chinese artillery in 1931-1945

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 06:08

psp wrote:Bofors M1929 7.5cm flak in china.
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Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 06:15

psp wrote:Bofors M1929 7.5cm flak in china.
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by YC Chen » 22 Aug 2010 12:30

psp wrote:German 7.5cm L/13 infantry gun in china
These are Dutch HIH 7.5cm infantry guns.

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by YC Chen » 22 Aug 2010 12:32

psp wrote:
psp wrote:Bofors M1929 7.5cm flak in china.
Nice pics! I also have the first photo, the tractor is a Vickers Dragon made in Britain.

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 13:18

Bofors 7.5cm gun in china.
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Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 13:25

Russia M1938 7.62cm AA gun in china.
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by AVV » 22 Aug 2010 13:51

Hello, psp!
A good job and nice photos! Thanks for sharing! :D

Best regards, Aleks

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 14:13

You're welcome!Aleks

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by psp » 22 Aug 2010 15:44

YC Chen wrote:
psp wrote:German 7.5cm L/13 infantry gun in china
These are Dutch HIH 7.5cm infantry guns.
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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by Peter H » 22 Aug 2010 21:39

You need to give a source for the photos.Thanks.

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by YC Chen » 23 Aug 2010 10:14

Some of the photos can be found here:
http://www.picturechina.com.cn/bbs/thre ... 2-1-1.html

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by antinaksi » 16 Nov 2011 21:13

psp wrote:The user is 8th Route Army,it was used in Shantung,time is unknown.
Hi PSP! I guess that is a Type 98 20mm Japanese AA Gun

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by robertm » 06 Feb 2013 14:18

Wonderful pictures. Thank you.
There are a couple of pictures of trucks with German 10. cm guns in the thread about soft skin vehicles.

Another question. Does anybody have any idea about how many pieces of different guns that China had?

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by YC Chen » 09 Feb 2013 05:10

robertm wrote:Wonderful pictures. Thank you.
There are a couple of pictures of trucks with German 10. cm guns in the thread about soft skin vehicles.

Another question. Does anybody have any idea about how many pieces of different guns that China had?
Hello,
Accroding to a document, the Nationalist had at least 750 different kinds of guns(including 15cm heavy mortars, but other mortars are not included) in 1943. This was before the American equipment flowed in.
I also remember seeing a statistic of artillery for Communist force during WW2 but I can't find it now. I remember there were 200 to 300 guns in 8RA, more than 100 in N4A, including all kinds of mortars.

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Re: chinese artillery in 1931-1945

Post by OldBill » 10 Feb 2013 15:13

YC Chen wrote: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.

Those are not naval guns, they are the garden variety 40 L60 Bofors AA guns. Look closely at the photos and you can make out the four wheels on the mounts.

EDIT: These may also be Soviet M1939 37mm AA guns. We may be able to tell from the shape of the gun shield.

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