Railway Guns of World War I ePUB Í of World eBook

✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Railway Guns of World War I (New Vanguard) By Marc Romanych ⚣ – Comics-books.co World War I was the Golden Age of the railway gun More railway artillery pieces were used during this war than in any other conflict even though at the start of the war none of the armies had railwayWorld War I was the Golden Age of the railway gun More railway artillery pieces were used during this war than in any other conflict even though at the start of the war none of the armies had railway guns and the very idea of railway artillery was comparatively new The impetus to build and field railway mounted guns came from the stalemate of trench warfare The first railway guns fielded by the French army in early were simple improvised designs made by mounting surplus coastal defense fortress.

And naval guns onto existing commercial railway carriages These first guns were fielded to primarily provide heavy artillery support to the frontline infantry The British and German Armies followed suit and soon railway guns were employed all along the Western Front The use of railway artillery expanded to other fronts too with Russia fielding several guns in and Italy in Even the United States which developed its artillery in close cooperation with the French employed several models of railwa.

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Railway Guns of World War I ePUB Í of World  eBook

Railway Guns of World War I ePUB Í of World eBook Marc Romanych is a retired US Army combat arms officer and the author of several books for Osprey on World War I artillery and fortifications He has a BA in History from the University of Maryland and an MA in International Relations from St Mary s University Interested in the Maginot Line since 1995 Marc has extensively explored its fortifications He is a member of Association du PO de Sentzich a Maginot Line preservation group Marc lives near Balti MarylandGreg Heuer is retired Chief Engineer and Program Manager for Raytheon Company He has a BS in Electronics Engineering with a minor in Business Administration from New Mexico State University Interested in the intersection between modeling art and the history of manufacturing technologies Greg has extensively researched studied and modeled super heavy and railway artillery Greg lives near Newport Rhode IslandSteve Noon was born in Kent UK and attended art college in Cornwall He s had a life long passion for illustration and since 1985 has worked as a professional artist He has provided award winning illustrations for the publishers Dorling Kindersley where his interest in historical illustration began Steve has illustrated over 30 books for Osprey

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