Following the capture of the Russian M36 Anti-Tank gun (R9) in huge numbers, the Wehrmacht decided to add it to their ordnance inventory. It was used in its original form as the FK296(r)(R9) but later was redesigned and rechambered to accept the PaK40 cartridge as the Pak36(r ) and saw service on...
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The first 20mm Flak30's were supplied from 1934 with the later Flak38 (Kit G112) introduced in 1938. As a result both these two very efficient weapons saw service together throughout WW2 in every theatre.
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The 20mm Flak38 was introduced in 1938 and was an improved version of the earlier Flak30 (G55). These two very efficient weapons saw service together throughout WW2 in every theatre as both Anti-Aircraft and ground support weapons....
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This 105mm howitzer was the standard German divisional field gun at the outbreak of WWII. A sound, rugged piece of ordnance, differing from the earlier leFH 18, by the addition of a muzzle brake, it served on all fronts until the end of hostilities.
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The 10.5cm FH 18 Howitzer was very heavy piece of ordnance and as a result, on the Russian Front, many had to be abandoned in the mud and slush of 1941-1942. Resultantly an improvised mount was produced using the carriage of the newly available PaK40, with the addition of a larger muzzle brake bu...
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Entering service in late 1941, this was basically a scaled-up PaK38 but was a much superior weapon and was the best of the "standard" German anti-tank guns capable of destoying any Allied tank. They saw service on all fronts from 1941.
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