"Guide Field Service Artillery. Division V. Ammunition" St. Petersburg, 1913 (Russia) Ammunition & Fuzes

Russian text on artillery ammunition and fuzes, 1913. Unfortunately the large PDF had to be broken down into smaller PDFs in order to load it here on the Forum. I’ve also provided most of the diagrams here for easy viewing. If anyone can provide translations please feel free to do so.

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a1.pdf (5.4 MB)

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a2.pdf (6.3 MB)

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a3.pdf (6.2 MB)

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a4.pdf (6.3 MB)

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a5.pdf (6.4 MB)

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a6.pdf (6.6 MB)

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a7.pdf (5.9 MB)

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a8.pdf (4.2 MB)

Guide field service artillery. Division V. Ammunition. St. Petersburg, 1913 a9.pdf (2.3 MB)

Corrections, aditions, translations are most welcomed.

Brian

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The 1st picture of 3 artillery rounds has a header “3 inch cannon cartridges for light and horse drawn batteries”. What’s the difference between “light” and “horse drawn”? Is that the size of the field gun?