Talk:M1938 mortar

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Photo available[edit]

A photo is available at the U.S. DVIC [1]

Released to Public
ID:     DNST8601541      Service Depicted: Other Service

Front view of an M-1938 120mm field mortar on display on the grounds 
of the Memorial Complex of the Ukrainian State.
Camera Operator: DON S. MONTGOMERY      Date Shot: 20 Sep 1985

M-1938 120 mm mortar was the copy of the french 'mortier Brandt de 120 mm modèle 1935' which had been adopted by the french army. Very few were delivered before the armistice. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Catalina 79 (talkcontribs) 13:58, 25 April 2008 (UTC)

Range?[edit]

The infobox lists an effective range longer than the article's maximum range. 72.66.50.42 (talk) 19:59, 19 November 2008 (UTC)