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ⓘ 7.58 cm Minenwerfer




7.58 cm Minenwerfer
                                     

ⓘ 7.58 cm Minenwerfer

The Russo-Japanese War of 1905 had shown the value of mortars against modern fieldworks and fortifications and the Germans were in the process of fielding a whole series of mortars before the beginning of World War I. Their term for them was Minenwerfer, literally mine-thrower, they were initially assigned to engineer units in their siege warfare role. By the Winter of 1916-17, they were transferred to infantry units where the leMWs light weight permitted them to accompany the foot-soldiers in the advance.

In General, Rheinmetalls other Minenwerfer designs in the leMW was a rifled muzzle-loader, which had hydraulic cylinders on each side of the pipe to absorb the recoil forces and spring recuperators to return the tube to the firing position. It was a rectangular firing platform with limited traverse and elevation. Wheels can be added for easy transportation or it can be implemented, at least six people. In 1916, the new model is designated as N.And. or Neuer art new version comes out, which included a circular firing platform, giving the effect of a turntable, which permitted a full 360 degrees horizontally. He also had more than 16 inch 410 mm barrel and can be used for direct fire between 0° and elevation of 27°, If the new 90 kg 200 lb trail was fitted to absorb the recoil force. In this mode he was pressed into operation as anti-tank guns.

                                     
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  • War II. This self - propelled artillery piece was one of a series of seven 60 cm mortars known as Karl Gerat 040 Designed and developed by Rheinmetall between
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  • at the beginning of the war, had inventories of various calibres of Minenwerfer which were ideally suited for trench warfare. On 27 June 1917 the Germans
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