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    Looking for infos on italian Flügelminenwerfer WW1

    Hi all,
    has anyone ever seen info about an Italian Flügelminenwerfer? The Germans used the IKO and Albrecht versions but in a list I found that an Italian version was used in the Vosges mountains in one emplacement. But I could not find anything about them and am not sure they existed at all.

    Anyone here who could help? Thanks!

    I should have added that this is about WW1, 1918, so we are talking most likely about a type of Minenwerfer captured in Italy after the 12th Isonzo battle
    Last edited by Kerfent; 19th September 2019 at 09:46 PM.

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    Lanciatore Minucciani for handgranate lenticolare m 14

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    lanciatore Minucciani for handgranate mod.LENTICOLARE M 14

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    240mm_Italian_trench_mortar_1918_AWM_H05103 LT FR.jpeg
    Hello,
    Mortar in Italian position (1918), but it's a french trench mortar 240 mm LT "Mortier de 240 mm Long de Tranchée" 1916.
    Italian Army used different other types of French mortar like 58 T. Only the munition was Italian made.
    Hope that help you.
    JM

 

 

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