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- 7,5 cm Flak 14 L/36
- from French origin, not derived from the famous WW1 "75": (7,5 cm Flak) M17/34(f), M30(f), M33(f), M36(f)
- from various European origins: (7,5 cm Flak) Flak(b),M37(t), Vickers (e), Vickers M35(h), 264(i)
If you search within the forum posts and messages, you'll find data and pictures of many of these guns.
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Yet another gun, the 7,5 cm Flak L/59, was not approved for service, but Rheinmetall eventually managed to sell his piece to USSR in 1930, where it started the whole family of Soviet 76,2 mm and 85 mm AA guns used during the war.
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The 7.5 cm Flak L/60 used by the Kriegsmarine ( Marine Flak ) were also export products they were intended
for Turkey but when the war started , the 16 guns that were ready were not exported but used in the M.F.A.
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