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Weapons

M 99 15 cm heavy howitzer

It was the main gun type of the Monarchy’s heavy artillery at the beginning of the Great War. The first ...
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Field telephone

In the trench battles of the Great War, constant communication between troop units, observers and headquarters was critically important. In ...
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M 15 “corn” hand grenade

At the beginning of the Great War, the use of hand grenades was not common among the warring parties. The ...
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M14 and M15 15 cm heavy howitzers

The development of the Monarchy’s artillery became an urgent task after the outbreak of the Great War. Heavy artillery was ...
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Tatra class destroyers

The Austro-Hungarian navy underwent rapid development before the Great War. This happened because, after the establishment of Italian unity, Italy ...
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01M mounted field bakery oven

By “weapon” in this section, I sometimes rather mean technical equipment. I believe that this is also justified, since these ...
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M9 10 cm Turmhaubitze

In the Tyrolean mountains, both the Monarchy and Italy set up a line of fortifications against each other. Part of ...
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M 15 7,5 cm mountain cannon

The light mountain cannon developed in the Skoda works in Pilsen between 1911 and 1914 was in service in the ...
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German M16 hand grenade

In the attached photo we see assault soldiers with interesting hand grenades. The military industry of the Monarchy was unable ...
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Mace

The Great War was quickly transformed from a moving warfare into a trench fight. The large-scale, open-air attacks began with ...
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