Friday, 1 May 2015

Revolution at Moltke



This is a one of the original 15.5cm K418(f) French field guns from the army battery 'Moltke', initially pushed over the nearby cliffs by the British Army in 1946, and retrieved in the 1990s.

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6 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

Good choice for this theme. It's a colorful gun!

William Kendall said...

Quite a commanding field gun!

Taken For Granted said...

Canon were among the first weapons to make war an awful, bloody event. They are fine as monuments.

Denton Harryman said...

With respect to my friends from Great Britain .. It will be interesting to see how many post are about revolutions from GB .. Having said this it is cool that GB has a special friendly relationship with past colonies .. The U.S. Included.

Jim said...

Bold monument.

LOLfromPasa said...

Worth seeing in person, I'm sure. Colors are interesting.