Landships WW1 Forum-> Artillery. The French artillery was primarily equipped with the excellent 75mm Model 1897, a huge step forward in its day and still a good weapon in 1914. Description of the US 113th Field Artillery and 114th Field Artillery use of French and US Equipment in WW1 . And of course the so called “Great War” was overshadowed by its bigger brother the Second World War, which saw the widespread and revolutionary use of tanks, the rise of air power and the end of the battleship. The one lense on the front looks stained some but when you look through the Binoculars they look very good and clear. $170.00. However like most people the French had assumed the war would be short, and when the fighting dragged on ammunition began to run low. Edited December 16, 2013 by Veteran This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total. Looking to fulfill a long-range heavy artillery requirement during World War 1 (1914-1918), the French undertook development of a new 155mm field gun. There are many reasons for this ranging from anti-war literature to military writers that were directly affected by the war. See Price. French artillery paint . French Heavy Artillery Sight and Sightmount . ... Ww1 Artillery . $20.00 shipping. There are a total of [ 26 ] WWI French Infantry Weapons (1914-1918) entries in the Military Factory. Ww1 Artillery Shell Casing Trench Art … Many great photographs. $249.00. Motorised transport was still in its infancy and the majority … Simple ribbons were introduced during WW1 when the French saw the British wearing them. Th… There are some light scratches and scuff marks on the Binoculars. 1 bid. There were plenty of qualified French artillery instructors and plenty of guns and ammunition being manufactured. World War 1 was a war of artillery, 75% of casualties are attributed to artillery fire. 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The French artillery was primarily equipped with the excellent 75mm Model 1897, a huge step forward in its day and still a good weapon in 1914. Description of the US 113th Field Artillery and 114th Field Artillery use of French and US Equipment in WW1 . And of course the so called “Great War” was overshadowed by its bigger brother the Second World War, which saw the widespread and revolutionary use of tanks, the rise of air power and the end of the battleship. The one lense on the front looks stained some but when you look through the Binoculars they look very good and clear. $170.00. However like most people the French had assumed the war would be short, and when the fighting dragged on ammunition began to run low. Edited December 16, 2013 by Veteran This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total. Looking to fulfill a long-range heavy artillery requirement during World War 1 (1914-1918), the French undertook development of a new 155mm field gun. There are many reasons for this ranging from anti-war literature to military writers that were directly affected by the war. See Price. French artillery paint . French Heavy Artillery Sight and Sightmount . ... Ww1 Artillery . $20.00 shipping. There are a total of [ 26 ] WWI French Infantry Weapons (1914-1918) entries in the Military Factory. Ww1 Artillery Shell Casing Trench Art … Many great photographs. $249.00. Motorised transport was still in its infancy and the majority … Simple ribbons were introduced during WW1 when the French saw the British wearing them. Th… There are some light scratches and scuff marks on the Binoculars. 1 bid. There were plenty of qualified French artillery instructors and plenty of guns and ammunition being manufactured. World War 1 was a war of artillery, 75% of casualties are attributed to artillery fire. With Liner infantry ( soldiers on foot ) at eBay.com 155s ” immediately behind the trenches. 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And of course the so called “Great War” was overshadowed by its bigger brother the Second World War, which saw the widespread and revolutionary use of tanks, the rise of air power and the end of the battleship. The one lense on the front looks stained some but when you look through the Binoculars they look very good and clear. $170.00. However like most people the French had assumed the war would be short, and when the fighting dragged on ammunition began to run low. Edited December 16, 2013 by Veteran This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total. Looking to fulfill a long-range heavy artillery requirement during World War 1 (1914-1918), the French undertook development of a new 155mm field gun. There are many reasons for this ranging from anti-war literature to military writers that were directly affected by the war. See Price. French artillery paint . French Heavy Artillery Sight and Sightmount . ... Ww1 Artillery . $20.00 shipping. 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Ending Dec 20 at 2:42PM PST 5d 19h. WW1 French M15 Artillery steel helmet with veteran brass plate. 110e Régiment d'Infanterie (110th Infantry Regiment), Brigade Franco-Allemande(Joint French-German Brigade) - Donaueschingen (GER) The French design saw service through both World Wars but became a largely forgotten contributor to both causes over time. Most artillery was transported by horses. or Best Offer. The Peugeot tank was indeed a small machine at 8 tons, with the driver (right) and gunner (left) seated in échelon, side by side, in a fixed superstructure. $675.00. It could also help break up an attack by infantry (soldiers on foot). French field artillery regiments consisted of 75mm field guns, 105mm howitzers and 155mm howitzers. 