German Heavy Artillery Guns: 1933-1945
Covers large caliber artillery guns beyond a diameter of 75 mm, used by the Germans during the Second World War. Whilst artillery was perhaps no longer the dominant force it had been in the trench warfare of the Great War, it was nevertheless essential, both in air defense and against tanks. This volume of the Fact File series presents the most important of the largest German artillery and air defense weapons, as well as railway guns and launchers. A meticulously researched and superbly illustrated book, which provides a compact and competent overview.
Historian and author Alexander Lüdeke's main interests are the military and the history of technology. He has an extensive image library, which includes numerous illustrations, a selection of which can be found in this Fact File.
Pub Date: 2015
Format: Paperback with bw & color illus.
Size: 5.50 x 8.50 inches
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