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After the Tiger is attacked by rocket-firing [[Mosquito]]s and forced to hide beneath a ruined building, Hartmann is instructed to inspect the tank for damage while the rest of the crew decide who should be sent outside the tank to scout out an exit. Schröder argues that Hartmann, being unhinged and the only non-essential member of the crew, should be it, while Kertz objects believing him to be "in no fit state" to carry out such a dangerous mission. Following a moment of hesitation, Müller orders Hartmann to leave the tank. He strongly refuses, pleading with his commander using his first name and simply offering the excuse that "he can't". Müller appeals to his sense of duty, and Hartmann gingerly ventures out watched by his fellow crew until they lose sight of him. The crew waits for him to reappear, with Schröder branding him a deserter until the sudden arrival of a [[United States Army#Battlefield V|US Army]] tank column forces them to escape their hiding spot, leaving Hartmann behind.
 
After the Tiger is attacked by rocket-firing [[Mosquito]]s and forced to hide beneath a ruined building, Hartmann is instructed to inspect the tank for damage while the rest of the crew decide who should be sent outside the tank to scout out an exit. Schröder argues that Hartmann, being unhinged and the only non-essential member of the crew, should be it, while Kertz objects believing him to be "in no fit state" to carry out such a dangerous mission. Following a moment of hesitation, Müller orders Hartmann to leave the tank. He strongly refuses, pleading with his commander using his first name and simply offering the excuse that "he can't". Müller appeals to his sense of duty, and Hartmann gingerly ventures out watched by his fellow crew until they lose sight of him. The crew waits for him to reappear, with Schröder branding him a deserter until the sudden arrival of a [[United States Army#Battlefield V|US Army]] tank column forces them to escape their hiding spot, leaving Hartmann behind.
   
[[File:Hartmann_3.png|thumb|left|250px|Hartmann hanged for desertion]]
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[[File:Hartmann 3.png|left|thumb|250px|Hartmann hung for desertion]]
   
 
Later as the crew rally at the final defensive line around the cathedral, they come across the group of German deserts, now hanged from lampposts. Amongst the dozens of bodies, Hartmann hangs from an arched street sign over a road; who is himself labelled as a deserter. While Schröder reaffirms his belief in Hartmann's cowardice, Müller snaps at him to shut up, stating that Hartmann did his duty.
 
Later as the crew rally at the final defensive line around the cathedral, they come across the group of German deserts, now hanged from lampposts. Amongst the dozens of bodies, Hartmann hangs from an arched street sign over a road; who is himself labelled as a deserter. While Schröder reaffirms his belief in Hartmann's cowardice, Müller snaps at him to shut up, stating that Hartmann did his duty.
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