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Artillerie - Duitsland: boeken - historie en techniek

Een boek over artillerie van het Duitse leger? Hier vindt U boeken over de kanonnen en ander geschut van het Deutsches Heer, de Reichswehr, de Wehrmacht en de Bundeswehr.

Deutsche Artillerie 1914-1918 (Typenkompass)

Overzicht van het geschut, dat de Duitse artillerie tussen 1914 en 1918 heeft gebruikt.

Bladzijden uit het boek [TK] Deutsche Artillerie 1914-1918 (1)

Per type geeft dit Typenkompass boek een foto, een historische beschrijving en technische gegevens.

Auteur:Wolfgang Fleischer
Uitvoering:128 blz, 20.5 x 14 cm, softcover
Illustraties:151 z/w- en 7 kleurenfoto's, 42 tekeningen
Uitgever:Motorbuch Verlag (D, 2013)
Serie:Typenkompass
Boek: Deutsche Artillerie 1914-1918 (Typenkompass)

Deutsche Artillerie 1914-1918

Taal: Duits

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German Artillery 1914-1918 (Fact File)

The importance of artillery in warfare grew more and more throughout the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. New developments such as solid cannon barrels improved hit accuracy and the range of projectiles. This Fact File volume focuses on German Artillery during the Great War, when it could be argued that artillery was for the first time the dominant weapon on the battlefield. Wolfgang Fleischer discusses the diversity of artillery developed and used during the First World War by the Germans.

Auteur:Wolfgang Fleischer
Uitvoering:128 blz, 20.5 x 14 cm, softcover
Illustraties:151 z/w- en 7 kleurenfoto's, 42 tekeningen
Uitgever:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2015)
Serie:Fact File
Boek: German Artillery 1914-1918 (Fact File)

German Artillery 1914-1918

Taal: Engels

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42cm 'Big Bertha' and German Siege Artillery of World War I (Osprey)

In the early days of World War I, Germany unveiled a new weapon - the mobile 42cm (16.5 inch) M-Gerät howitzer. At the time, it was the largest artillery piece of its kind in the world and a closely guarded secret.
When war broke out, two of the howitzers were rushed directly from the factory to Liege where they quickly destroyed two forts and compelled the fortress to surrender. After repeat performances at Namur, Maubeuge and Antwerp, German soldiers christened the howitzers 'Grosse' or 'Dicke Berta' (Fat or Big Bertha) after Bertha von Krupp, owner of the Krupp armament works that built the howitzers. The nickname was soon picked up by German press which triumphed the 42cm howitzers as Wunderwaffe (wonder weapons), and the legend of Big Bertha was born.

This book details the design and development of German siege guns before and during World War I. Accompanying the text are many rare, never-before-published photographs of 'Big Bertha' and the other German siege guns. Colour illustrations depict the most important aspects of the German siege artillery.

Contents: Introduction - Design & Development - Operational History - Variants - Bibliography - Index.

Auteur:Marc Romanych, Martin Rupp
Uitvoering:48 blz, 25 x 18.5 x 0.3 cm, softcover
Illustraties:Rijk geïllustreerd met foto's en tekeningen (z/w en kleur)
Uitgever:Osprey Publishing (GB, 2014)
Serie:New Vanguard (205)
Boek: 42cm 'Big Bertha' and German Siege Artillery of World War I (Osprey)

42cm 'Big Bertha' and German Siege Artillery of World War I

Taal: Engels

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The Paris Gun - The Bombardment of Paris by the German Long-range Guns and the Great German Offensives of 1918

An account of a series of bombardments of Paris by a specially built 21cm gun from a distance of some 75 miles. They began on March 23rd and ended on 9th August 1918. Over 300 shells were fired.
This is the story of a unique gun called, by the Germans, the Pariskanone and mistakenly referred to by our troops as 'Big Bertha.' The gun was 210mm calibre with a barrel length of 130 feet, an overall weight of 142 tons and a maximum range of about 80 miles. It was designed to fire on Paris bringing alarm and despondency to a population which, though subject to air bombardment had no reason to suppose they were threatened by enemy artillery.

The design, manufacture, the training of the crews and the preparation of the firing sites are all described, but the main aim of the book is to describe the four bombardments that were carried out by this weapon and the effects, material and morale wise.
The use of the Paris Gun was incorporated in the planning of the major German offensives of the first half of 1918. March 21st was the first day of the assault and at 7.20 am on 23rd March the first shot was fired. The four periods during which the gun was in action were 23 April-1 May; 27 May-11 June; 15-19 July and 5-9 August on which day the last round was fired.

The author, a Lt Col in the US Ordnance, describes each of these bombardments against a background of the ongoing German offensive and the progress of the ground forces. There are differing figures as to the total number of rounds fired but it was at least 300 and according to The Times Diary and Index of the War the total casualty figures were 196 killed 417 wounded.

