Apparently they also made 24 each of copies of a German 105mm heavy mountain gun and an 88mm feild artillery gun.
I am trying to put together a detailed study of Chinese weapons purchases from ca. CyirlSh wrote: So in Bulgaria used this gun with 37mm, in Latvia and China with 70mm.
Founded in 1999. And as I knew special updating of this howitzer for China.
Last edited by zhenyuan on 15 Aug 2006 02: If it would be accepted on arms in Czechoslovakia I has written " 7cm kanon vz. Type number refer to years after the foundiation of the Republic. Probably and in other countries too, but I do not know about it.
The question is: I have incorrectly written. Czechoslovakia 37mm infantry gun Skoda No.
Austria-Hungary 104mm howitzer M. What are the sources for these citations and could they be reproduced verbatim on this forum ie.
If you have noticed I all instruments named as them named in those countries where they have been accepted on arms. These were native productions and the defeat of Yan Xishan in the 1930 Central Plains War probably was the reason more and better artillery were not developed. Quick links. Best regards Cyril. I have designated this gun Mod.