Landships II

Members Login
Username 
 
Password 
    Remember Me  
Post Info TOPIC: Budapest Military Museum


Colonel

Status: Offline
Posts: 242
Date:
Budapest Military Museum
Permalink   


Visit this Museum last month. Nice collection, modern display.

I have almost all my pictures properly identified, still missing this heavy minenwerfer (don't know caliber and model):

16710173214_5e4bdc9377_b.jpg

And this gun:

17145122750_5d28a845b4_b.jpg

I plan to post more pictures within the next few days

Massimo



__________________


Corporal

Status: Offline
Posts: 14
Date:
Permalink   

First one is, I think, a french 240LT mortar (240mm caliber)



-- Edited by silent knight on Friday 1st of May 2015 05:14:38 PM

__________________


Legend

Status: Offline
Posts: 3610
Date:
Permalink   

Yes, looks like a Batignolles 240mm mortar.



__________________

"Sometimes things that are not true are included in Wikipedia. While at first glance that may appear like a very great problem for Wikipedia, in reality is it not. In fact, it's a good thing." - Wikipedia.



Colonel

Status: Offline
Posts: 242
Date:
Permalink   

I think I find it: 24 cm Minenwerfer M 1916
See this one in Wien:

6862319120_a3c72d806a_b.jpg



__________________


Legend

Status: Offline
Posts: 3610
Date:
Permalink   

Plus ça change: http://www.landships.info/landships/artillery_articles/24cm_minenwerfer_m16.html



__________________

"Sometimes things that are not true are included in Wikipedia. While at first glance that may appear like a very great problem for Wikipedia, in reality is it not. In fact, it's a good thing." - Wikipedia.



Colonel

Status: Offline
Posts: 242
Date:
Permalink   

8 cm M 5/8 M 17 LFA

17327400316_3e100a6caf_b.jpg

 

9 cm Minenwerfer M 17

16730905004_383628e833_b.jpg



__________________


Corporal

Status: Offline
Posts: 14
Date:
Permalink   

For the first picture

pages14-18.mesdiscussions.net/pages1418/Pages-d-Histoire-Artillerie/Artillerie/identification-canons-sujet_1613_1.htm

__________________


Colonel

Status: Offline
Posts: 242
Date:
Permalink   

10.4 cm Feldkanone M 15

17779565726_b16ba888f8_b.jpg

 

10.7 cm M 1877

17183443214_ea9c5fc1fa_b.jpg

12 cm Minenwerfer

17779677516_c6a2b648fd_b.jpg



__________________


Colonel

Status: Offline
Posts: 242
Date:
Permalink   

14 cm Minenwerfer M 15

17939815411_8f3a6ab94d_b.jpg

 

15 cm Minenwerfer M 16

17939968561_de370035bc_b.jpg

 

20 cm Luftminenwerfer Spitz M 16

17318889073_0e8dc3637b_b.jpg

 



__________________


Colonel

Status: Offline
Posts: 242
Date:
Permalink   

26 cm Minenwerfer

17962722822_e17f0bafb3_b.jpg

26 cm Minenwerfer late model

17965887575_caab1e8613_b.jpg

All pictures are available here:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/massimofoti/sets/72157652229528056



__________________


Major

Status: Offline
Posts: 135
Date:
Permalink   

The small gun in the first post is, I believe, some version of the 3.7cm Skoda from 1890s. 

j_mmue_975_00011.jpg



Attachments
__________________


Private

Status: Offline
Posts: 1
Date:
Permalink   

Hello
Are there drawings up to 26 cm Minenwerfer, or can you ask for more photos showing details

__________________
Page 1 of 1  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Tweet this page Post to Digg Post to Del.icio.us


Create your own FREE Forum
Report Abuse
Powered by ActiveBoard