The Wurfrahmen 40 ("launch frame 40", here in action against Polish positions during the Warsaw Uprising) was a German World War II multiple rocket launcher. It combined a vehicle such as the SdKfz 251 half-track or a captured ex-French Renault UE Chenillette with rocket artillery to form a more mobile and protected artillery piece than the towed Nebelwerfer. It was nicknamed Stuka zu Fuss ("Stuka on Foot" or "Walking Stuka") and Heulende Kuh ("Bellowing Cow").
Gebirgsjäger with an MG.34 in Saltdal, Nordland. 24th May 1940
...Germany 1943...Pzkpfw VI Tiger tanks at the factory...
V-3 Hockdruckpumpe, was a German World War II supergun working on the multi-charge principle whereby secondary propellant charges are fired to add velocity to a projectile. The weapon was planned to be used to bombard London from two large bunkers in the Pas-de-Calais region of northern France, but they were rendered unusable by Allied bombing raids before completion. Two similar guns were used to bombard Luxembourg from December 1944 to February 1945.