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Concord Armor At War Series 7059 German artillery at war 1939 45 vol 1
Автор: Frank V. De Sisto
Год издания: 2007
Размер: 57 Mb
Изображения: цветные и черно-белые фото, цветные рисунки
Conventional German artillery was broken down into three main groups: Field Artillery, Anti-Tank Artillery and Anti-Aircraft Artillery. Each group was broken down further, usually using the terms "leichte" (light) and "schwere" (heavy). There was also another break-down, depending on whether a particular piece of ordnance was designed for use by Infanterie (infantry) or Gebirgsjager (mountain) units. In addition. Germany fielded a number of recoilless pieces, primarily for use by Fallschirmjager (airborne) units, which were designated "Leichtgeschutz" (light gun). Germany also fielded self-propelled artillery of all types, tapered-bore anti-tank guns, rocket artillery (including ballistic- and cruise-missiles); super-heavy artillery, railroad guns and coast artillery; several novel experimental designs, and a huge
variety of captured ordnance.