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Two German railway guns (named Robert & Leopold by the Germans) were used to shell the Anzio beachhead. They had a 20 mile range. Both guns were captured by the 168th Infantry Regiment, 34th Div., on June 7, 1944. US Soldiers called them Anzio Annie.

FRENCH FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION (Q 64697) British 12 inch howitzer on railway mounting ("Peeping Tom") firing, near Queant, Pas de Calais.

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 37) Battle of Albert. 15-inch howitzer being prepared for action; 1st July 1916.

THIRD BATTLE YPRES 30 MAY - 1 NOVEMBER 1917 (Q 3018) R.G.A. moving a 9.2 inch howitzer on to its travlling carriaged, to move it forward. Wieltje 5 September 1917

Battle of Albert. Dump of empty ammunition boxes. A small quantity of the total used by one British Division in the bombardment of Fricourt. A horse in the background has a protective headwear.

Italien - März 1944 - bei Nettuno.- Schweres Eisenbahngeschütz vor Tunnel, Soldaten beim Reinigen des Rohrs

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 4701) An 8-inch Mark V howitzer in the snow. Pozieres, February 1917. 20th Siege battery, R.G.A.

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 4703) Four 13 pdr. 9 cwt motor anti-aircraft guns in the snow. Outside Arras, February 1917.