15cm K39 with travelling wheels
Here we see the 15cm Kanone 39 with the extra pair of travelling wheels attached to the end of the split trail. Normally the barrel was removed before the weapon was moved, suggesting either that the process was incomplete when this picture was taken, or the gun was only being moved a short distance.
German Heavy Artillery Guns 1933-1945, Alexander Lüdeke
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