4 edition of German Artillery of World War One found in the catalog.
September 14, 2001
Written in English
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German Artillery of World War Two Hogg Complete details of German artillery used in WWII: infantry, mountain, field, heavy field, heavy, railway, anti-aircraft, anti-tank, coastal, and recoilless artillery/5(9). British Artillery on the Western Front in the First World War: 'The Infantry cannot do with a gun less' (Routledge Studies in First World War History) by Sanders Marble.
Germany entered war i with a powerful Light Field Artillery principally based on its modern cm FK96 n/A light fieldgun and its cm lFH 98/09 light field howitzer developped in tight collaboration with their talentueous industrials Krupp and RheinMetall, accompanied by some older weapons as reserves. This is a well-researched and accessible guide to developments in artillery in Britain, France, the United States of America, Italy, Belgium, Serbia and Russia. With over photographs and diagrams from archives around the world, chapters cover field artillery, heavy artillery, railway artillery, coastal defence artillery, anti-aircraft guns /5(9).
The Germans made excellent use of all artillery systems at their disposal - from World War 1 designs to captured pieces from their enemies. There are a total of [ 56 ] WW2 German Artillery () entries in the Military Factory. NEW copy. Battery Press, Hardcover issued without dust jacket. 17 photographs/drawings, pages. "Originally prepared by the British General Staff's Intelligence Branch, this is the last reference book on the German Army produced by the British before the end of World War I.".
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Jaeger's book is a great - albeit basic - introduction to the Imperial German artillery of WWI. Descriptions of the guns and a bit of history associated with their development and employment - a must have reference for those interested in the weapons of the Great War.
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World War I introduced the use of artillery on a hitherto unprecedented scale, changing the very nature of war from a series of set-piece battles to stalemates punctuated by attacks on frontlines. Starting with development of German artillery throughthis illustrated history describes in detail the light and heavy howitzers used by the Germans before going on to examine heavy mortars and.
The war saw artillery used on a hitherto unprecedented scale, and in this highly illustrated work, Herbert Jager details the weapons used by the German Army.
The war saw artillery used on a hitherto unprecedented scale, and in this illustrated book, the author details the weapons used by the German Army.
Starting with the development in German artillery up tothe book goes on to describe in detail the field artillery - light guns, and light and heavy howitzers - that were used, before covering 4/5(5).
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This lavish, large size book with the detailed individual biographies of the seven German battlecruisers of the First World War has to be the key reference book on this endlessly fascinating subject. This thoroughly absorbing book is extensively illustrated with a huge number of photographs, many newly or rarely seen, plus diagrams, including Price: £ BY IAN V HOGG, PUB GREENHILLORIG PUB AND THE ONLY PUBLICATION YOU WILL NEED ON THIS SUBJECT.
German Artillery of World War Two also contains details of the general organisation of the German artillery arm, together with the development histories of the weapons and their ammunition.
In addition, the book contains a series of comprehensive data tables, and appendices including a /5(16). Wikimedia Commons has media related to World War I artillery pieces of Germany.
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[Herbert Jäger] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel). There are a total of [ 8 ] WWI German Artillery () entries in the Military Factory.
Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. German Artillery of World War One. Ramsbury, UK: The Crowood Press, Later printing of a work.
Hardcover. Squarish octavo (standard size). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards and dust jacket. w/ many b&w illus., tables, glossary of terms, index.
Jaeger's book is a great - albeit basic - introduction to the Imperial German artillery of WWI. Descriptions of the guns and a bit of history associated with their development and employment - a must have reference for those interested in the weapons of the Great War/5(11).
German Artillery of World War Two Hogg Complete details of German artillery used in WWII: infantry, mountain, field, heavy field, heavy, railway, anti-aircraft, anti-tank, coastal, and recoilless artillery. Official name and abbreviation, and any code name, is given for every piece, with a summary of its history and career, followed by extensive tables with technical specs, and details of 4/5(1).
German Artillery of World War Two also contains details of the general organization of the German artillery arm, together with development histories of the weapons and their ammunition.
In addition, the book contains a series of comprehensive data tables, and appendices including a glossary of technical terms/5(15). The book is a fairly comprehensive survey of the different types of artillery used by the German Army in World War Two - lavishly illustrated with ca.
photos and drawings. 1 copy € IAN V. HOGG (–) was one of the world’s foremost experts on firearms, artillery, ammunition and fortifications. Editor of Jane’s Infantry Weapons from toamong his many other books are The Guns, –45, The Greenhill Military Small Arms/5(26).
Buy German Artillery of World War One First Edition by Jager, Herbert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10).As in wars prior, artillery in World War 1 (The Great War) was a prerequisite for battlefield success.
Artillery proved the number one threat to infantry and tanks alike and came in several light, medium and heavy forms. Additionally, field guns served in the direct line-of-sight role while mortars and howitzers allowed for indirect fire support.Biographical sketch.
Ian V. Hogg enlisted in the Royal Artillery of the British Army in April During World War II he served in Europe and in eastern Asia. After the war he remained in the military.
In the early s, he served in the Korean ther he served in the military for 27 years.