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World War II Weapons
World War II Weapons
World War II Weapons
World War II Weapons
World War II Weapons
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World War II Weapons

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  • 1. World War II Weaponry By Dylan, Greg, and Matt
  • 2. Fat Man
    • There were two atomic bombs, called Fat Man (plutonium), and Little Boy(uranium)
    • Fat Man detonated 1800 feet above the ground killing 40,000 instantly and injuring 25,000
    • This explosion was the equivalent of 21 kilotons of TNT
  • 3. Little Boy
    • Little Boy was a uranium bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima.
    • The blast was equivalent to 13-16 kilotons of TNT and killed 140,000 people.
  • 4. Bren LMG
    • Great Britain’s primary LMG (Light Machine Gun) firing the .30 caliber bullet at a rate of 500 rpm
    • Was heavier than the average light machine gun, because of this it had to be partially disassembled for relocation
    • Even when partially disassembled it took two soldiers to carry
  • 5. MG42
    • The MG42 was the primary machine gun for the German army
    • This rifle was also one of the most deadly machine guns in the war
  • 6. MP44
    • The MP44 was the most used rifle by the Germans
    • The rate of fire was 500 rounds per minute
  • 7. Bazooka The bazooka was the one of the first anti-armor (AA) guns put into service. The German form of the bazooka was called the panzershreck The bazooka was active until the Vietnam War
  • 8. M1 Howitzer
    • The Howitzer was a German artillery cannon
    • The bullets it fired were 105 caliber
    • It had an effective 11,270m range

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