German Artillery of World War II – Anti-Aircraft Guns


20mm Flak 30 L/115

20mm Flak 38 L/113

20mm Flakvierling 38 L/113

20mm Scotti(i) (Scotti – Italian)

20mm Breda(i) (Breda – Italian)

25mm Hotchkiss 38/39 L/60 (Hotchkiss – French)

30mm Flak 103

30mm Flakvierling 103/38

37mm Flak 18/36/37 L/98

37mm Flak 43 L/89

37mm Flakzwilling 43 L/89

37mm Flak 39(r) L/66.7 (Russian)

40mm Flak 28M (Bofors) L/60 (Swedish Bofors – Norwegian)

50mm Flak 41 L/94

50mm Flak 214

55mm Flak 58

75mm Flak L/60

76.2mm Flak M31(r) L/55 (Russian)

76.2mm / 88mm Flak M31(r) L/47.6 (Russian)

75mm Flak 254/3(i) (Ansaldo – Italian)

75mm Flak M.17/34(f) (Schneider – French)

75mm Flak M.33(f) (Schneider – French)

75mm Flak M.36(f) (Schneider – French)

85mm Flak M39(r) L/55.2 (Russian)

85mm Flak M44(r) (Russian)

88mm Flak 18/36/37 L/56

88mm Flak 41 L/74

88mm Flak 37/41 L/74

90mm Flak 41(i) / Flak 309/1(i) L/53 (Ansaldo – Italian)

94mm Flak Vickers M.39(e) (Vickers – English)

105mm Flak 38/39 L/63.3

128mm Flak 40/45 L/61

128mm Flakzwilling 41 L/61

150mm Flak 60F

150mm Flak 55

Note:

Flugabwehrkanone (Flak) – anti-aircraft gun

Flakzwilling – anti-aircraft in twin mounting

Flakvierling – anti-aircraft in quad mounting


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