s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

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

Post by jopaerya » 14 Feb 2013 10:53

Hello

Who has any idea from witch country the naval officer on the left is from ??
according to the Ebay photocaption it should be the taken near the Black sea .

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

Post by Ondrej Filip » 14 Feb 2013 17:27

It looks like Romanian Navy captain.
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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by jopaerya » 14 Feb 2013 17:34

Thanks Ondrej

That would fit with the Black sea photocaption :milwink:

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

Post by Jens Andersen » 14 Feb 2013 22:27

Also, the German naval officer in white uniform looks much like Vizeadmiral Wurmbach, Admiral Schwarzes Meer, May-November 1942.

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

Post by jopaerya » 15 Feb 2013 18:47

Thanks Jens

All seem to fit now , would be nice to know the place of the H.K.B. in Romania .

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

Post by Sturm78 » 08 Mar 2013 11:19

Hi all,

Another image from Ebay:

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

Post by Sturm78 » 26 Mar 2013 11:49

Hi all,

A more image of this gun:

Image from EBay
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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Stan P » 19 May 2013 23:11

Hello all

German guns captured by Soviet troops in eastern front, from left to right: 8,8cm PaK43/41, probably 10,5cm K35(t) and ex French howitzer - probably 15,5cm sFH414(f) [or 20,2 cm Morser531(f) (?)]

Is it Skoda K35(t) ? - for me - yes
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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by wolf-hound » 20 May 2013 06:53

Hi! What does the letter on the board weapon?
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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by schwarzermai » 20 May 2013 07:34

hello

that means guns A, B, C and D

a battery with 4 guns and the numbers within the battery are A, B, C, D

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

Post by wolf-hound » 20 May 2013 09:10

Thanks,Uwe!

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

Post by jopaerya » 29 May 2013 16:06

According to the Ebay photocaption a picture from the gun in 1941 .

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

Post by Stan P » 30 May 2013 08:24

jopaerya wrote:Hello

Who has any idea from witch country the naval officer on the left is from ??
according to the Ebay photocaption it should be the taken near the Black sea .

Regards Jos

I think that exactly this photo was used to provide the Romanian Admiral in the book
of Andrew Mollo and Malcolm McGregor „Naval, Marine and Air Force Uniforms of World War 2” (Blandford Colour Series, Blandford Press 1975) :)
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Re: s.10.5 cm K.35 (t)

Post by Stan P » 04 Jun 2013 19:51

An interesting series of photographs depicting the training of mountain troops in the towed guns. According to me it is 10,5cm K35(t). Probably borrowed by the mountain unit (with some artillery units ?) at the time of exercise. The pictures are from the book "Gebirgsjager - German Mountain Infantry" (Concord Publications Company, 2007)

Gebirgs-Artillerie units were sometime issued the standard German divisional artillery field pieces (such as 10,5cm lFH18) when they conducted prolonged operations outside mountainous regions.

What do you think about it. Is it 10,5cm K35(t) ?
When can be done these pictures? 1943 ? Eastern Front ?

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

Post by Manuferey » 05 Jun 2013 01:58

It looks indeed like a 10,5 cm K35(t).
Stan P wrote: ex French howitzer - probably 15,5cm sFH414(f) [or 20,2 cm Morser531(f) (?)]
A 22 cm Mrs 531(f) indeed.

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