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German Flak 37 anti-aircraft gun of World War II German Flak 37 Anti-Aircraft Cannon.

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"Boche-Buster", a 250-ton 18-inch railway gun, Catterick, 12 December 1940. The gun later travelled down to Kent to take up position at Bishopsbourne on the Elham to Canterbury Line, taken over by the Army for the duration of WW2. The gun was in fact an 18 inch howitzer.

A fine view of the sheer scale and complexity of the big gun turret for a Battleship. In this case, this appears to be a British 15" gun mounting, of the type mounted on R class batlleships, "Queen Elizabeth" class and Renown and Repulse.

These Are the Most Bizarre Deadly Weapons in Human History

Stug III in Russia. As you can see there is a zimmerit on this Stug. Zimmerit was a paste-like coating used on mid- and late-war German armored fighting vehicles during World War II. What you think...

This might be a repost, but this one one of a few German railway guns used in ww2. These visceral machines could Lob 600 pound shells over 40 miles.