10.5cm leFH 18/40 - left side
Here we see a side view of the 10.5cm le FH 18/40, with the gun shield removed. The 18/40 was a wartime expedient, combining the gun from the 10.5cm le FH 18/M with the carriage from the 75mm Pak 40 anti-tank gun. This was a lighter, less sturdy carriage that made the howitzer easier to move, but less stable.
German Heavy Artillery Guns 1933-1945, Alexander Lüdeke
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