Knut Erik Hagen took these photos in March, 2004 at
the Forsvarsmuseet (Armed Forces Museum), at Akershus Castle, in Oslo.
Description provided by Frederic Liefferinckx.
German AA gun from the Army museum of brussels the "Sockelflack" caliber 37mm
semi-automatic light gun
"for me is that the first real modern AAgun. I think that the caliber was
maybe a 77mm.
Knut Erik Hagen took these at IWM London in July 2003.
Ross Moorhouse took these photos
at the War memorial in Hyde Park, Sydney, Australia.
It is a 105mm (104mm?, 4-inch?) Gun from the SMS Emden.
Ross Moorhouse took these photos in 2005
at the Australian War Memorial
Ross Moorhouse took these photos in 2005.
Knut Erik Hagen took these photos at IWM LOndon in July 2003.
Museum plaque seems to read: "German 7.5 cm (15 cm ?) Mountain gun L17/08.
Knut Erik Hagen took these photos at IWM Duxford in July 2003.
Edward:105mm.Light Howitzer M98/09
Robert Horton: not a 105mm 98/09. I am pretty close to 100% sure it is a
105 field Kanone 16. the 98/09 had a very short barrel...in fact much shorter
then the recoil cradle.
Grzegorz: It is a 10.5cm leichtes Feldhaubitze 16. see URL
Lance Krieg took these photos at IWM Duxford.
Robert Horton:with what looks to be the longer version of the barrel.
Photos by Ross Moorhouse in 2005
These photos were taken by Ross Moorhouse
I believe the Minewefer is 170mm. It was one of many
War Trophies given to Australia at the end of WWI.
Robert Horton:German 76mm light mortar with the trail assembly that converted
it to be able to fire higher velocity, flat trajectory ammunition as an
Robert Horton notes:This is a German WWI era mortar.
76mm with the mounting base plate.
Thne museum has another pretty much like it but it has no circular
base plate and has a small bridgework carriage and was designed to fire in a
flat trajectory for early anti tank use.
Knut Erik Hagen took these photos at IWM London in July 2003.