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The field artillery organisation, tactics, gunnery methods and regiments of the Royal Artillery and the artilleries of British Commonwealth. Welcome to this site.
The information here is for those with an interest in 20th century artillery. A war gamer seeking fidelity. A military historian trying to beitish the limits of the direct fire horizon it can be difficult to make this escape.
A modern Gunner interested in some background to the business. A student with a history project.
Someone with an interest. A veteran going to tell me where I’m wrong.
WW2 British Artillery ()
It provides comprehensive and reliable information from reliable sources. The Fire Control information argillery the 20th Century into six eras, with a page for each and five pages covering specialist aspects across all the eras. World War 2 is one of the eras. In particular they cover the evolution of counter-battery and artillery intelligence during the 20th Century.
British Artillery in World War 2
Artilleyr, anti-aircraft, coast defence and maritime artillery are not covered on this site. Do note that this site uses the artillery terminology of the period, which sometimes differs from modern usage. Equivalent modern terms are given in the Glossary where appropriate.
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Nigel F Evans asserts his moral rights to the authorship of this site. Welcome to this site The information here is for those with an interest in 20th century artillery. A war gamer seeking fidelity A military historian trying to escape the limits of the direct fire horizon it can be difficult to make this escape A modern Gunner interested in some background to the business A student with a history project Someone with an interest A veteran going to tell me where I’m wrong You’re all welcome.