4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by Manuferey » 03 Mar 2017 01:11

According to "Waffen Arsenal 142 (2 cm Flak in Einsatz 1935-1945)", the train is Panzerzug Nr. in 1941/42.

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by jopaerya » 03 Mar 2017 09:12

Thanks Emmanuel

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by Manuferey » 05 Mar 2017 02:55

Manuferey wrote:According to "Waffen Arsenal 142 (2 cm Flak in Einsatz 1935-1945)", the train is Panzerzug Nr. in 1941/42.
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I meant to write Panzerzug Nr. I

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by sitalkes » 11 Jul 2017 00:33

How many of these guns did Germany capture when it took over Austria? What was their German designation (they had a designation for the Dutch, Russian, and Italian guns) and what did the Germans do with them prior to 1940?

There are many pictures of thie Italian gun at the Australian War Memorial, here's one in Australian service: https://au.pinterest.com/pin/492581277975590589

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by jopaerya » 31 Mar 2018 08:53

From Ebay
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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by forttravel » 31 Mar 2018 10:11

Estonian army.
47 mm Böhleri kahur.
Source: http://www.ra.ee/fotis/index.php?type=2&id=604186
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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by forttravel » 17 Apr 2018 10:18

Finnland.
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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by jopaerya » 19 Jun 2018 20:28

A 4.7 cm Bohler with gun-shield ( Ebay )
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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by nuyt » 19 Jun 2018 20:57

Possibly ex-Dutch gun, ehm, update, I think not: shape of shield is similar to one at Austrian border a few pages back...not to Dutch shields applied just before invasion of the NL.

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by vrog » 30 Sep 2018 15:12

Hallo boys,
have somebody photos about sights or optics of gun? Dont know right english word.

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by vrog » 30 Sep 2018 16:41

Nobodyknow? Uniforms can help.
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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by Jack Nisley » 30 Sep 2018 23:57

Based on the carbines the soldiers have, I think this is romanian.

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by Sturm78 » 09 Jul 2019 20:16

Hi all,

An image from Ebay. On a train ??

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Re: 4,7 cm Böhler anti-tank gun

Post by Manuferey » 14 Jul 2019 07:26

Sturm78 wrote:
09 Jul 2019 20:16
Hi all,
An image from Ebay. On a train ??
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Hi Sturm78,

Panzerzug 1 was armed with a 4,7 cm Pak 187(h) Böhler:
Panzerzug1-Boehler.jpg
(source: archives Sueddeutsche Zeitung - website no longer accessible)

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