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World War II Weapons By: Chris Nilges. German Weapons  Hand Guns  Walther P33  Luger P08  Rifles  Sturmgewehr 44  Sub Machine Guns  Maschinenpistole.

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Presentation on theme: "World War II Weapons By: Chris Nilges. German Weapons  Hand Guns  Walther P33  Luger P08  Rifles  Sturmgewehr 44  Sub Machine Guns  Maschinenpistole."— Presentation transcript:

1 World War II Weapons By: Chris Nilges

2 German Weapons  Hand Guns  Walther P33  Luger P08  Rifles  Sturmgewehr 44  Sub Machine Guns  Maschinenpistole 3008  Maschinenpistole 38/40  Machine Guns  Mg 34  Mg 42  Gun were mostly used for ground troops rifles were for charging

3 German Tanks  First tanks  Panzer I (1933)  Panzer II (1934)  Panzer IV (1936)  Panzer III ( )  Panther (1936 till the end of the war)  German tanks were mostly use for defending against big artillery and blowing up big groups of people

4 American Weapons  Early Weapons  Bolt action rifles  One of most powerful weapons was the bolt action rifle and most accurate to  Sniper Rifles  Used for long range only  Hand Guns  Used for people that were not land fighters like pilots and tank commanders  Machine Guns  Fires rapid bullets that were most effective at close combat

5 American Tanks  Most American tanks did not have missile launchers but machine guns (America didn’t make the best tanks in WWII)  Light Tanks  M1  M2  M3  M5  M8 HMC  Heavy tanks  M26  Heavy tanks were the only missile launcher tanks and not only were they used to kill other heavy artillery but used as cover


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