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Originally from a museum in Holywell, Wales, as other German 15 cm sFH 18 guns shown in UK museums, like Norfolk Tank Museum, this howitzer shows evidences of Russian...read more

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 Lieutenant) March 25, 2017

"Hummel" engineered by Alkett (Altmärkische Kettenwerk GmbH), assembled 1944 by German Iron Works Duisburg, crew of 7, 12 cylinder Maybach HL 120, 220 kw (295 hp), 15 centimeter (150 mm) howitzer, 12 km cannon range; initially a stop gap howitzer, it was so successful that it was manufactured...read more

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Mörser Karl-Gerät was a World War II German self-propelled siege mortar designed and built by Rheinmetall. It was meant to be behind front lines by a couple miles and expel huge shells to bunkers and buildings to get the enemy out. The Karl-Gerät was a very accurate vehicle, accurate enough...read more

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Unlike many military items that claim they are WW2, this Howitzer is dated 1937 and was removed from a disused Soviet base near to Dukelska in Czech Republic. It stood as a gate guard for many years, this area was where the Soviets advanced through from southern Poland...read more

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The Panzerwerfer 42 auf Maultier, a German Half-track multiple rocket launcher, weighed 7.1 tonnes, was six meters long, two meters wide, and nearly three meters high. It was capable of reaching speeds of up to 40 km/h. One of these half tracked vehicles generally carried a Nebelwerfer 41...read more

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 HQ Batallón) October 23, 2016

The 7,5 cm leichtes Infanteriegeschütz 18 (7,5 cm le.IG 18) was a short-barrelled howitzer, used as infantry support gun of the German Wehrmacht during World War II. It was designed to augment assault troops with close artillery support and was essential in the reduction of enemy strong points...read more

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This is a very rare and impressive piece of history, deactivated main gun, weight 14 tons, towed by High Speed tractor or 7 ton truck, Price on application, this historic artillery is properly deactivated.

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 Lieutenant) October 19, 2016

This is a captured footage showing the massive railroad guns used by Germany during World War II. Some reports claim as many as 1200 troops were needed to operate the biggest railroad guns, that is a lot of manpower tied up.

The Second World War saw the final use of the railway gun, with...read more

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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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