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 Lieutenant) May 26, 2016

Welcome to the new Photo's Only video of the Pak 40 at Groesbeek, The Netherlands.read more

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 Lieutenant) April 25, 2016

This PaK 40 is in great shape for its age/situation. Good design, low profile, light weight, and hard hitting. The WWII German PaK (PanzerAbwehrKanone) 40 was developed in early WWII but didn't see widespread production until about 1941. The gun was often used by allied forces whenever they...read more

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The 7.5 cm Pak 40 formed the backbone of German anti-tank guns for the latter part of World War II, so it was the standard German anti-tank gun. Following the invasion of the USSR in 1941 and the appearance of heavily armoured Soviet tanks such as the T-34...read more

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The 6-pounder anti-tank gun was developed and produced in Great Britain during World War II. The first 6-pdr anti-tank guns saw service with the British 8th Army in North Africa in the summer of...read more

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 Lieutenant) April 20, 2015

PAK-36 Deventer Bridge. This PAK-36 stands next to the Deventer Bridge to commemorate the liberation of Deventer by the Canadians in 1945. This Bridge was also the Bridge that was used in the movie A Bridge to Far.read more

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The German 88 mm Flak gun was one of the most famous and feared weapons of the Second World War. Known by its various types as the 8.8 cm Flak 18, 36 or 37, it was designed as an anti-aircraft gun (“Flak” is a contraction of Flugabwehrkanone, meaning “antiaircraft gun”); but it also performed...read more

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