RAILWAY ARTILLERY
the Characteristics,
Scope of Utility, etc.
of
Railway Artillery
Volume I
volume I in 2 volumes

edited by Duane D. Borchers, Sr.

BK-160 $65.00 (Foreign, $95.00)(8 1/2" x 11", soft cover, 340 pages), 1921
Also, 426 pages of photos and blueprints.

                      INDEX

Abbott, Brig. Gen. Henry L., Civil War
Accuracy life of guns
Ammunition car, standard, S-inch American gun
Ammunition supply system:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount,
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-rich American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
    Relative merits of design
Anchorage:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount. model E
    14-inch American gun mount. model 1918
    14-inch American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer, model 1918
    16-inch American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
    Classification, according to
    Classification of artillery, according to
    Discussion of methods, of
    For rolling type mount
    For sliding type mount
    Ground platform
    Mounts requiring none
    Scheme of, without platform
    Track platform
Antifriction bearings:
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
Assignment of calibers according to resistance of targets
Assignment of mounts according to time for emplacement
Assignment of mounts according to range
Assignment of mounts, basis of
Assignment of mounts on basis of wear
Base ring, 14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
Batignolles mounts:
    Platforms required
    Previous placing of platform
Battles and leaders of the Civil War
Brady, Wm. P. (Civil War pictures)
Breech mechanisms:
    4.7-inch American howitzer
    7-inch American Navy gun
    8-inch American gun
    10-inch American gun
    12-inch, American mortar
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun, Mark II
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun
    16-inch American howitzer, model 1918
    16-inch American howitzer
    16-inch, 50-caliber American gun
    170-millimeter German gun
    210-millimeter German gun
    240-millimeter German howitzer
    280-millimeter German gun
    380-millimeter German gun
Brent, Gen. Joseph, Confederate Army
Camouflage, 380-millimeter German gun mount
Capacity for delivering explosive, 14-inch, 50-caliber gun
Car body:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Carriages:
    10-inch American gun
    Barbette, 8-inch American gun
Carriages, top or gun:
    4.7-inch American howitzer
    7-inch American Navy gun
    10-inch American gun
    12-inch American mortar
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun, Mark II
    16-inch, American howitzer, model E
    16-inch, American howitzer, model 1918
    16-inch, American gun
    170-millimeter German gun
    210-millimeter German gun
    240-millimeter German howitzer
    280-millimeter German gun
    380-millimeter German gun
Car traversing mounts
Car traversing mounts, characteristics of
Center stakes
Circumstance, affuts de
Classification according to recoil systems
Classification of artillery according to range
Coast defense:
    Requirements for
    Targets
    Use of railway artillery for
Counter-battery; Use of railway artillery for
Counter-battery work:
    Classification of artillery according to
    Time available for emplacing and removing batteries
Cradle recoil, classification according to
Cradle rolling recoil, merits of
Crane equipment, special, 16-inch American gun
Criticism of railway mounts, basis of
Criticism, summary of basis of
Demerits:
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch, American howitzer, model E
    16-inch, American howitzer mount, model 1918
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Design of a mount for 10-inch, 50-caliber gun
Design, suggestion for superheavy guns
Destruction:
    Classification of artillery, according to
    Mine galleries
    Use of railway artillery, for
Difficulties involved in service:
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    170 millimeter German gun mount
    210 millimeter German gun mount
    240 millimeter German howitzer mount
    280 millimeter German gun mount
    380 millimeter German gun mount
Discussion, classification of mounts according to traverse
Dispersion:
    German long range gun
    United States Navy 14-inch gun
Distant bombardment:
    Actual example of
    Classification of artillery according to
    Damage from
    Use of railway artillery for
Drop bombs:
    For interdiction service
    General use of
Elevating mechanisms:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Emplacement:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    15-centimeter gun, battery Irene
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Assignments of mounts according to time of
Emplacing jacks:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Emplacing wedges:
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German gun mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
Epis; Curve, first use with railway mount
Equivalent charges, table of
Explosives; Weight of, in German long-range shell
Field artillery, province of
Field of usefulness of railway artillery, graphic representation of
Firing platform:
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark 1
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount,
    380-millimeter German gun mount
    Basis of criticism of mounts
    Classification of mounts according to
    For heavy mounts
    Suggestion for medium heavy caliber guns
    Types of
German long range gun, life of
German mounts, 210, 240, and 280 millimeters, platforms required
Gorgas, Col., Confederate Army
Ground platform, classification according to
Ground platform mounts
Guns:
    4.7-inch American howitzer
    7-inch American Navy
    8-inch American
    10-inch American Army and Navy
    12-inch American mortar
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer
    12-inch, 35-caliber American
    12-inch, 50-caliber American
    14-inch, 45-caliber American
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy
    14-inch, 50-caliber American
    16-inch American howitzer, model 1918
    16-inch, 50 caliber American
    170-millimeter, 40-caliber German
    210-millimeter, 45-caliber German naval
    240-millimeter German howitzer
    280-millimeter, 40-caliber German
    380-millimeter German
Gun carriages:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American naval gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar
    12-inch 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American ho~fitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Heavy artillery:
Development of, during the World War
Province of
Howitzers, 4.7-inch American
Interdiction:
    Classification of artillery according to
    Use of drop bombs and heavy shells for
    Use of railway artillery for
Jacks, emplacing:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Jacking beams:
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German gun mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
Land warfare; Use of railway artillery for
Lee, Gen. Robert E
Life of German long-range gun
Limitations of railway artillery for land warfare
Long range gun; Comparison of service with that of planes
MacGruder, Maj. Gen., Confederate Army
