By Ian V. Hogg
This entire quantity describes the guns of the Allied forces that have been in use from 1939-45. each one of those guns is defined intimately with requisites and a desirable array of infrequent photos and drawings. This well-researched paintings presents in-depth insurance of every kind of artillery utilized by the Allies, together with: coastal and railway artillery, anti-tank, anti-aircraft, box, medium and heavy artillery.
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5 mph) Hatch roof of MG sponson in the open position. These turretless, lightly armored, tracked vehicles formed the core of the Polish armored units in 1939. The original two-man Polish TK-3 machine gun carrier of 1931 was based on the British CardenLoyd tan kette. A few Carden-Loyd tankettes were purchased for examination, but in the eyes of the Polish Army officers they were inadequate for the task. However, after several prototypes, the third type with an armored roof was accepted. Production began in 1931 and lasted until 1933.
I and early Mk. lis were riveted, but welded versions soon were the norm. Their main use was as reconnaissance vehicles, destined to shadow the Axis movements and support their own. In the British 2nd Armored Division at least 50 of them fitted out the 1st King's Dragoon Guards armoured car regiment in 1941, and served them well. The basic turret armament was a Boys anti-tank rifle, two Brens and a Vickers MG. However, a good number were upgunned with everything from the Italian 47mm, German 37mm, French 25mm or the Italian Breda 20mm AA/AT gun.