German heavy artillery siege guns in action.800mm heavy artillery rail gun,"Gustav Geschutz". 60cm mortar "Karl" in World War 2
Crimea Date:1942 Duration:2 min 18 sec Sound:Yes
German artillerymen operate an 80cm German artillery rail gun ("Gustav Geschutz" ) in siege of Sevastopol, Crimea, in World War 2. Gun is first seen being transported and positioned on rails. Scenes of actual loading, aiming and firing with gun crew in shirtsleeves. German crews are seen handling 600mm shells for a German mortar ("Karl"). Scenes of mortar firing. Siege gun firing from camouflaged position with gun crew holding their ears. Interspersed scenes of 80cm guns and 60cm mortars firing.
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