German Artillery of World War Two

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Greenhill Books, 2002 - History - 304 pages
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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. 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 performance, ammunition, projectiles, and propelling charges.

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If you like ordinance and statistics, this book is for you! Well, I supposed you also need to have an interest in German WW2 artillery in particular. Ian Hogg provides a comprehensive survey of all ... Read full review



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IAN HOGG served in the British Army for twenty-eight years and achieved the rank of Master Gunner. He saw action in Europe during WWII, as well as in the Far East and Korea. He is now recognized as a leading expert on infantry weapons and artillery and has produced twenty-seven books on the subject, including the "Encyclopedia of Modern Small Arms," Since retirement in 1972, he has worked as a weapons evaluator and contributed to many defense publications.

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