Discussion in 'Quiz Me!' started by WW2Nut, Jun 13, 2003.
well that looks real logical, looks like some propaganda to me.
Tracked means it has tracks. Motorised means it has an engine. The two things do not have to occur concutrrently.
That 280mm Mortar photo is not propaganda, your statement does not bear any logic. That mortar was tracked for better ground support, and it did not have an engine.
Most tracked vehicles were motorised. A few, like the examples above, were not. Please bear in mind that we are talking WW2, that is, middle of 20th Century. This forum is not about present time where the same paradigms do not necessarily apply. Please adjust your preconceptions.
152mm gun M1935 (Br-2)
Pardon me, but isn't this a quiz thread? Where is the question?
Last time I checked a forum was a place where topics were reviewed and or discussed as Falkenburg and I were doing.
The Nashorn, Ferdinand, Elefant tanks would be considered self-propelled guns. That was all I was trying to say.
Falkenburg, I yield and regret typing what I did last night, I was pretty worn out.
#3 FP-45 Liberator
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so far no ones got number 2 so
2# maxim machine gun
5# is a KV-2
6# BT-7 on road wheels 86km/hr
8# is little david
Sorry to wake this topic from the dead, but I have some nice question about one weapon, and this looked like obvious place for it. So...
What weapon is on this photo?
#3. Welrod, I think it was actually used by the British.
210mm W.Gr. 42 rocket
No, it is not german...
I think it is Dutch and is in some way related to warfare on ice - it is a weapon sled (possibly is Finnish or Scandinavian but think Dutch)
a stretch is that it is rocket powered?
2. Hyro maxim machine gun
10. Fat man and little boy dropped on august 6th and 9th 1945 by 2 B-29's known as "enola gay' and "bocks car"
re: no# 8. i would thought the biggest artillery was the us Black Dragon.