Deserto Artiglieria WWII

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Italian Cannone da 102/35.

Italian Cannone da 102/35.

Italian artillery position with 75/27 06 gun covered with bushes as camo in the desert. Photo taken during General Erwin Rommel's Campaign in North Africa, 1941

Italian artillery position with 75/27 06 gun covered with bushes as camo in the desert. Photo taken during General Erwin Rommel's Campaign in North Africa, 1941

Pavesi Model 30-A  Artillery Tractor

Pavesi Model 30-A Artillery Tractor

A Pavesi P4 Mod. 30 artillery tractor with tires.

A Pavesi P4 Mod. 30 artillery tractor with tires.

Bersaglieri ("SHARPSHOOTERS") with 75mm A/T - A/P gun: N-Africa. WWII.

Bersaglieri ("SHARPSHOOTERS") with 75mm A/T - A/P gun: N-Africa. WWII.

17cm Kanone 18 in Mrs. Laf. in North Africa. It's range was 29.6km

17cm Kanone 18 in Mrs. Laf. in North Africa. It's range was 29.6km

Italian artillery North Africa WW2 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Italian artillery North Africa WW2 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Africa del Nord, 1942. Un prete dice messa su un carro armato M13/40. North Africa, 1942. A priest celebrates mass on an M13/40 tank. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Africa del Nord, 1942. Un prete dice messa su un carro armato M13/40. North Africa, 1942. A priest celebrates mass on an M13/40 tank. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Italian Cannone 47/32 M35. The little Böhler 47mm anti-tank gun was first produced in 1935 and is thus sometimes known as the Model 35. It was first produced in Austria but its use soon spread outside Austria and licenses to produce the gun were taken up by Italy. In fact the Italian production run reached a point where the Böhler gun became regarded as an indigenous Italian weapon, the Cannone da 47/32 M35.

Italian Cannone 47/32 M35. The little Böhler 47mm anti-tank gun was first produced in 1935 and is thus sometimes known as the Model 35. It was first produced in Austria but its use soon spread outside Austria and licenses to produce the gun were taken up by Italy. In fact the Italian production run reached a point where the Böhler gun became regarded as an indigenous Italian weapon, the Cannone da 47/32 M35.

Italian Artillery in Africa

Italian Artillery in Africa

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