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Flak batteries



Flak batteries


As Germany's position deteriorated the need for more anti-aircraft guns became apparent so the floating Flak Batteries were brought in to play in an attempt to counter the allied strategic bombardments. Old warships were withdrawn from service and captured vessels were converted by removing there engines and fitted with modern radar and communications equipment and armed with the following 10.5 cm, 4 cm, 3.7cm and 2 cm anti-aircraft guns they were man by soldiers of the naval artillery units They were then towed and anchored in the main flight paths of the allied bombers.


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ISBN-10: 0851775330

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ISBN-10: 155750301X

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