Artillery / Germany
Among the post-war requirements for a new German artillery park to replace the lost relics of World War I was that for...
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    Almost as soon as the German army began to adopt new field guns in the late 19th century they adopted the calibre of 77...
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    The German army had chosen the calibre of 105 mm (4,134 in) for its standard field howitzers well before World War I,...
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    In 1935 the German army asked Rhein metall to produce an enlarged version of its 24-cm K 3, and although the design of...
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    During 1935 Rheinmetall began design work on a new heavy gun to meet a German army requirement for a longrange...
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    When it came to artillery design in the years during both world wars, Krupp of Essen can be regarded as the virtual...
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    The gun that became known to the Germans as the 15-cm Kanone 39 (15 cm K 39) came to them via a roundabout route. The...
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    When a German army requirement for a heavy gun to arm the new divisional artillery batteries was made in 1933,...
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