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ⓘ Karl-Gerät




Karl-Gerat
                                     

ⓘ Karl-Gerat

Karl-Gerat ", also known as Morser Karl, was a World War II German self-propelled siege mortar designed and built by Rheinmetall. Its heaviest munition was a 60 cm diameter, 2.170 kg shell, and the range for its lightest shell of 1.250 kg was just over 10 km. Each gun had to be accompanied by a crane, a two-piece heavy transport set of railcars, and several modified tanks to carry shells.

Seven guns were built, of which six saw combat between 1941 and 1945. It was used to attack the Soviet fortresses of Brest-Litovsk and Sevastopol, bombarded Polish resistance fighters in Warsaw and participated in the battle of the bulge, and was used to try to destroy the Ludendorff bridge during the battle of Remagen. One Karl-Gerat survived and the rest were scrapped after the war.

                                     
  • Mauser - Werke AG developed a 28 20 mm anti - tank weapon initially designated Gerat 231 or MK.8202 in 1939 1940. In June July 1940, an experimental batch of
  • July 2018. Bertha s Big Brother Karl - Gerat 60 cm 54 cm The Super - Heavy Self - Propelled Mortar also known as Gerat 040 041 Nr. I - VII. Boyds, Maryland:
  • limited basis, due to the few number of planes equipped with the X - Device X - Gerat the electronic component of the system carried in the plane. and the short
  • in combat at the Battle of Antwerp in 1832 The World War II German Karl - Gerat was a 60 cm 23.6 inch mortar and the largest to see combat in modern
  • Gruppenhorchgerat passive hydrophones were fitted to detect submarines and an S - Gerat sonar was also probably fitted. The ship was equipped with a FuMO 24 25
  • devices and relied on three systems: Knickebein Crooked leg X - Gerat X - Device and Y - Gerat Y - Device This led the British to develop countermeasures
  • Gruppenhorchgerat passive hydrophones were fitted to detect submarines and an S - Gerat sonar was also probably fitted. The ship was equipped with a FuMO 24 25
  • Allgemeine, 18 June 2012, online, Damit der Forscher nicht in Vergessenheit gerat Gedenktafel zu Ehren Hermann Becklers wurde gestern in Hochstadt enthullt

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