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World War 2 Weapons

  • Gairey Firefly Fighter Plane

    The 2 seated figter was built in 1702 but then was modifited time after time but kept the orginal name and design. This had a small but powerful engine to help manuver faster and get more airtime.
  • M1A1 Flamethrower- America

    M1A1 Flamethrower- America
    The M1A1 flamethrower had a backpack with a fuel tank that consisted of two bottles. A third, smaller upright bottle, the propellant tank, was located between the fuel tanks. The backpack had a high-pressure valve. The nozzle of the weapon was located at the end of a long, thin pipe, which was connected to the backpack with a hose.
  • German weapons!

  • Bren Light Machine Gun-British

    Bren Light Machine Gun-British
    The Bren Gun was a series of Light Machine Guns adopted by the British in 1932 and was used mostly by the primary infantary in the war and was used throughout the entire war.
  • Maschinenkarabiner M35

    This semi automatic gun was used by gaurds at concentration camps and was used to inforce. Many bullets would miss and cause this gun to have one of the worse hit rate. This gun was used as a mass masacre weapon on Christmas when 1st introduced.
  • The Boeing 314 Clipper- America

    The Boeing 314 Clipper- America
    The Boeing 314 Clipper was a long-range flying boat produced by the Boeing Airplane Company between 1938-1941 and is comparable to the BritishShort S.26. One of the largest aircraft of the time, it used the massive wing of Boeing's eariler XB-16 Bomber prototype to achieve the range necessary for flights across the atlatic and pacific oceans.
  • Besa Mk3- British

    Besa Mk3- British
    This was a tank and machine gun togther that was almost unstopable at 1st. This was made only to the british and Italian and was produced in a large amount. This served as a front line for the men
  • M2A1 howitzer- America

    M2A1 howitzer- America
    The M2A1 howitzer was the standard light field howitzer for the United States in World War II, seeing action in both Europe and Pacific islands. Entering production in 1941, it quickly entered the war against the Japanese Army in the Pacific, where it gained a reputation for its accuracy and powerful punch. The M101 fired had a range of 12,200 yd, making it suitable for supporting infantry.
  • M1941 Johnson Rifle- America

    The Johnson Rift was a shortrecoil semi-auto rifle designed before WW2. It got famous in 1941 when the Americans picked up a huge amount and used them in war.
  • Bouncing Bomb- British

    Bouncing Bomb- British
    The Bouncing Bomb is a bomb designed specifically to bounce a target across water in a calculated manner to avoid obstacles such as torpedo nets and lets the detonation be predeterminded.
  • Virtual Weapons

  • Sauer 38H- German

    This hand gun was very simple and used to arrest Jews. This gun was very powerful if not used correctly. A german offical was killed with this gun by a bullet that went through one head and out the other.
  • The M36 tank destroyer- America

    The M36 tank destroyer- America
    The M36 tank destroyer, formally known as the 90 mm Gun Motor Carriage was an American tank destroyer used during World War II. American soldiers usually referred to them as TDs for tank destroyers. The M36 first served in combat in Europe in September 1944, and served until the end of the war; it also served during the Korean War, and in the armies of several other countries.
  • German Gun Show

    German Gun Show
    On May 23rd 1944 the German officals had their 1st gun show. This gun show was to announce that the German Army needed more guns diffrnet then their current ones. They said that on September 3rd 1944 they will have a gun show. Larry Hines an ex general at that time brought 4 guns (shown in picture) that sent the bar for the weapons used in war.