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Created as a response to the drastic increase in French and British tank production, German industry manufactured a powerful anti-tank rifle in early 1918. Produced by Mauser, the weapon fired a 13mm armor-piercing bullet but it's heavy recoil made the weapon difficult to operate. The Abris Museum in Albert, France has one of these currently on display.

     


The German Anti-Tank Rifle (Almanach Hechette, 1919)

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