The Field Artillery Journal 1945 12 (PDF)


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Vol. 35 No. 12 ……. Cover: This month’s cover is an excellent picture of a German 17-cm gun, seized near Verdun and here shown in action against Metz. ….. Articles:
The Changing Present – A New Editor Thinks Out Loud
Season’s Greeting from General Devers
A German Reflects Upon Artillery By Karl Thoholte
Photo Intelligence vs. the Railway Gun By Lt. Edwin Hartrich
Bastogne – An Artillery Classic By Lt. Col. William R. Jesse, FA
The Story of the Gun – Part I: 1242 to 1650 By Lt. A. W. Wilson, RA
Amtanks Point the Way to Amphibious Field Artillery By Maj. John T. Collier, Cav.
Notice of Annual Meeting, U. S. Field Artillery Association
The 136th Field Artillery Battalion By Maj. Archibald M. Rodgers, FA
What, Another Interview! By Capt. C. Raymond Van Dusen, AGD
Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich
F.A.S. Events
Some Legends of SR. Barbara
General Officers from the Field Artillery
Ace of American Army Leaders
Using Off-Scale Charts as Firing Charts By T/4 Joseph P. McKenna, FA, T/5 James N. Hadley, FA, and Pvt. Chauncey R. Ketchum, FA
Remote Control for SCR-610 By Lt. John M. Wynne, FA, and Maj. Paul Dickson, FA
Perimeters in Paragraphs By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Book Reviews