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Mark XIII torpedo with a practice warhead and fitted with a tail ring, Newport, Rhode Island, United States, 1944. The tail ring modification was the final alteration that made this a truly dependable weapon.Tsar Nicholas II of Russia inspecting a 75mm field gun of th French Army, 1901Ehrhardt 7.5 cm field gun on sled transport during exercises, Norway, 1904, photo 1 of 2Ehrhardt 7.5 cm field gun on sled transport during exercises, Norway, 1904, photo 2 of 2
Mark XIII torpedo with a practice warhead and fitted with a tail ring, Newport, Rhode Island, United States, 1944. The tail ring modification was the final alteration that made this a truly dependable weapon.Tsar Nicholas II of Russia inspecting a 75mm field gun of th French Army, 1901Ehrhardt 7.5 cm field gun on sled transport during exercises, Norway, 1904, photo 1 of 2Ehrhardt 7.5 cm field gun on sled transport during exercises, Norway, 1904, photo 2 of 2
Norwegian troops with Krag-Jørgensen rifles, 1905Technical drawings of the Glisenti M1910 semi-automatic pistolTroops of the Australian 1st Division Pioneers digging out a 4.5in howitzer near Hannebeek, Belgium, 4 Oct 1910Chinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911
Norwegian troops with Krag-Jørgensen rifles, 1905Technical drawings of the Glisenti M1910 semi-automatic pistolTroops of the Australian 1st Division Pioneers digging out a 4.5in howitzer near Hannebeek, Belgium, 4 Oct 1910Chinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911
Polish troops cleaning their Berthier rifles in France, 1907-1915French naval infantrymen with 75mm and 90mm guns, near Paris, France, Jan 1915French naval infantrymen with 75mm gun, near Paris, France, Jan 1915Austro-Hungarian Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 medium machine gun crew in the Tyrolean region of Austria, 1914-1918
Polish troops cleaning their Berthier rifles in France, 1907-1915French naval infantrymen with 75mm and 90mm guns, near Paris, France, Jan 1915French naval infantrymen with 75mm gun, near Paris, France, Jan 1915Austro-Hungarian Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 medium machine gun crew in the Tyrolean region of Austria, 1914-1918
Ordnance QF 4.5 inch Howitzer being pulled by horses, Moascar, Egypt, 1915-1916A British 4.5in howtizer on the Western Front of WW1, Thiepval-Somme area, France, Sep 1916Austrian soldiers in WW1; note Steyr-Mannlicher M1895 rifles, grenades, and helmetsFemale worker being helped out of a BL 15 in gun after she had finished cleaning the rifling, Coventry Ordnance Works, England, United Kingdom, 1914-1918
Ordnance QF 4.5 inch Howitzer being pulled by horses, Moascar, Egypt, 1915-1916A British 4.5in howtizer on the Western Front of WW1, Thiepval-Somme area, France, Sep 1916Austrian soldiers in WW1; note Steyr-Mannlicher M1895 rifles, grenades, and helmetsFemale worker being helped out of a BL 15 in gun after she had finished cleaning the rifling, Coventry Ordnance Works, England, United Kingdom, 1914-1918
Female worker cleaning the rifling of a BL 15 in gun, Coventry Ordnance works, England, United Kingdom, 1914-1918Two British Ordnance QF 4.5 inch Howitzers on the Western Front of WW1, 1916-1918Battery C, 6th Field Artillery, US Army firing French-built 75mm field gun Canon de 75 modèle 1897 gun set up as an anti-aircraft gun, France, 1914-1918
Female worker cleaning the rifling of a BL 15 in gun, Coventry Ordnance works, England, United Kingdom, 1914-1918Two British Ordnance QF 4.5 inch Howitzers on the Western Front of WW1, 1916-1918Battery C, 6th Field Artillery, US Army firing French-built 75mm field gun 'Bridget', France, 1917-1918Canon de 75 modèle 1897 gun set up as an anti-aircraft gun, France, 1914-1918

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