Discussion in 'Canadian' started by stolpi, Jan 28, 2017.
For a Canadian angle there’s this:
The 17-Pounder Anti-Tank Gun in Canadian Service
Right, that's true! But that's the only publication I'm aware of. (There is an Osprey book on WW2 British anti-tank guns.)
As this thread has wandered into SP naming on occasion, I offer this piece of evidence from Ebay on Ram v Sexton:
There's been another one of the above on Ebay that some bugger's got for a bargain (not this one, though). Putting that aside, the seller included a few key pages, one of which has 'Sexton' in semi-official use from 1943:
Equivalent manuals ought to exist for other equipments that might shed further light on names.
I'm the same with Crabs. The Flail regiments used the name in 44 but nobody else so I've got one mate telling me 'those names were post war' and another saying not.
Separate names with a comma.