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...Railway artillery

a report on the characteristics, scope of utility, etc., of railway artillery, in two vols. ...

by United States. Army. Ordnance Dept.

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Published by Govt. Print, Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army -- Artillery

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesOrdnance Dept. Document -- no. 2034
    ContributionsMiller, Harry W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUF390 .U32 1921
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23024850M
    LC Control Number21000084

    Reprints of Miller's book on railway artillery Robert Duchesneau # A reprint has been made of LTC Harry W. Miller's post-WWI reference work on railway artillery up to The two volumes include just about every Allied railway artillery piece used or designed during WWI. Couldn't readily find German weapons, but they may be in. Jan 7, - Explore trashmover's board "Military Artillery, Rail", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Railway gun, Military and Big guns pins.

      I had the sight to call in railway right in the middle of their lines, it completely caught them in chaos as they tried to scramble to miss the arty. I then charged in head on with my panzers IVs and infantry and even though it was a costly battle, i took the field! » Forums» Parlor Room» COH2 Central» COH2 Gameplay. Journal of the United States Artillery, Volume 9 organization personnel plane Plate plotting position possible practice prepared present probably problem protection railroad railroad artillery Railway range School Sept ships side star stations supply tables tion track transportation trucks Page - Price $ postpaid The first book.

    - Explore gilster3's board "Railway Artillery-Armored Trains", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Railway gun, Military and Wwii pins. Ordnance Department. "inch caliber howitzer on railway mount, model of ," Ordnance Department Document No American Coast Artillery Material (), Part III, No; 36 pages, 17 illus. Price {Item No} [Includes: Introduction, Cannon, Breech mechanism, Firing mechanism, Recoil mechanism, Recuperator mechanism, Elevating.


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