s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by peeved » 09 Sep 2009 22:37

Manuferey wrote:Markus,

Are you sure it's not a 15 cm sFH37(t) - 15 cm vz.37?

Emmanuel
Oops, That's right. Got fooled by family resemblance, once again.

Thanks Emmanuel

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Sturm78 » 18 Dec 2009 14:22

Hi all,

Two images of 10.5cm Skoda K35t yugoslav guns (10.5cm K339j - M.36) destroyed during the 1941 Campaign :

Images from Ebay
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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Stan P » 03 Jan 2010 15:19

Hi Jopaerya !!!

In National Computer Archive of Poland (NAC) I found this photo http://www.audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/18 ... a8d576e62/ but probably it is not K35 (t) (carriage!!!) as on description below in the image, probably it is errors of authors. What do You thing about this ?

The description called „Germany gunners positioned the k35 (t) 105 mm at hidden fire site in Nettuno – Anizo front”. Date March 1944

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Sturm78 » 03 Jan 2010 16:25

Hi Stan P,

I think that NAC image show a Cannone da 105/28 ex-italian field gun

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by jopaerya » 03 Jan 2010 18:17

Hello Stan

I agree with Sturm78 that it's a Cannone da 105/28 .

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Stan P » 03 Jan 2010 21:27

I agree too. 10,5 cm K338 (i) formery Cannone da 105/28 (Italian built 105 mm Schneider Mle 13).

This http://www.juniorgeneral.org/donated/20 ... heavy2.png were three small drawing this gun by Clive (Clive drowned very excellent small paints many many artillery types of WWII in this http://www.juniorgeneral.org/load.php?Period=7 website, he is one of the best drawer in this site :D )

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by peeved » 17 Mar 2010 22:36

From eBay.de.

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Clive Mortimore » 20 Apr 2010 22:12

Stan P wrote:I agree too. 10,5 cm K338 (i) formery Cannone da 105/28 (Italian built 105 mm Schneider Mle 13).

This http://www.juniorgeneral.org/donated/20 ... heavy2.png were three small drawing this gun by Clive (Clive drowned very excellent small paints many many artillery types of WWII in this http://www.juniorgeneral.org/load.php?Period=7 website, he is one of the best drawer in this site :D )

Best wishes from Poland to Clive :) !!!

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Thank you Stan

Back to the 10.5 cm K35(t) here is a link to my drawing of said gun (and other Skoda products). http://www.juniorgeneral.org/donated/20 ... heavy4.png
and the 10.5 cm K339 (j)
http://www.juniorgeneral.org/donated/20 ... heavy3.png

Najlepsze życzenia z Anglii Stan
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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by The Edge » 21 Apr 2010 08:23

NICE WORK! :D

(Eagerly waiting bigger Laffly vehicles S25, S35, S45... :wink: )

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Clive Mortimore » 22 Apr 2010 09:00

Thanks Edge.
It is a big thanks to the guys on here for the information and photos of artillery that I am able to contribute to the Junior General site. I do use other sources for information, often the same sources that everyone else uses. I have stumbled around in the dark when information has been lacking, vague or contradictory but reading the threads on here I am not alone. Thankfully with the combined effort of the members on here these mysteries do become clearer.

The drawings I do are done in good old MS paint, I try to make them as detailed as I can but often this is not possible. Some are redrawn/retraced drawings, where these are lacking I use decent side on photos. Unfortunately most artillery photos are not side on but all photos help with my paper wargame artillery.

I hope that now I have joined the forum I can contribute to artillery threads to help others. I hope that my time serving as a gun fitter in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers will be of use.

Cheers to all who have helped me.
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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Manuferey » 06 Jun 2010 13:00

Here is a very well camouflaged 10,5 cm K35(t) possibly on the Atlantikwall. Note the wheels encased in wooden planks with painted camo. The gun seems to be mounted on a circular platform.

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Stan P » 15 Jun 2010 19:15

Wow! National Computer Archive of Poland (NAC) changed the description of the photo http://www.audiovis.nac.gov.pl/obraz/18 ... a8d576e62/ from 10,5 cm K35 (t) to 10,5 cm K338 (i)

I thing it's success of the all Axis History Forum members (about 4 months ago I send the mail to NAC about his errors... but they must given this information not only for me)

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by peeved » 21 Aug 2010 21:55

From eBay.de.

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Sturm78 » 03 Oct 2010 15:46

Hi all,

10.5cm K35t in Dänemark, 1940

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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by TH » 03 Oct 2010 16:10

^
That picture was taken at Hornbæk plantation in April 1940, according to Coastal artillery in Denmark 1940-45.

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