Chinese troops with a Type 24 machine gun as an anti-aircraft weapon, date unknown

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1. Black River Militaria says:
19 Mar 2015 07:58:15 PM

Pic above is not a Russian 1910 Maxim but the Chinese M24 Maxim, ,anufacturer by the Chinese. The M24 was a copy of the earlier German DWM commercial 1909 Maxim and the Chinese used German armaments advisors to assist in their own production of the M24s. Many of the other pictures in this thread are M24 Chinese Maxims and not Russian 1910s.

Bob Naess
2. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
20 Mar 2015 07:41:17 PM

Thank you very much for noting the error. The caption has been corrected.

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