A German soldier on a barrel of captured French heavy gun with which Laon was bombarded
German SS soldiers with a captured French Chauchat, World War II.
German soldier with MG42 machine gun, Caen, France, Jun 1944
In WWI, Alvin York Captured 132 German Soldiers Pretty Much Single Handed
Major Battles Of World War I (WW1)
France's Monstrous Char B1 Tank Ate German Panzers for Breakfast
WWII, 1940 - Hotchkiss H35 light infantry tanks captured by the German Army during the invasion of France. Slow and armed with a short-barrel 37mm cannon ...
Germans operating a captured Browning M2.
A German gun crew relaxes next to their 88 mm. The famous flak gun became
Periscope rifle in use at Gallipoli
The US Army's World War II Tank-Destroyers: Waste of Time or Wonder Weapon?
Renault B1 bis,Tanks in the Musée des Blindés, France, pic-9
France's Maginot Line Was Not as Big a Failure as History Makes It out to Be
80cm super heavy railway gun 'Schwerer Gustav', as used during the siege of
France Tests Huge 140mm Tank Gun As It Pushes Ahead With Germany On A New Tank Design
Russia's World War II Nazi-Killer: SVT-40 Semi-Automatic Rifle
German MG34 team in action, circa 1943.
U.S. Army photo by Sgt. William A. Tanner
A. R. Coster, Topical Press Agency/Getty Images
A soldier examines a captured German Goliath radio-controlled tracked demolition vehicle, 12 April
Nazi Germany Built the Biggest 'Big Gun' Ever (And it Was a Total Paper Tiger)
British gunners take a break during the bombardment of Zonnebeke, 1917
Full-sized image #1 of the Canon de 155 GPF mle 1917 Field Gun
German soldier with a captured Polish Maroszek wz.35 anti-tank rifle Conquering France ...
German tanks in the 1940's: brilliant engineering can't work with authoritarians
The most commonly used field artillery piece used by the U.S. Army in World War II was the M2A1 105mm howitzer. In this 25 March 1945 photograph, ...
Imperial War Museum, Wikimedia Commons // Public Domain
France's Monstrous Char B1 Tank Ate Hitler's Best Tanks for Breakfast
A gun crew from the 575th Field Artillery Battalion loads their M1 8-inch gun near Berstheim, France, in late 1944. The 8-inch gun had the longest range of ...
Meet the Sturmgewehr 44: The Nazi Assault Rifle Being Used in the Syrian Civil War
The German 88mm gun, originally designed as an antiaircraft artillery weapon, was equally effective
Red Army soldier in the captured German anti-aircraft machine-gun installation of handicraft production. The machine uses MG 34 machine guns.
U.S. and German Field Artillery in World War II: A Comparison
Second World War Weapons That Failed
Original U.S. 1862 Patent Peabody Rifle in .43 Spanish - French Contract with German Capture
(Three submachine guns captured from the Viet Cong by US Army troops in 1960: At the top a Soviet-made PPS-43 (itself a WWII veteran), then a MP-40, ...
Source: Author's pictures, taken at the Infantry Weapons Collection, Warminster
STEN (or Sten) guns. The STEN is a family of British 9 mm submachine-guns used extensively by British and Commonwealth forces throughout the Second World ...
French Lebel model 1886 rifle
Why This Rifle You Never Heard of Might Have Changed History Forever
German WWI Capture Russian 1905/10 Maxim Gun on MG08 Mount.. This Machine
British 40th Division tanks transporting captured German guns from the battle of Cambrai. (Photo
SMOF6743 - NORTH AMERICAN ARMS MINI 22 IN .22 LONG RIFLE CALIBER, SERIAL NUMBER L105290 The tiny single-action North American Arms Rimfire pocket revolver ...
20 cm Kanone (E) from 685 Eisenbahn-Artillerie-Batterie on the Vögele
The experimental Windkanone (Wind Cannon) on the gun park at the German artillery testing
Hoping to ward off another assault, France erected a seemingly impregnable network of forts along the German frontier.
German soldiers with a 7.5cm le.IG 18 infantry gun, Maginot Line, France, May 1940. (German Federal Archive: Bild 101I-127-0391-17)
Gunners from the 244th Field Artillery Battalion prepare to fire their M1A1 155mm gun in support of the 26th Infantry Division, 30 March 1945.
Evaluating The German Army and Luftwaffe's Growth From September of 1939 to June of 1941
How One Really Big Tank Helped Save Russia from Hitler Capturing Moscow
Canadian soldiers examining a German 13-mm Mauser T1918 T-Gewehr Anti-Tank Rifle captured during the Battle of Amiens, August, 1918.
A German infantryman armed with an StG 44, wearing "splinter" camouflage and a ghillie cap in 1944.
Full-sized image #1 of the PPSh-41 (Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina
Original U.S. Winchester Model 1873 .44-40 Round Barrel Rifle with Thumbprint Dust Cover
'Fury' Film Features Last Working WWII Tiger Tank
French Sergent displays a captured German Mauser Tankgewehr 13 mm anti-tank gun while also holding his issue model 1874 Gras rifle
Personnel of the 1st Canadian Corps examining a German 88 mm anti-tank gun captured
The Mauser 98: The Best Bolt-Action Rifle Ever Made
Browning semi-automatic pistol
Original German WWII Heer Issue French Capture Model 1926 Adrian Helmet
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PICTURE: 150 H/06 heavy howitzer. Notice wheels brakes. Also notice similarities in recoil mechanism located under gun barrel if compared to another ...
French trench on the front lines, 1916. (Photo by
After Allied Airmen were shot down in Nazi occupied France they were aided in escape and
(Taken from a 1966 US Army “Jungle And Guerrilla Warfare” booklet, this collection of Viet Cong firearms includes a StG-44, a 98k, and a MG-34.)
German service Lugers - the 100mm P08, the 150mm Naval P04 and the 200mm
Early type Panzer III in Greece, May 1941.
A Vickers machine gun team wearing gas masks, 1916
7 Military Surplus Guns Every American Should Own
Gunners of the 244th Field Artillery Battalion fire a captured 88mm gun, 26 December 1944. American forces captured dozens of German artillery pieces, ...
A German soldier guards three recently captured British soldiers April 1917 - Stock Image
German 340 mm cannon railway 'Big Bertha' broken artillery of the 7th US Army north of the French city of Montelimar (Montelimar).
Germans at the Somme, 1918
PICTURE: 152 H 88-37A howitzer, this was the last Finnish-made modernized heavy howitzer design converted from Soviet 152 H/37 howitzers.
The cartridge and shell of Gustav's 80-centimeter gun. Johan Fredriksson photo via Wikimedia
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