The 15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16 was a heavy field gun used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. Guns turned over to Italy as reparations after World War I were taken into Italian service as the Cannone da 152/37. Austrian and Czech guns were taken into Wehrmacht service after the Anschluss and the occupation of Czechoslovakia as the 15.2 cm K 15/16(t). Italian guns captured after the surrender of Italy in 1943 were known by the Wehrmacht as the 15.2 cm K 410(i). They weren't used much by the Germans, probably because of their unique ammunition, and generally served on coast-defense duties during World War II.

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  • 11900.0
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  • Lo Škoda 15 cm Vz. 15/16 o 15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16 fu un cannone prodotto dall'Austria-Ungheria ed impiegato durante la prima guerra mondiale. Molti esemplari furono ceduti al Regno d'Italia come riparazione di guerra, dove il pezzo era conosciuto come Cannone da 152/37, che li impiegò durante la Guerra civile spagnola prima e durante la seconda guerra mondiale poi. La Wehrmacht utilizzò sul Vallo Atlantico, in postazione fissa, gli esemplari catturati all'Austria dopo l'Anschluss ed alla Cecoslovacchia dopo l'occupazione ridenominandoli come 15,2 cm K 15/16(t), mentre i pezzi catturati al Regio Esercito dopo l'8 settembre venivano indicati come 15,2 cm K 410(i) e probabilmente mai utilizzati, anche a causa del munizionamento particolare. Almeno tre affusti di Autokanone furono riarmati con i 15 cm SK L/40 di origine navale, ottenendo i 15 SK L/40 iKRL (t), utilizzati sul Vallo Atlantico. (it)
  • The 15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16 was a heavy field gun used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. Guns turned over to Italy as reparations after World War I were taken into Italian service as the Cannone da 152/37. Austrian and Czech guns were taken into Wehrmacht service after the Anschluss and the occupation of Czechoslovakia as the 15.2 cm K 15/16(t). Italian guns captured after the surrender of Italy in 1943 were known by the Wehrmacht as the 15.2 cm K 410(i). They weren't used much by the Germans, probably because of their unique ammunition, and generally served on coast-defense duties during World War II. (en)
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  • 152.4
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  • A 15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16
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  • box trail
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  • separate-loading, cased charge
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  • 13 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1913 (xsd:integer)
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  • -6 (xsd:integer)
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  • 44 (xsd:integer)
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  • L/39.5
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  • 1916 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1916 (xsd:integer)
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  • 6 (xsd:integer)
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  • Heavy field gun
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  • 15 (xsd:integer)
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  • 692.0
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  • The 15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16 was a heavy field gun used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. Guns turned over to Italy as reparations after World War I were taken into Italian service as the Cannone da 152/37. Austrian and Czech guns were taken into Wehrmacht service after the Anschluss and the occupation of Czechoslovakia as the 15.2 cm K 15/16(t). Italian guns captured after the surrender of Italy in 1943 were known by the Wehrmacht as the 15.2 cm K 410(i). They weren't used much by the Germans, probably because of their unique ammunition, and generally served on coast-defense duties during World War II. (en)
  • Lo Škoda 15 cm Vz. 15/16 o 15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16 fu un cannone prodotto dall'Austria-Ungheria ed impiegato durante la prima guerra mondiale. Molti esemplari furono ceduti al Regno d'Italia come riparazione di guerra, dove il pezzo era conosciuto come Cannone da 152/37, che li impiegò durante la Guerra civile spagnola prima e durante la seconda guerra mondiale poi. La Wehrmacht utilizzò sul Vallo Atlantico, in postazione fissa, gli esemplari catturati all'Austria dopo l'Anschluss ed alla Cecoslovacchia dopo l'occupazione ridenominandoli come 15,2 cm K 15/16(t), mentre i pezzi catturati al Regio Esercito dopo l'8 settembre venivano indicati come 15,2 cm K 410(i) e probabilmente mai utilizzati, anche a causa del munizionamento particolare. Almeno tre affusti di Autokanone furono riarmati (it)
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  • Škoda 15 cm Vz. 15/16 (it)
  • 15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16 (en)
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