Ordnance QF 32-pounder
Developed during World War II the gun was used in the experimental Tortoise heavy tank, At least one 32-pdr was developed as an anti-tank gun on a wheeled carriage and a single example using a novel form of muzzle brake was installed in a de Haviland Mosquito as an up-gunned 'Tsetse' Mosquito FB MkXVIII mounting a 57mm Molins gun). While flight trials did not take place until after the war the aircraft flew and the gun fired without problems.
- New Vanguard 98: British Anti-Tank Artillery 1939-45. by Chris Henry. Osprey Publishing
- Allied Secret Weapons a Purnell's History of the World Wars Special. Phoebus, 1975, (No ISBN)
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