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japonais de 240mm Type 90

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K.5 Railway gun "Leopold". This gun was captured in Italy had been firing on the Anzio beach head. The Germans built 25 units by the end of the war.

Railway Gun Leopold This gun was captured in Italy after it, and a second gun ("Robert"), had been firing on the Anzio beach head. The Germans built 25 units by the end of WWII.

28 cm DüKa auf Panther Langholzprinzip by Jaroslaw Janas

28 cm DüKa auf Panther Langholzprinzip by Jaroslaw Janas

Dit is BERTA! TUM TUM TUUUUMM. Dit is was in de tweede wereld oorlog het grootste kanon van de wereld. Ze moesten er speciaal twee railsen voor aanleggen. Er was 48 keer mee geschoten en toen was zij stuk en is ze nooit meer gebruikt. De schietlengte is 51 KM

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Gustaf German World War 2 Railway Gun. Gustav Gun (know as the Schwerer Gustav gun), was the longest and largest gun in Germany.

"Gustav Gun" built in Essen, Germany in 1941. The strategic weapon of its day, the Gustav Gun was built at the direct order of Adolf Hitler for the express purpose of crushing Maginot Line forts protecting the French frontier. To accomplish this, Krupp designed a giant railway gun weighing 1344 tons with a bore diameter of 800 mm (31.5") and served by a 500 man crew commanded by a major-general.

Railway Gun Leopold This gun was captured in Italy after it, and a second gun ("Robert"), had been firing on the Anzio beach head. The Germans built 25 units by the end of WWII.

A German Krupp K5 283mm railway gun firing. It was one of the most commonly used railway guns during World War 2 by Germany.

A German Krupp railway gun firing at a distant target. It was the most commonly used German railway gun of World War II.

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Sold to the Japanese and designated Type 90 railway gun :age

British 14inch Railway gun. Originally built to arm the Japanese Battleship Yamashiro they were never delivered and were converted into Rail Artillery near the close of WWI in 1918.

Originally built to arm the Japanese Battleship Yamashiro they were never delivered and were converted into Rail Artillery near the close of WWI in

1/35th Scale - German Wehrmacht - WW II - Krupp 280mm K5(E) 'Leopold' Railway Gun (1)

1/35th Scale - German Wehrmacht - WW II - Krupp 280mm K5(E) 'Leopold' Railway Gun (1)

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