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Weapons of WWII

written by: DieZel
 
During World War II the war machinery demanded millions of guns. Many new models of existing firearms were created, making them even more deadly. Test your knowledge on some of the most famous World War II weapons.

Question 1:

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This is one of the most famous American sub-machine guns. The first model of this gun was the M192, which was not so popular due to its high production cost. However, the model used in World War II, the M-1, was so good, that 1,387,134 of it were produced. It was nicknamed "The Chicago Typewriter", because it was widely used by both gangsters and crime fighters.
Lee Enfield Mark I Number IV
Thompson
Mauser Rifle
Venom


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Question 2:

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The Mosin-Nagant Carbine was produced in a variety of models from 1890 to the 1960s. During World War II, Mosin-Nagant Model 1938 Carbine was used by the forces of this country.
France
USSR
Germany
USA


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Question 3:

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Mauser Kar-98 is a German rifle with high accuracy and an effective range of up to 500 meters (1640 feet). Millions of these guns were captured during World War II by the Soviets.
True
False


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It was the first semi-automatic rifle in active military service. It performed so well during World War II, that the Central Powers would use as many of these firearms as they could get their hands on. Although it was replaced by the M14 in 1957, some soldiers still used it in the Vietnam War.
M1 Garand
MP44
Bren LMG Mark 2
Dragunov


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PPSh-41 was one of the most popular firearms during World War II. It was inexpensive to build, easy to maintain and very accurate. PP stands for Pistolet-pulemet, meaning submachine gun in Russian. The letters after PP show the name of its designer.
Georgii Shagaev
Georgii Shelev
Georgii Shanzev
Georgii Shpagin


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Sten was a Birish rifle, capable of firing at range of about 340m (1115 feet).
False
True


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Question 7:


The M1 Carbine is the most mass produced small arm weapon in the United States. Even though it was mainly produced by the Inland Division of General Motors, its design belongs to this famous company.
Magnum Research Inc.
GIAT Industries
Kalashnikov
Winchester

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The infantry of the United States used the Browning Automatic Rifle in both World Wars. Clyde Barrow of Bonnie and Clyde used a shortened Browning Automatic Rifle. Although it was far from perfect, the BAR proved to be reliable. This model of the BAR was used in World War II.
M1918A2
1918A3 SLR
M1922
M1918


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The Panzerfaust is one of the best heavy machine guns in the German military history.
False
True


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Question 10:

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During World War II, the American soldiers used the M1911A1 semi-automatic pistol. It served well and there were millions of M1911A1 produced. Although several manufacturers, such as Remington Rand, Union Switch and Signal Company and even Singer produced it, the producer of the original model was this one.
Tokarev
Lockheed Corporation
Colt's Manufacturing Company
Browning Arms Company


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