Yugoslav Artillery

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Yugoslav Artillery

Post by Dili » 03 Jul 2014 17:24

Some captured, source:http://dati.acs.beniculturali.it/SecondaGuerraMondiale/
Deposito di armi nella fortezza di Trebestion o di Svib in Croazia abbandonato nella primavera 194119789.jpg
Parte del bottino di guerra rastrellato nella zona di Kamnje (Camigna) nella primavera 194119942.jpg
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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by Dili » 03 Jul 2014 17:27

Parte del bottino di guerra rastrellato nella zona di Kamnje (Camigna) nella primavera 194119944.jpg
Parte del bottino di guerra rastrellato nella zona di Kamnje (Camigna) nella primavera 194119946.jpg
Armi catturate al nemico a Mostar nella primavera 194120374.jpg
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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by Dili » 03 Jul 2014 17:29

Armi catturate al nemico a Mostar nella primavera 194120373.jpg
Recupero di armi di artiglieria serba a Sebenico nella primavera 194121348 (1).jpg
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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by Dili » 03 Jul 2014 17:32

Recupero di armi di artiglieria serba a Sebenico nella primavera 194121350 (1).jpg
Recupero di armi di artiglieria serba a Sebenico nella primavera 194121353 (1).jpg
Recupero di armi di artiglieria serba a Sebenico nella primavera 194121351 (1).jpg
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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by MarkoZ » 08 Jul 2014 17:50

Is pic 1 a trio of Bohler 8cm FK 18

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by Dili » 08 Jul 2014 18:54

Thanks. Do you know pic nº4 ythe pedestal guns and the pic nº5 AA gun?

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by Dili » 08 Jul 2014 19:59

Thanks Jos

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by MarkoZ » 08 Jul 2014 20:07

The 3 Pedestal guns look like skoda M09 66/39 AA Guns probably from a coastal fortification, there is also a Skoda M15 37 mm Infantry gun in front of them.

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by Dili » 08 Jul 2014 20:39

I think the 66/39 is the Italian tuble length measure, Yugoslav is the 66/42 isn't it?

Nice about the Skoda M15 i thought it was just the Hotchkiss one.

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by karlik » 09 Jul 2014 16:38

Hi!
MarkoZ wrote:Is pic 1 a trio of Bohler 8cm FK 18
I think that this 10-cm Skoda houfnice vz. 14/19

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by karlik » 09 Jul 2014 16:39

MarkoZ wrote:Skoda M15 37 mm Infantry gun in front of them.
It is Canon d'Infanterie de 37 modèle 1916 TRP

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by MarkoZ » 09 Jul 2014 17:04

In Pic 2 there are 4 Skoda 37 mm M39 AT guns next to three 47mm m36 ? It is the first time I have seen a Pic of these guns associated to the Royal yugoslav Army despite numerous accounts of the purchase of 270 of them from German Beute stocks.

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by MarkoZ » 10 Jul 2014 17:37

karlik wrote:
MarkoZ wrote:Skoda M15 37 mm Infantry gun in front of them.
It is Canon d'Infanterie de 37 modèle 1916 TRP

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Yes you are right ,have a go at some of the other Pics,don't be shy!

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Re: Yugoslav Artillery

Post by nuyt » 13 Jul 2014 09:42

The light field guns to the left on pic 2 (behind the Skoda AT guns) look like a version of the Krupp 75mm field gun. Can anybody comment?

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