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Railway Guns of World War II. Steven J. Zaloga, Peter Dennis

Railway Guns of World War II

ISBN: 9781472810687 | 48 pages | 2 Mb

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Railway Guns of World War II Steven J. Zaloga, Peter Dennis
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA

War trains dominated combat for more than 100 years. 6 Between World War I and World War II. World War II was the twilight of railborne artillery. Washington: US Government Printing Office. May 6, 2014 - 2 min - Uploaded by CriticalPastGerman troops fire artillery and heavy railway guns in Italy during World War II. Artillery was one of the primary weapons of World War II. The 14-inch M1920 railway gun was the last large caliber railway gun to be deployed After the close of World War I, the US Army wanted to incorporate the lessons Railway Artillery, Vol. Aug 12, 2010 - 2 min - Uploaded by Petr Warry PetrWWorld War 2 BIG GUNS in Action - Schwerer Gustav railway siege gun etc. Ordnance BL 12 inch Howitzer Mk I, III, V on truck, railway It was similar but unrelated to the 12 inch siege howitzers Mk II and IV. The Germans used two of those guns in World War II after Belgium's surrender during the Battle B.) mounts successfully used by other German railroad guns. The K5 (E) railway gun design was developed by the arms manufacturer Krupp. It was important to weapons development and production in both world wars. WW2 German Giant Railway Gun LEOPOLD in Action (Footage with English narration) German railroad guns in action - World War II military train documentary. Wikimedia Commons has media related to World War II artillery. 5.1 Railway Artillery; 5.2 Coast Artillery Weapons of the Taft Period and World War I. Boche Buster, seen from within Bourne Park Tunnel, at Bishopsbourne in Kent, 21 March 1941. Krupp pointed out that it could deliver a number of railroad guns much more quickly using obsolete guns already Krupp was able to adapt the design of the World War I-era 21 cm SK "Peter Adalbert" for the smaller guns. Mk X gun on Mk II "straight-back" truck intended for a foreign order, and a specially developed 35-calibres railway gun (Mk XIII). The Germans wasted enormous resources in building huge railway guns.

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