Clive Mortimore wrote:The limber and horses harnesses look very similar to the ones in the photos in "Artileria Romana in date si imagini " by Col Adrian Stroea and Lt Col Gheorghe Bajenaru. So I think they are Romanian.
I agree, and if you look closely, one of the troopers has a Mannlicher-Berthier mle. 1892/16 carbine slung on his back, Romanians had received a good number of these from France post World War 1 (as did the Yugoslavs btw). At this point Yugoslavs would more likely have vz. 24 Mausers. The barrels look too short to be the field gun I think, could they be the 100mm FH... or not?
I guess the barrel of the Romanian 76.5mm M-1928 Skoda field gun was significantly shorter than that of either the Czech vz. 30 8cm FG or the Yugoslav M.28 or the Iranian version of this weapon (see the photos earlier in the thread with the crew men in training).