Big Bertha (German: Dicke Bertha) "Thick (or fat)" is the name of a type of super-heavy howitzer developed by the armaments manufacturer Krupp in Germany on the eve of World War I. They were used to destroy the Belgian forts at Liège, Namur, and Antwerp, and the French fort at Maubeuge, as well as other forts in northern France.
Big Bertha (German: Dicke Bertha)—literal translation "Fat or heavy Bertha"—is the name of a type of super-heavy mortar developed by the armaments manufacturer Krupp in Germany on the eve of World War I. Its official designation was the L/12, i.e., the barrel was 12 calibre in length, 42-cm (16.5 inch) Type M-Gerät 14 (M-Equipment 1914) Kurze Marine-Kanone ("short naval gun", a name intended to camouflage the weapon's real purpose
Big Bertha German Howitzer Gun WWII WWII photo of a Big Bertha Howitzer gun seized by the U.S. Seventh Army in La Coucourde, France. This Howitzer is a 27 CM Schneider Co. German Railway Gun from 1918.
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