Maintenance:
    7-inch American Navy gun
    8-inch American gun
    10-inch American gun
    12-inch American mortar
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun
    12~inch, 50-caliber American gun
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer, model E
    16-inch American howitzer, model 1918
    170-millimeter German gun
    210-millimeter German gun
    240-millimeter German howitzer
    280-millimeter German gun
    380-millimeter German gun
Mallory, Honorable, Secretary of Navy, Confederate Union
Merits:
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    170 millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Minor, Capt. George, Confederate Army
Mobilizable fortifications, by Gen. Brent
Moral effect, bombardment for
Mortar, 12-inch American
Mortar, 13-inch, Civil War
Napoleon III, Gen. Brent's conference with
Narrow-gauge equipment, 8-inch American railway mount
Navy 14-inch gun, dispersion of
Nontraversing mounts; Characteristics of
Official Records of the Rebellion
Outriggers:
    7-inch American Navy gun
    8-inch American gun
    12-inch American mortar
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    16-inch, American howitzer mount, model 1918
    Limitations of use
Peigne, Gen., writings and inventions
Petersburg, siege of
Pirie deviation board
Platform car, 12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
Pneumatic recuperators:
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
Rail hooks, 4.7-inch American howitzer mount
Radial truck frames, 16-inch., American howitzer mount, model 1918
Railway artillery:
    All round fire
    Character and extent of development to present date
    Classification according to chief factors in design
    Coast defenses in Denmark
    Confederate Army
    Economic calibers of
    (Engineer, 1915) 4.7-inch and 6-inch guns
    Experiments by Krupp and Skoda
    First general use
    For defense of Rhone Valley
    For extreme ranges
    French 305-millimeter gun
    German 42-centimeter railway mortars
    Graphic representation of field service of
    Limit of
    Limit of development to 1914
    Nations that have constructed
    Necessity for speed in installation
    (Proceedings Institute Civil Engineers, 1881)
    (Proceedings Royal Artillery Institute, 1888)
    Province of
    Relation to other types
    (Revue d'Artillerie, 1876)
    (Revue d'Artillerie, 1894)
    St. Chamond company
    Scheme of fortifying inland cities, Paris, etc.
    South African war
    Upper limit
    Use for coast defense
Railway battery, Civil War (caliber of gun unknown)
Railway battery, Confederate
Railway car body:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1.919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount. model 1918
    16-inch American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Railway carriage, 40-pounder gun
Railway mounts:
    4.7-inch American howitzer
    7-inch American Navy gun
    8-inch American gun
    10-inch American gun
    12-inch American mortar
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American sliding type gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American sliding type gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch American Navy gun, Mark I
    14-inch American Navy gun, Mark II
    16-inch American howi~.zer. model E
    16-inch American howitzer, model 1918
    16-inch American gun
    170-millimeter, 40-caliber German gun
    210-millimeter, 45-caliber German gun
    240-millimeter German howitzer
    280-millimeter German gun
    380-millimeter German gun
    Batignolles type for 12-inch American gun
    Sliding type, development of
Range, assignment of railway mounts according to
Recoil:
    Cradle, classification according to
    Cradle, rolling
    Cradle, rolling, merits of
    Cradle, sliding
    Combinations of
    Discussion of relative merits of different systems
    Rolling, classification according to
    Sliding, classification according to
    Sliding, merits of
    Systems, classification according to
    Top carriage, classification according to
    Top carriage, merits of
    Top carriage, sliding
Recoil mechanisms:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50 caliber American Navy ann mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount. model 1918
    16-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Requirements for coast defense
Resistance of targets, assignments of calibers according to
Richmond, campaign against. use of railway artillery
Rolling recoil railway mount. first use
Rolling recoil railway mount, second use
Scope of utility of railway artillery
Seven Days' Battles
Sliding mounts, previous placing of platform
Sliding recoil:
    Classification according to
    Merits of
    Mounts, special type
Slip friction device, 8-inch American gun
Soissons, offensive against
St. Chamond mounts, platforms required
Supply system, ammunition:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    l0-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280 millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Targets in coast defense
Top carriage recoil, merits
Top carriages:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    12-inch American mortar
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount., Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Top carriage recoil, classification according to
Top carriage traversing mounts
Top carriage traverse mounts
Tracks; Track platform mounts
Traverse:
    Classification of artillery according to
    Classification of mounts according to
    Top carriage, classification according to
Traversing mechanisms:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    17-centimeter gun, Battery Goeben
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    28-centimeter gun, Battery Tirpitz
    28-centimeter mortar, Battery Grodeu
    28-centimeter gun, Battery Preussen
    305-millimeter gun, Battery Kaiser Wilhelm II
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Trucks:
    4.7-inch American howitzer mount
    7-inch American Navy gun mount
    8-inch American gun mount
    10-inch American gun mount
    12-inch American mortar mount
    12-inch, 20-caliber American howitzer mount
    12-inch, 35-caliber American gun mount
    12-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount
    14-inch, 45-caliber American gun mount, model E
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1918
    14-inch, 50-caliber American gun mount, model 1919
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark I
    14-inch, 50-caliber American Navy gun mount, Mark II
    16-inch American howitzer mount, model E
    16-ind~ American howitzer mount, model 1918
    16-inch American gun. mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German howitzer mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount
    380-millimeter German gun mount
Truck frames, radial, 16-inch, American howitzer mount, model E
Turbo-cannon
Uses of railway artillery, classification of
Wear of guns, assignment of mounts according to
Wedges, emplacing:
    12-inch, 35 caliber American gun mount
    170-millimeter German gun mount
    210-millimeter German gun mount
    240-millimeter German gun mount
    280-millimeter German gun mount

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