N&M Press reprint (original published in 1930).

Auteur:Henry W. Miller
Uitvoering:277 blz, 21.5 x 14 x 1.8 cm, softcover
Illustraties:32 z/w illustraties, 18 kaarten
Uitgever:Naval & Military Press Ltd (GB, 2003)
Boek: The Paris Gun - The Bombardment of Paris by the German Long-range Guns and the Great German Offensives of 1918

The Paris Gun - The Bombardment of Paris by the German Long-range Guns and the Great German Offensives of 1918

Taal: Engels

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Deutsche Steilfeuergeschütze - 1914-1945 (Spielberger)

Steilfeuergeschütze wurden entwickelt, um Ziele treffen zu können, die nicht direkt im Sichtfeld liegen. Um dies zu erreichen und dabei über Hindernisse hinwegschiessen zu können, mussten sie in steilem Winkel abgefeuert werden.
Zu den bekanntesten und schwersten Steilfeuergeschützen in Deutschland gehörten die "Dicke Berta" und der Mörser "Karl". Zum Einsatz kamen sie in erster Linie gegen feindliche Festungen als "Betonknacker".

Bladzijden uit het boek Deutsche Steilfeuergeschutze - 1914-1945 (1)

Gerhard Taube erzählt in diesem Band, wie sich diese Waffengattung entwickelt hat. Er beschreibt detailliert die Vor- und Produktionsgeschichte der schweren Kolosse sowie ihren Einsatz in den beiden Weltkriegen.

Auteur:Gerhard Taube
Uitvoering:192 blz, 26.5 x 23 cm, hardcover
Illustraties:235 z/w foto's en tekeningen
Uitgever:Motorbuch Verlag (D, 2018)
Serie:Spielberger
Boek: Deutsche Steilfeuergeschütze - 1914-1945 (Spielberger)

Deutsche Steilfeuergeschütze - 1914-1945

Taal: Duits

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L'artillerie de campagne de la Wehrmacht durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale

Le 1er janvier 1921, pour se conformer aux clauses du traité de Versailles, la Reichswehr ne dispose plus que de 204 pièces de 7,7 cm et 84 obusiers de 10,5 cm. À l'exception de cette maigre dotation, tout le parc d'artillerie de la Deutsche Armee existant au 11 novembre 1918 est saisi ou ferraillé.
De surcroît, tout déve- loppement de nouveaux matériels est proscrit, et pour lui éviter toute tentation, son parc de machines-outils spécialisées est réduit à la portion congrue et mis sous la surveillance de commissions d'inspection particulièrement pointilleuses. À cette date, l'Allemagne n'existe plus en tant que puissance militaire.

Le 1er septembre 1939, à l'ouverture des hostilités avec la Pologne, la Wehrmacht aligne près de 11 000 pièces de campagne regroupées dans 122 régiments d'artillerie. La rigueur des clauses imposées en 1919 a au moins eu deux avantages : l'Allemagne n'a pas eu à entretenir, durant l'entre-deux-guerres, une pléthore de pièces vieillissantes, comme la France ou la Grande-Bretagne, et elle a pu ainsi se constituer un parc d'artillerie moderne, à un détail près et non des moindres... un manque récurrent de tracteurs dédiés qui la contraindra à utiliser, pour l'essentiel, la traction animale jusqu'à la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale !

Loïc Charpentier, auteur bien connu des éditions Caraktère, nous livre le fruit de plusieurs années de recherches sur la Feldartillerie de 1939-1945 dans ce livre qui se propose de décrire chaque pièce utilisée par la Wehrmacht durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Un livre tout simplement indispensable, grâce auquel vous saurez absolument tout sur l'Artillerie de campagne de la Wehrmacht.

Auteur:Loïc Charpentier
Uitvoering:176 blz, 28.5 x 21 x 1.6 cm, hardcover
Illustraties:rijk geïllustreerd met z/w- en kleurenfoto's
Uitgever:Editions Caraktère (F, 2019)
Boek: L'artillerie de campagne de la Wehrmacht durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale

L'artillerie de campagne de la Wehrmacht durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale

Taal: Frans

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German Artillery in World War II, 1939-1945

Never before in German military history did the German Artillery possess such variety and magnitude as in the World War II era. From North Cape to Tobruk, Biscay to Lapland, Den Helder to the Caucasus, there were more than 1000 light and about 340 heavy artillery units, as well as the light and heavy field howitzer units, assault gun units, brigades and batteries, observation units, railroad batteries, mountain artillery units, light gun units and launcher regiments.

The German Artillery included 655,000 men in 1943, or 22 percent of all the soldiers who went into action. Thirty-nine German gun types and forty captured gun types from ten different European countries were utilized by these units.

