chinese artillery in 1931-1945

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by Sturm78 » 13 Aug 2010 18:32

Very interesting images!!! :D Go on

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 13 Aug 2010 18:33

psp wrote:Pak 35/36 3.7cm in china
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

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psp wrote:Pak 35/36 3.7cm in shanghai
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 13 Aug 2010 18:40

pak 35/36 in china
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by YC Chen » 14 Aug 2010 06:47

Great!! Go on, go on! :D
Want to see some photos of captured Japanese Type96 25mm guns and Type98 20mm guns in Chinese service.

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 15 Aug 2010 15:49

German flak 18 3.7cm in china.
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by YC Chen » 16 Aug 2010 01:41

Nice! Any photos of heavier guns?

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by nuyt » 19 Aug 2010 18:25

please go on!

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by AVV » 19 Aug 2010 18:47

Hello!
YC Chen wrote:Any photos of heavier guns?
Yes, it would be nice to see them. :)

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by YC Chen » 20 Aug 2010 09:01

A little off topic, but can anyone ID these naval AA guns on flatcars? The photo was taken in March 1950 during Hainan Island Campaign.
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 05:15

Canone da 47/32 modello 35 in china
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 05:18

US M3 3.7cm gun in china.
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 05:32

German Le IG 18 infantry gun in china.
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 05:56

German 7.5cm L/13 infantry gun in china
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 06:05

Bofors M1929 7.5cm flak in china.
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