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WW2 German Guns in Winter
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Published in a 1943 YANK MAGAZINE were the following notes based on directions issued that same year by the German Army High Command, regarding the use and proper care of German infantry weapons during winter campaigns. The instructions in question concern:

German Luger and Walther P38 pistols,

the Gewehr 41 rifle, Gewehr 98,

M.G. 34 light machine gun and the,

M.G. 42 heavy machine guns.

The article is accompanied by illustrations of the snow sleds used to transport the German machine guns.

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German Weapons in Winter (Yank  Magazine, 1943)

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