List of German weapons of World War I

Summary

This is a list of German weapons of World War I.

Infantry weapons

Mauser Gewehr 98 and bayonet

Machine guns

Special weapons

Artillery

  • 7.5 cm Gebirgskanone L/14 M1913 (mountain gun)

Other vehicles

  • A7V Flakpanzer[3] 1918 (anti-aircraft tank)
  • A7V Schutzengrabenbagger[4] 1918 (trench digger)
  • A7V Sturmpanzerwagen[5] 1917 (heavy tank)
  • A7V Uberlandwagen[6] 1917 (supply carrier)
  • Benz-SAG BL10 panzerkraftwagen[7] 1912 (armored truck)
  • Büssing A5P[8] 1915 (armored car)
  • Bussing Kraftzugwagen KZW 1800 1916 (gun carrier)
  • Daimler Marienfelde ALZ 13 1913 (supply truck)
  • Daimler Marienwagen II halbspur 1916 (supply halftrack)
  • Daimler Marienwagen II gepanzerter halbspur[9] 1917 (armored halftrack)
  • Daimler Marienwagen II tankabwehrkanone[10] 1918 (anti-tank halftrack)
  • Daimler Panzerautomobil[8] 1915 (armored car)
  • Duhrkopp (Dur) Wagen[11] 1916 (supply carrier)
  • Ehrhardt E-V/4[12] (early version 1915 and late version 1917 armored car)
  • Ehrhardt Gepanzerter triebwagen[13] 1917 (armored railcar)
  • Lanz Gleiskettenschlepper[14] 1918 (supply carrier)
  • Leicht kampfwagen II[15] 1918 (light tank that was rarely used conducting escorts and never saw combat)
  • Mannesmann Motoren und Lastwagen AG panzerkraftwagen[16] 1916 (armored truck)
  • Nacke 3.5t 1913 (supply truck)
  • Nacke 5t 1915 (supply truck)
  • NSU 3 1.2 PS[17] 1914 (sidecar motorcycle)
  • Opel 4t 1915 (supply truck)
  • Porsche Generatorzugwagen[18] 1916 (gun carrier)

Ships

Submarines

Airships

Airplanes

note that those airplanes were mainly used

References

Citations

  1. ^ a b c d passioncompassion1418, "Some world war one German grenades".
  2. ^ Chinn, "The machine gun: Part III full automatic machine gun development".
  3. ^ Harris, "A7V Flakpanzer".
  4. ^ Moore, "A7V Schutzengrabenbagger".
  5. ^ Forty & Livesey 2006, p. 52.
  6. ^ Kempf & Clelland (ed.), "A7V Uberlandwagen".
  7. ^ Ivan (ed.), "Benz-SAG BL10 panzerkraftwagen".
  8. ^ a b Zaloga 2006.
  9. ^ Kempf & Radley (ed.), "Daimler Marienwagen gepanzerter halbspur".
  10. ^ Kempf & Radley (ed.), "Daimler Marienwagen tankabwehrkanone".
  11. ^ DerGRENADIER, "Dur Wagen".
  12. ^ Bishop 2006, p. 27.
  13. ^ Bondar (ed.), "Hejaz armoured railcar".
  14. ^ R (ed.), "Lanz Gleisketten schlepper".
  15. ^ Forty & Livesey 2006, p. 88.
  16. ^ Lepage 2014, p. 172.
  17. ^ Robinson (ed.), "Armed and armoured bicycles and motorbikes".
  18. ^ Nash, "Porsche Generatorzugwagen".

Bibliography

  • Bishop, Chris (2006). The Encyclopedia of Tanks & Armoured Fighting Vehicles. Hoo, nr Rochester: Grange Books. ISBN 978-1-84013-907-5.
  • Forty, George; Livesey, Jack (2006). The World Encyclopedia of Tanks and Armoured Fighting Vehicles. London: Anness Publishing Ltd. ISBN 978-0754833512.
  • Kempf, Peter, Landships II
  • Lepage, Jean-Denis G. G. (2014). German Military Vehicles of World War II: An Illustrated Guide to Cars, Trucks, Half-Tracks, Motorcycles, Amphibious Vehicles and Others. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Co. Ltd. ISBN 9780786462520.
  • Zaloga, Steven J. (2006). German Panzers 1914–18. New Vanguard. Oxford: Osprey Publishing. ISBN 9781472801760.