Russian WWII Mortars

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Re: Russian WWII Mortars

Post by Contender » 11 Apr 2012 22:58

Anyone have more pictures of the 50 mm PM 1941 mortar? preferably walk around style with good non-blurry pictures from different angles

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Re: Russian WWII Mortars

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Re: Russian WWII Mortars

Post by ain92 » 06 Feb 2013 18:07

Hi all.

There was also a simplified 120-mm regimental mortar M1941 (lower):
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With best regards, Ilya.

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Re: Russian WWII Mortars

Post by Sturm78 » 08 Dec 2014 11:02

Hi all,

Is this a WW2 wartime image or postwar ?? Can anyone identify the mortar model ?

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Re: Russian WWII Mortars

Post by ML59 » 08 Dec 2014 11:29

Those are HD combos, most probably wartime pic. Note also puttees of soldiers, very typical wartime issue.
Concerning the mortar, I'd say 82 mm, 82-PM41?

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Re: Russian WWII Mortars

Post by Anatol » 11 Dec 2014 20:57

Photo wartime, summer 1944, area Baranovichi, Belarus, operation Bagration.
Harley-Davidson 42WLA lend-lease motorcycles in in SU were delivered without sidecar, a sidecar from the Soviet M-72 motorcycle, and arms a 82-mm battallion mortar 1937.
http://waralbum.ru/16117/#comments

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Re: Russian WWII Mortars

Post by Sturm78 » 17 Dec 2014 13:49

Thank you very much, ML59 and Anatol

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