17 (1917) Model 37 - 85. French 120mm M 1878 : French Export Artillery Guns. Forum: Artillery: Start A New Topic: Topic Started By Replies Views Rating Last Post; Casting mark lMW . $49.00 shipping. MV (m/sec) or (ft/sec) RANGE (m)/(yds) or Height (m/ft) COMMENTS MOUNTAIN GUNS 65mm Gun Mle 06 65mm 1908 400kg NS 20cal 35 330m/sec 5500 70mm Schneider Mle 08 70mm 1908 508kg SQF 17cal 20 300m/sec 5000m DATE WEIGHT (lb)/(kg) ** = barrel & breech only BREECH MECH. Also, has photos and French Language description of the German and French WW1 Era Artillery of the "Lovett Collection" here in the US This type of instrument was known as a Sitomètre (or sitogoniomètre) in French and Sitometer in Swiss German. $34.95 shipping. It was designed by Captain Oemichen, an engineer from the Special Artillery branch of the French military. The Binoculars lense on the right side looks to be pushed down a little farther than the other side bur not much at all. A bombardment that was aimed well could destroy enemy trenches, and knock out artillery batteries (groups of guns) and communication lines. Using those resources would simplify maintenance and supply in theater. The Latil TAR 4WD was a popular French lorry and known for its very good off-road capability, which made it an excellent choice for the French Army. WWI WW1 French Artillery Military Binoculars. $435.00. Subcategories. French Army in the WW1 Era . Depicts a rooster on one side of the shell. This is a rare and unusual French military rangefinder and compass instrument, made by Huet of Paris c.1911-1920, and used during WW1 by French artillery units. Free shipping on many items ... M1818 FRENCH ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD. … Estate Ww1 Trench Art Nouveau Hammered France 75mm Artillery Shell Casing Vase. VERY CLEAN. WWI – 57th Field Artillery Brigade Soldiers Pose in French Studio February 10, 2018 November 27, 2018 / portraitsofwar A recent purchase just arrived in my mailbox and I’ve been researching the details in hopes of identifying something interesting to write about. WWI ARTILLERY - FRENCH GUNS CALIBRE (mm/ins) INTRO. Trenches—long, deep ditches dug as protective defenses—are most often associated with World War I, and the results of trench warfare in that conflict were hellish indeed. Larger weapons such as 105mm and 155mm guns were kept at corps level. A chevalier in the Legion of honor, he wears his badge on everyday service uniform as was a rule in those days. When the AMX-13 proved to be one of the most successful tanks of the post-war period, it was natural that designers would adapt it in the early 1950s, producing the AMX 105mm self-propelled gun. Above and below: French Fourgon mle 1887 right and left view ... French Army Artillery Guns . CharlieC: 0: 137: December 7th by CharlieC. It had very good ground clearance that helped the lorry negotiate undulating ground and obstacles like rocks, building rubble, and tree branches. $21.90 shipping. The French began the war with about 1,300 shells for each 75mm. BARREL LENGTH MAX ELEVATION (deg.) Full titles read: "FRENCH ARTILLERY IN ACTION" Various shots of French observation posts over-looking enemy territory. Trench Art Wwi Officerand039s Hat Made From A Rare Pdps 37-85 French Artillery Shell. During the First World War, France’s artillery would not be able to claim exclusive rights to the king’s crown; however, it held its place as an essential combat arm and indispensable partner of the infantry. General Heer, one of the leading authorities on French artillery, wrote a perceptive comparison of French … Indeed, many of the battlefields in France and Belgium still show the pock marks of artillery fire, and farmers regularly dig up shells when ploughing fields. The French famous '75' fieldgun can be used as an example to introduce the major concepts of the field artillery state of the art at the outburst of WW1. During 1915, the problems were mainly concerned with overcoming obstacles into siting the guns on unseen targets. The French were forced to match their German counterparts pound-for-pound in the bloody fighting that made up infantry warfare during World War 1. Landships II-> Landships WW1 Forum-> Artillery. The French artillery was primarily equipped with the excellent 75mm Model 1897, a huge step forward in its day and still a good weapon in 1914. Description of the US 113th Field Artillery and 114th Field Artillery use of French and US Equipment in WW1 . And of course the so called “Great War” was overshadowed by its bigger brother the Second World War, which saw the widespread and revolutionary use of tanks, the rise of air power and the end of the battleship. The one lense on the front looks stained some but when you look through the Binoculars they look very good and clear. $170.00. However like most people the French had assumed the war would be short, and when the fighting dragged on ammunition began to run low. Edited December 16, 2013 by Veteran This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total. Looking to fulfill a long-range heavy artillery requirement during World War 1 (1914-1918), the French undertook development of a new 155mm field gun. There are many reasons for this ranging from anti-war literature to military writers that were directly affected by the war. See Price. French artillery paint . French Heavy Artillery Sight and Sightmount . ... Ww1 Artillery . $20.00 shipping. There are a total of [ 26 ] WWI French Infantry Weapons (1914-1918) entries in the Military Factory. Ww1 Artillery Shell Casing Trench Art … Many great photographs. $249.00. Motorised transport was still in its infancy and the majority … Simple ribbons were introduced during WW1 when the French saw the British wearing them. Th… There are some light scratches and scuff marks on the Binoculars. 1 bid. 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