Artillery Question WWI - Leichte Motor-Kanon

First World War 1914-1918 from the German perspective.

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grenate49th
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Artillery Question WWI - Leichte Motor-Kanon

Post by grenate49th » Fri Jun 03, 2011 5:10 pm

I am trying to find out any information about Leichte Motor-Kanon equipment and operations in WWI. I know the term was used in the Wurttembergische Feldartillerie Regiment Nr. 49 in 1917 - 1918. I am new to feldgrau.net. Also have a strong interest in the 49th that was based in Ulm. I invite all to visit www.inforworks.com/greatwar.htm (a work in progress) that is focused on the German side of the war story on land and at sea with a people to people slant not the grand strategies. email- [email protected]
Danke for your help.

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Re: Artillery Question WWI - Leichte Motor-Kanon

Post by Quax der Bruchpilot » Sat Jun 04, 2011 8:08 pm

About the city of Ulm much can be found under "Bundesfestung", because it was a fortress until 1900.
One link to the WWI barracks and regiments:

http://www.pionier-bataillon-13.de/Gais ... serne.html

another one (somebody's grandfather's WWI story from Ulm):

http://www.heinlenews.de/opaulm.htm

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