8.8 cm German Anti-Aircraft Gun, Flak 36 barrel on a Flak 36 carriage

Steel | 1939-1945

Krupp, Essen

This is one of the most recognised German weapons of the Second World War, and part of a family of 8.8 cm anti-aircraft and anti-tank guns that began with the Flak 18 in 1928. 'Flak' was an abbreviation of Flugabwehrkanone meaning aircraft-d...
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