece cover was pulled through
The TauchPzIII and graves of fallen comrades.
An awkward crossing causes a bit of bother for the unit.
Another KOed and decapitated TauchPzIV
The rest of the images are general views of the unit at rest or during resupply, during the summer of 41