- 50 - mm mortar RM-38 1938
Development 50mm mortar company commander was launched in KB plant number 7 in early 1937. During the year, has been tested several prototypes mortars. Adopted 50 mm company mortar arr. 1938 was adopted in 1938.
- 50 - mm mortar PM-40 1940
50mm company mortar arr. 1940 was tested in January 1940 on the Finnish front in the location of the 85th Infantry Regiment, 100th Infantry Division.
- 50 - RM-mm mortar Shamarin 41 1941
Created under the direction of designer VN Shamarina. Mortar assembled the blind scheme (all parts mortar mounted on the base plate) and is equipped with a remote crane vented up. Stove mortar stamped membrane.
- 50 - mm mortar type 89 1929
This mortar is usually tolerated by Japanese soldiers strap attached to the leg, and the Japanese themselves called it a foot mortar.
- 50 - mm antitank gun Rak.38
To replace ineffective Cancer 35/36 in 1939, has developed a new 50-mm antitank gun Rak.38, entered service with the Wehrmacht in late 1940. By the time of the German invasion of the Soviet Union in the German troops such guns were still few and they were completed only individual companies battalions of tank destroyers.
- 50 - mm anti-aircraft gun Flak.41
effort to increase the range of the small-caliber antiaircraft artillery, while maintaining as much as possible of its positive qualities such as light weight and good mobility, German designers developed a new anti-aircraft gun for the German army caliber - 50 mm. This gun was accepted into service in 1941 under the name of 50-mm anti-aircraft gun Flak.41 and come into service in the first place light antiaircraft battalions Luftwaffe.
- 57 - mm antitank gun Q. F. 6-pdr
In the first battles with German tanks Pz III and Pz IV on the Western Front apparent low efficiency of the British anti dvuhfuntovki caliber 40 mm. Therefore, in 1940, began in England accelerated development of a new 57-mm anti-tank gun.
- 57 - mm antitank gun ZIS-2
Soviet 57-mm anti-tank gun ZIS-2 was successfully used during World War II to deal with enemy tanks and armored vehicles. Its characteristics, it had no equal among the small-caliber anti-tank artillery: an initial speed of 700 m / s at a distance of her shell pierced the armor of 500 m thickness of 100 mm. Work on the 57-mm cannon began in KB VG Grabina in May 1940.
- 57-mm anti-self-propelled gun ZIS-30
Needing antitank self-propelled artillery, the Red Army began to experience the very beginning of the Great Patriotic War, when we had to keep fighting with the advancing mechanized formations of the Wehrmacht.
- 60 - mm mortar M1 1927
interested mortars U.S. Army in the late 20-ies. The design of this mortar was bought by Edgar Brandt, a famous French designer of artillery weapons, after which he began under license mortar made in the United States.
- 60 - mm mortar M19 1943
When in December 1941, the United States entered the war in the Pacific, it turned out that American troops do not have enough light and effective mortar fire support of infantry platoons and companies are forced to operate in a jungle and mountainous terrain, often in isolation from the database supply.
- 65 - mm mountain gun 65/17 mod.13
of adopting the Italian army in 1913, 65-mm (2.5-inch) mountain gun could be fast enough to disassemble 6 pieces for transport on mules.
- 70 - mm gun battalion Type 92
This gun is the most famous artillery weapon of the Japanese army during World War II, it could be used as a mortar, and as an ordinary field gun. Easy and convenient to use, it is easily serviced by several people, with its transportation dismantled, bringing in parts or entirely carried by horse or mule.
- 75 - mm self-propelled howitzer StuG III
In 1935, General Manstein proposed to establish assault artillery units, equipped with under-armor guns mounted on crawler. In 1936, Daimler-Benz company commissioned the development of such an assault gun mount and the company Krupp - guns for her.
- 75 - mm mountain gun GebK.36
This artillery system looks quite unusual, but in fact is an ordinary 75-mm (2.95 inch) howitzer, and if it had wheels, she would have been completely standard form. But as mountain guns are usually used in complex geographical and climatic conditions, often on snow or ice, instead of wheels, this gun was equipped with wide runners, allows it to haul the snow skiers group.
