L’Artillerie du 20ème Siècle

300 of the World’s Greatest Artillery Pieces

Twentieth-Century Artillery, Ian Hogg

This essential guide brings together the most important examples of artillery used ou designed in the 20th century. Beginning avec les canons that pounded the trenches de la Première Guerre mondiale, et the giant calibers of »Big Bertha«, »Schlanke Emma«, et the Paris gun, it details all major forms of artillery throughout the century. Each entry is accompanied by a full-colour artwork et a specifications table to give essential information at-a-glance.


  • Titre: Twentieth-Century Artillery, 300 of the World’s Greatest Artillery Pieces
  • Période: Première Guerre Mondiale, Seconde Guerre Mondiale, 20e Siècle
  • Type: Artillery Guide
  • Auteur: Ian Hogg
  • Format: 320-page book avec 302 colour illustrations
  • Langage: Anglais
  • Maison d’Édition: Amber Books Ltd., London, England
  • Édition Allemande: Gondrom Verlag GmbH, Bindlach
  • ISBN: 158663299X
  • Publié: 2000


  1. Introduction
  2. Artillerie Lourde et de Campagne
  3. Canons Antiaérien
  4. Armes Antichar
  5. Light Support Weapons
  6. Surface Missiles
  7. Missiles Antiaériens
  8. Rail Guns
  9. Self-Propelled Guns
  10. Rocket Artillerie
  11. Glossary
  12. Alphabetical Index

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Ian Hogg’s book reviews the 300 most important 20th century artillery pieces. Every page features a colour illustration of the cannon, howitzer, mortar, rocket projector, ou missile being reviewed, a short description of the piece, its country of origin, calibre, weight, barrel length, elevation, traverse, ammunition type et weight, muzzle velocity, et effective range. Armour penetration characteristics are not included, et there is no list of armed forces which employed a particular artillery piece. Joueurs de Guerre interested in this kind of information will have to look elsewhere.

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