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German magnetic anti-tank mine
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Raketenpanzerbüchse 54 (RPzB.54) « Panzerschreck »
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PanzerWurfmine throwing demonstration
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A German soldier operating a dual MG 34 anti-aircraft gun mounted in a small trailer
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10,5 cm Leichtgeschütz 40 (10,5 cm LG 40 L/13) | by Panzer DB
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Panzerwerfer 42 mounted to an armored German halftrack.
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Panzerwerfer 42 mounted to an armored German halftrack.

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M35 prime mover towing 240mm howitzer July 1944

Tube and recoil mechanism of an gun on a transport carriage, towed by the Full-Track Prime Mover (a variant of the Tank Destroyer), Field Artillery Battalion, Monnenheim, 26 February

Battery Lindemann near Calais May 1943. This image is exemplary for the NS propaganda photography used during WWII and shows a cross channel gun which was able to shoot across the English Channel. At the time the print offered here was made, Agfa-Color paper was still at the start of its development and not yet widely available on the market.

Battery Lindemann near Calais May 1943. This image is exemplary for the NS propaganda photography used during WWII and shows a cross channel gun which was able to shoot across the English Channel. At the time the print offered here was made, Agfa-Color paper was still at the start of its development and not yet widely available on the market.

8,8 cm Pa.K. 43/3 leichter Waffenträger auf Fahrgestell Pz.Kpfw. 38D (Ardelt I)

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Photograph showing a French soldier in a front line trench, May 1917. He is firing a pneumatic trench mortar, an indirect fire weapon. This weapon was the counterpart of the German Minenwerfer, a short-range anti-trench weapon.

Photograph showing a French soldier in a front line trench, May He is firing a pneumatic trench mortar, an indirect fire weapon. This weapon was the counterpart of the German Minenwerfer, a short-range anti-trench weapon.

Similar to the British Livens Projector, the German Gaswurfminen was a simple mortar-like weapon for launching chemical shells.  Consisting of a steel tube and an explosive charge set off by an electric current, the weapon could throw a chemical shell almost 2km.  Over eight hundred of these were used against the Italian Army at the Battle of Caporetto, Nov 1917.

The gas was kept in large shells, shown above, until the attack.

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An American lieutenant tries out an captured German Panzerschreck anti-tank rocket launcher.

German troops towing light minenwerfer 1918 IWM Q 023816 - 7.58 cm Minenwerfer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

21 February 1918 - Germans capture Minsk - 24 February - Germans capture Zhytomyr - Seen here are German infantrymen towing the minenwerfer.

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Private Harvey Clark holds a German Panzerchrek (left) and US Bazooka in side-to-side comparison for the benefit of the camera, 1945.

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Two Imperial Japanese Army infantrymen inspect an old cannon at a captured fortification in Nanking, possibly at the Zhonghua Gate, 1937.

Two Imperial Japanese Army infantrymen inspect an old cannon at a captured fortification in Nanking, possibly at the Zhonghua Gate,

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