- 75 - mm mountain gun Type 94
Towers used artillery to arm the troops intended for operations in the mountains. The main requirement for mountain artillery, was their demountable to gun can be transported in packs through the narrow mountain paths.
- 75 - mm light howitzer M1A1 1927
This instrument was constructed in the 1920s, based on the experience gained during the First World War. Light howitzer original design could fairly quickly disassembled into four pieces and packed in packs for transportation on mules.
- 75 - mm infantry gun leIG.18
After the First World War among military experts opinion prevailed that the gun will be used primarily against tanks. To destroy enemy personnel were provided mortar installation.
- 75 - mm field gun Canon de 75 mle 1897/33
In France during the First World War, this gun has become a national legend same as in the famous Russian trehdyuymovka. The French believe that it is through rate of semdesyatpyatok managed to win all the decisive battles of the great slaughter, and win over Germany.
- 75 - mm field gun type 38
entered in the XX century, distant from European and American imperial Japan had no experience in the development of heavy weapons.
- 75 - mm antitank gun Rak.40
Beginning in 1943, 75-mm gun Pak 40 became the standard anti-tank gun of the Wehrmacht and used against armored vehicles on the Eastern and the Western Front. Rheinmetall-Borsig company started work on Rak.40 in 1939, and the first gun of this type appeared on the front at the end of 1941.
- 75-mm self-propelled anti-Da 75/18
Before World War II Italian industry has produced a large number of light tanks in the battles that could not withstand the machines allies protivosnaryadnym booking. Therefore, in late 1941 the Italians began to develop self-propelled artillery fire support for the advancing armored units.
- 75-mm self-propelled anti-tank Hetzer
After the seizure of Czechoslovakia to the Germans got a lot of great Czech tanks TNHP (LT-38), which, under the designation PzKpfw 38 (t) were adopted by the Wehrmacht and participated in almost all the military campaigns of World War II. But in 1943, PzKpfw 38 (t) started to become obsolete, though its chassis still remains a remarkable achievement of engineering.
- 75 - mm self-propelled antitank Jägdpanzer IV
Jgd Pz IV was originally designed as an analogue of the assault gun StuG III, but only on the basis of the Quartet and plant capacities firms engaged its release. (Hence the second name - StuG neuer Art mit 7.5cm PaK L/48 auf Fahrgestell PzKpfw IV). Quest received a head on this model tank company Krupp-Gruzon.
- 75-mm self-propelled antitank Marder II
In 1942 successfully passed fitting 7.5 cm anti-tank gun to the base Pz Kpfw II. By the time this issue of the tank as the old model, decided to cut and move on to the production of necessary parts in front of mobile anti-tank weapons.
- 75-mm gun Bofors m/34
This model was made by Bofors in the late 1920s as an initiative development. Originally it was designed as a mountain, it can be figured out pretty quickly into eight pieces and pack them in packs for transportation by mule or towed using light vehicles.
- 75-mm gun Canonne da 75/27
Progressive development of French designers began to appear in early 1912 75-mm gun Canonne da 75/27, which was first applied by sliding the opener carriages.
- 75-mm gun Type 35
the beginning of World War II 75-mm gun Type 35 was the most modern artillery weapon of the Japanese army. It was designed based on the experience of fighting in Manchuria and China.
- 75-mm self-propelled gun M8 Scott (Scott M8) 1943
propelled system was designed and put into production in 1942 as a means of direct support of infantry and tanks. It was created on the basis of a light tank M5, whose design has undergone some changes: increased slope front plate, which hatches moved the driver and gunner-radio operator, instead of the standard tower with a 37-mm gun has a large size open-topped tower with a circular rotation set in her 75-mm howitzer M2 or M2A1.
- 75-mm self-propelled gun StuG IV
In 1943, a prototype assault gun built on the chassis of a medium tank PzKpfw IV using elements booking assault gun StuG 40. December 6, Hitler ordered to begin mass production of the new ACS.