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The opening phases of Operation Barbarossa, the German  invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941, brought a large quantity of captured war materiel into into the German armoury. So many Soviet anti-aircraft guns were captured and were taken into the German Inventory....read more

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This weapon has a true Battle of Normandy provenance. It was painted in the standard "Dunkel Gelb" ordark and finish and supplied in 1942 to a Luftwaffe anti-aircraft division where it found its way to Normandy in early 1943. By June 44, it was positioned...read more

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On this video, World of Guns's purpose is only to be a guide for the wiki and show the process, not fastest times. The simplest way I could think of to show it and be uniform on all guns was to use hints. 

World of Guns: Gun Disassembly lets you delve into the inner workings of guns from...read more

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The “88” was designed by Krupp engineers in Sweden in cooperation with Swedish Bofors. In the Spanish Civil War (1936-39), the German Condor Legion deployed a mobile flak detachment with 88s, which proved accurate and versatile in combat. The...read more

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The purpose of this study is twofold: to give U. S. troops a comprehensive picture of German antiaircraft artillery and its use, and at the same time to furnish U. S. antiaircraft artillerymen data by which they can compare German methods with their own. Although
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The 3.7 cm Flak 18/36/37/43 was a series of anti-aircraft cannon produced by Nazi Germany that saw widespread service in the Second World War. The cannon was fully automatic and effective against aircraft flying at altitudes up to 4,200 m. The cannon was produced in both towed and self-...read more

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