SS306_Notes on German Fuzes and Typical French and Belgian Fuzes

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With more than 856 million shells fired during the Great War, the fuze was a vital device in the munitions industry for all sides involved. When the French first encountered the German artillery it became apparent that they had a much larger and more varied range of guns and Howitzers. It therefore became necessary for the Allies to gain intelligence on what the enemy had and how they could better it. This manual contains illustrations and detailed descriptions of German, French and Belgian fuzes and breaks the German fuzes into categories such as percussion, time and percussion fuzes, obsolete fuzes, naval fuzes and 'minenwerfer' fuzes.


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Author(s) - War Office | War Office


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ISBN - 9781908487926

Dimensions - 18.3 x 12.2 x 1.8 cm

Page Count - 222

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