Talk:List of flamethrowers

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how about an addition[edit]

two years of unsourced suggestions by multiple IPs, with no replies. I can't be bothered to figure out who added what when.

the Americans seem to had and the:

M3 flamethrower tank

M4A3E2 Sherman flamethrower tank

M4A3R3 Sherman flamethrower tank

Steamer Tank of 1918 (armed with a flamethrower)

the British seem to had and the:

A12 Matilda Frog flamethrower tank

AT17 flamethrower tank

the Italians seem to had and the:

Lanciafiamme M1941 portable flamethrower

L3 flamethrower tank

Ansaldo-Fiat L6-40 flamethrower tank

the French seem to had and the:

Schilt portable flamethrower

P3 portable flamethrower

P4 portable flamethrower

the Polish seem to had and the:

WS-1 portable flamethrower

WS-2 portable flamethrower

Zielinski portable flamethrower

Sender portable flamethrower

the Japanese seem to had and the:

Type 95 portable flamethrower

Type 97 Chi-Ha flamethrower tank

the Russians seem to had and the:

OTIS-4 flamethrower tank

OT-26 flamethrower tank

OT-34 flamethrower tank

OT-34-85 flamethrower tank

OT-130 flamethrower tank

OT-133 flamethrower tank

OT-134 flamethrower tank

the Germans seem to had and the:

Hanomag Sonderkraftfahrzeug Sd.Kfz.251-16 flammpanzerwagen Ausfuhrung A and C

Flammjagdpanzer 38(T) Hetzer (CKD LT 38)

Flammpanzer I Ausfuhrung A

Flammpanzer II Ausfuhrung D

Flammpanzer III Ausfuhrung M

Flammsturmgeschutzpanzer III Ausfuhrung F

Flammpanzer VI Tiger I

Flammpanzer VIII V2 Maus

Daimler marienwagen I, Bremer wagen of 1916 (armed with a flamethrower)

a suggestion[edit]

how about the list to include and early flamethrowers of the medieval ages and the ancient ages such as: Chinese Pen Huo Qi flamethrower of 1044 ancient Greek flamethrower cannon ancient Greek Veotian flamethrower Byzantine portable flamethrower of 900

"....but those 3 images may be modern guesses or hoaxes." they are not "modern" guesses or hoaxes they are from a nowadays experiment in Greece to see how ancient stuff worked and afterwards were placed to the archaeological museum
cheers — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 18:31, October 14, 2017 (UTC)
A "nowadays experiment" is exactly a modern guess. Unless we have reliable sources to say exactly what the ancients had all we have is a modern guess. Meters (talk) 20:01, 27 October 2017 (UTC)