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WW2 Walther P 38 Pistol History
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Here is a black and white diagram of the Walther P-38 pistol, with all parts named.

This diagram, accompanied by a few paragraphs concerning it's unique characteristics, appeared in the American Army weekly YANK MAGAZINE, and was intended to be read by all those who were most likely to stand before the business end of this German side arm.

We regret that the scan is not very clear and should be printed for better viewing.

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The German Walther P-38 (Yank Magazine, 1943)

The German Walther P-38 (Yank Magazine, 1943)

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