The German Artillery took on special significance in the spring of 1943 when the fighting strength of the exhausted infantry began to decrease and armored vehicles became less and less effective in their battle against overwhelming Soviet power. During this period, the Artillery again and again provided the backbone of the German resistance and defense.

This volume of photographs presents a look into the operations, action and everyday life of the German artillery - a frequently over-looked aspect of Wehrmacht history.

Auteur:Joachim Engelmann
Uitvoering:176 blz, 26.5 x 18.5 x 1.7 cm, hardcover
Illustraties:meer dan 400 z/w foto's
Uitgever:Schiffer Publishing Ltd (USA, 2004)
Boek: German Artillery in World War II, 1939-1945

German Artillery in World War II, 1939-1945

Taal: Engels

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German Heavy Artillery Guns 1933-1945 (Fact File)

Covers large calibre artillery guns beyond a diameter of 75 mm, used by the Germans during the Second World War. Whilst artillery was perhaps no longer the dominant force it had been in the trench warfare of the Great War, it was nevertheless essential, both in air defence and against tanks.

This volume of the Fact File series presents the most important of the largest German artillery and air defence weapons, as well as railway guns and launchers. A meticulously researched and superbly illustrated book, which provides a compact and competent overview.

Auteur:Alexander Lüdeke
Uitvoering:128 blz, 20.5 x 14 cm, softcover
Illustraties:113 z/w- en 40 kleurenfoto's, 5 tekeningen
Uitgever:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2015)
Serie:Fact File
Boek: German Heavy Artillery Guns 1933-1945 (Fact File)

German Heavy Artillery Guns 1933-1945

Taal: Engels

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Hitler's Artillery 1939-1945 - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)

A highly illustrated record of the firepower of the German war machine between 1939 - 1945. Many of the photographs, all from the author's collection, come originally from the albums of individuals who took part in the war.

The images and text cover the guns in service with the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS and provide a unique visual record of artillery pieces. These include the 7.5cm 1.IG18, the 10.5cm infantry gun, the powerful 15cm field howitzer, heavy 18cm and 21cm mortars and others including captured French, British and Russian guns.
These and other weapons are seen in action in Poland, the Low Countries, France, Balkans, North Africa, Italy and, of course, Russia.

Initially a key part of the Blitzkrieg offensive concept, the emphasis became defensive as the tide turned against the Germans. Using over 250 rare and unpublished photographs together with detailed captions and accompanying text, this book provides a unique insight into German weaponry from early Blitzkrieg campaigns to the final demise of the Nazi empire.

Auteur:Hans Seidler
Uitvoering:160 blz, 24.5 x 19 x 1.3 cm, softcover
Illustraties:300 z/w foto's
Uitgever:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2015)
Serie:Images of War
Boek: Hitler's Artillery 1939-1945 - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)

Hitler's Artillery 1939-1945 - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives

Taal: Engels

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German Guns of the Third Reich - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)

Presents an illustrated record of German light and heavy artillery, heavy mortars, anti-tank and anti-aircraft guns at war. Using previously unpublished photographs, many of which have come from the albums of individuals who took part in the war, it presents a unique visual account of the various German guns that were deployed for action between 1939 and 1945.

The book analyses the development of the German gun at war and shows how it became of decisive importance for the preparation and the successful conduct of attack and defence. It describes how German forces carefully built up their assault forces utilizing all available guns and making into an effective killing machine. It shows how various Panzerjäger and Panzergrenadier units fought on the battlefield using a host of anti-tank guns with lethal effect.

Throughout the book it depicts life as a gunner, how the guns were deployed for action, and illustrates the various modes of transport that were used to move the guns from one battle front to another. Each chapter details the various guns that went into production and eventually saw action on the battlefield.

Auteur:Ian Baxter
Uitvoering:160 blz, 24.5 x 18 x 0.8 cm, softcover
Illustraties:250 z/w foto's
Uitgever:Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2007)
Serie:Images of War
Boek: German Guns of the Third Reich - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives (Images of War)

German Guns of the Third Reich - Rare photographs from Wartime Archives

Taal: Engels

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Guns on the Atlantic Wall 1942-1945

Covers the guns that were emplaced along the Atlantic Wall by Germany during WWII.

Auteur:Karl-Heinz Schmeelke, Michael Schmeelke
Uitvoering:48 blz, 25 x 21.5 x 0.3 cm, softcover
Illustraties:meer dan 100 z/w-foto's, tekeningen
Uitgever:Schiffer Publishing Ltd (USA, 2004)
Boek: Guns on the Atlantic Wall 1942-1945

Guns on the Atlantic Wall 1942-1945

Taal: Engels

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German 88 Gun in Combat

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German 88mm Gun vs Allied Armour: North Africa 1941-43

German 88mm Gun vs Allied Armour : North Africa 1941-43

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Heavy Flak Guns 1933-1945

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