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The crew arrives at the cathedral, the rally point for the "big defense" and find themselves alone there. As Müller searches on the radio for traffic, Kertz laughs in disbelief declaring that things have finally fallen apart. He asks Müller what they should do now but receives no reply. The tank is soon surrounded by American forces requesting their surrender, but Schröder opens fire on them. Holding the line against waves of enemy tanks, they are finally forced into retreat by artillery fire, and Kertz makes for the bridge. As they approach the crossing, an explosion rips through the structure, and the Tiger is sent skidding down an embankment as the road beneath them collapses. The vehicle throws a track, rendering it immobile, and Kertz is injured.
 
The crew arrives at the cathedral, the rally point for the "big defense" and find themselves alone there. As Müller searches on the radio for traffic, Kertz laughs in disbelief declaring that things have finally fallen apart. He asks Müller what they should do now but receives no reply. The tank is soon surrounded by American forces requesting their surrender, but Schröder opens fire on them. Holding the line against waves of enemy tanks, they are finally forced into retreat by artillery fire, and Kertz makes for the bridge. As they approach the crossing, an explosion rips through the structure, and the Tiger is sent skidding down an embankment as the road beneath them collapses. The vehicle throws a track, rendering it immobile, and Kertz is injured.
   
With the crew having been lied to fight on, presumably buying time for the demolitions to be prepared, this event serves as the last straw for Kertz' resolve. He dismounts and limps away from the wrecked tank. Müller intervenes, but his vague words of reassurance ring hollow for the both of them as Kertz becomes inconsolable over the things they had believed in and the things they had done in service of those beliefs. He declares that "it's over" before turning to leave. Immediately after, he is shot in the back by Schröder, who brands him a traitor. A devastated Müller leaps from the tank to cradle his dying friend while Schröder begs his commander to return to the tank. Amidst a gunbattle with arriving US troops, Müller discards his Iron Cross in the dirt next to Kertz' corpse.
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With the crew having been lied to to fight on, presumably buying time for the demolitions to be prepared, this event serves as the last straw for Kertz' resolve. He dismounts and limps away from the wrecked tank. Müller intervenes, but his vague words of reassurance ring hollow for the both of them as Kertz becomes inconsolable over the things they had believed in and the things they had done in service of those beliefs. He declares that "it's over" before turning to leave. Immediately after, he is shot in the back by Schröder, who brands him a traitor. A devastated Müller leaps from the tank to cradle his dying friend while Schröder begs his commander to return to the tank. Amidst a gunbattle with arriving US troops, Müller discards his Iron Cross in the dirt next to Kertz' corpse.
   
 
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