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Fliegerfaust

During the World War II, the Nazis experimented with a number of new weapon designs. Many of them, like the and rockets, the U-boat, or the Panzer

Commander Lionel James Spencer Ede DSO RN, Commander of Minesweeping and Patrol, Dover, testing a rarely seen, stripped Lewis Machine Gun probably on board HMS ML 297 (ML 297) Motor launch. 1941.
Photo source © IWM A 6312 taken by Lt. L C Priest.
Colourised by Joshua Barrett from the UK.

Commander Lionel James Spencer Ede DSO RN, Commander of Minesweeping and Patrol, Dover, testing a rarely seen, stripped Lewis Machine Gun probably on board HMS ML 297 (ML Motor launch.

Experimental 1918 Winchester .50 Calibre Anti-Tank Rifle In early December 1918, Winchester engineer Edwin Pugsley filed a patent protecting a bolt action .50 calibre anti-tank rifle with a rotary locking bolt.

Experimental 1918 Winchester Calibre Anti-Tank Rifle In early December Winchester engineer Edwin Pugsley filed a patent protecting a bolt action calibre anti-tank rifle with a rotary locking bolt.

QF 2-pdr Mk VIII anti-aircraft gun mount and crew aboard HMS Rodney, Sep 1940

QF Mk VIII anti-aircraft gun mount and crew aboard HMS Rodney, Sep 1940

Indian troops man a Bren gun on an anti-aircraft mounting, Western Desert, 18 April 1941.

Indian troops man a Bren gun on an anti-aircraft tripod, Western Desert, April 1941

Fliegerfaust. German infantry anti-aircraft shoulder fired weapon along the lines of the Panzerschreck. The extra loads are set in a cicular magazine, like a speed loader  for a revolver. The tube hanging on the infantryman's shoulder holds the rocket reloads.

German infantry anti-aircraft shoulder fired weapon along the…

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