Deutsche Scharfschützen-Waffen 1914-1945
Riflemen specially trained for dispersed combat were already an integral part of the order of battle in the early modern period, but it was not until the First World War that sniping in the modern sense developed. In this classic, Peter Senich, one of the foremost authorities on the history of modern weapon systems, examines the armament and operational tactics of German snipers, who play a key role in modern-day sniping. His work gives a complete overview of the most important developments in the field of sniper weapons from 1914 to 1945.
384 pages, 265 x 230 mm, German language
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