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One of four 12.8 cm 'Flak 40' anti-aircraft twin guns on the Berlin-Humboldshain  "flaktower".

One of four 128 mm 'Flak 40 Zwilling' anti-aircraft twin guns on the Berlin-Humboldshain "flaktower".

Concrete giant 1) Input 2) Armored shutters 3) Storage of ammunition 4) Basic combat platform 5) The command post and rangefinder 6) Gun turret 7) dual 128-mm anti-aircraft gun 8) Easy 20-mm anti-aircraft gun

Concrete giant Input Armored shutters Storage of ammunition Basic combat platform The command post and rangefinder Gun turret dual anti-aircraft gun Easy anti-aircraft gun

...like the Kugelblitz only two were made but they saw combat

Detailed image of the K gepanzerte Selbstfahrlafette IVa (Dicker Max) Self-Propelled Artillery / Tank Destroyer

Maus w SS troops '46 2 | MilitaryImages.Net

Would have been terrifying if it had made it to the battlefield .Maus w SS troops MilitaryImages.

12,8 cm Selbstfahrlafette auf VK 30.01 (H) « Sturer Emil » движется к Сталинграду. 1942 г.

cm Selbstfahrlafette auf (Panzerselbstfahrlafette V) Sturer Emil - German prototype 128 mm anti-tank self-propelled gun. Only two prototypes were built, both used on Eastern Front.

12.8 cm FlaK 40 - was a high power, long range German anti-aircraft gun from WW2. It was the heaviest and most effective anti-aircraft gun of its era and for decades after the war. It weighed a minimum of 12 tons, and when mounted on a turret, it weighed 26 tons. It used a special charge that allowed its projectiles to reach targets 3x faster than anything else. 450 of these were made and placed primarily around Berlin. A rapid-fire prototype was made but never produced in any numbers.

cm FlaK 40 - was a high power, long range German anti-aircraft gun from…

Doctors and patients from the City Hospital atop the Zoo Flak Tower, February, 1945.

This picture shows the twin barrel configuration. - Doctors and patients from the City Hospital atop the Zoo Flak Tower, February,

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An extremely lucky German Infantryman, whose helmet looks like it took a direct hit from a bullet that obviously failed to penetrate.Eastern Front, Date Unknown.

Wrecked German Flak 88 Gun

German artillery photos in World War

Germany artillery 1941

German artillery photos in World War

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