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 BRITISH ARTILLERY IN WORLD WAR 2

 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.

You might be:

A war gamer seeking fidelity

A military historian trying to escape the limits of the direct fire horizon

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.

 

 

 This site comprises many pages about the field artillery branch of the Royal Artillery.  It provides comprehensive and reliable information about:

The World War 2 information consists of a main account the Royal Artillery's Methods in World War 2 and many other pages covering many areas of detail.  Alternatively you could start at the list of Main Features of British artillery in this period and follow the links.  The information is authoritative and is mostly taken from official documents and publications and some other reputable sources.  It also applies to the artilleries of Commonwealth countries.  

To fully explore this site, which has around 75 pages, it's best to enter through the Directory page, which lists the key pages and summarises their content and provides Search and hints on how to use it.  

Please 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.

This site keeps getting updated so you'll need to revisit. Don't forget to bookmark. 

 Site history.
 
This site was first launched in February 2001, with additions and revisions throughout 2001 - 2011.

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Copyright 2001 - 20011 Nigel F Evans. All Rights Reserved.

Material from this site may be copied for free distribution providing acknowledgement of this source is given. The author welcomes comments. nfe@optusnet.com.au.  Nigel F Evans asserts his moral rights to the authorship of this site.