Skoda artillery

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Skoda artillery

Postby dragos » 28 Jun 2004 19:39

Hello,

Does anybody have sources on Skoda guns (Austro-Hungarian and Czech) produced during 1914-1943 ?

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Dragos

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Postby dragos » 30 Jun 2004 14:31



Hello,

Thanks for the links, the first one I know very well :wink:

I was thinking if someone has books or magazine articles about these Skoda guns.

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Postby dragos » 01 Jul 2004 19:01

Thanks for your answer

However, my interest lays not in super heavy guns, but in these more "ordinary" models:

75mm Model 1928
100mm Model 1914/19
100mm Model 1930
105mm Model 1915
105mm Model 1940/43
149mm Model 1914
149mm Model 1933

Also I'm interested in the Skoda mountain guns.

I was expecting somebody should have an encyclopedia or a similar book about these guns.

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Postby Patrice » 01 Jul 2004 20:12

Hello.
For the Skoda Mountain Guns try this
http://www.landships.freeservers.com/7. ... ne_m15.htm
Some tyme a little bit slow to reach.
Patrice

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Postby Tony Williams » 02 Jul 2004 06:39

I have a Czech book on their artillery. I don't read the language but the tables are useful!

It's called 'Ceskoslovenske Delostrelecke Zbrane' by Vladimir Karlicky (omitting all of the various accents!)

Tony Williams: Military gun and ammunition website and Discussion forum

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Postby dragos » 02 Jul 2004 21:14

Tony,

Thank you very much!


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