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Monday, September 21, 2015
German 7,62-cm Sockelflak L/30, Krupp (russ. F.K. 02)
German Flak Artillery
Two German Anti-Aircraft Guns [7,62-cm Sockelflak L/30, Krupp (russ. F.K. 02)] captured by the Frenchs and stored, along with other German guns, in an artillery depot located near Attichy, Picardy, France. September 1918.
These guns with cruciform base (Sockelflak) were performed transforming the Russian 76.2-mm Putilov (M1902) guns, captured by the Germans in large numbers since 1914. The company Krupp produced 120 "Sockelflak" between December 1917 and March 1918.
Artillería Flak alemana
Dos cañones antiaéreos alemanes [7,62-cm Sockelflak L/30, Krupp (russ. F.K. 02)] capturados por los franceses y almacenados, junto a otros cañones alemanes, en un depósito de artillería situado cerca de Attichy, Picardía, Francia. Septiembre de 1918.
Estos cañones con base cruciforme (Sockelflak) fueron realizados transformando los cañones de campaña rusos Putilov de 76,2-mm, capturados por los alemanes en grandes cantidades a partir de 1914. La empresa Krupp fabricó 120 cañones "Sockelflak" entre diciembre de 1917 y marzo de 1918.