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Field Artillery Journal, an American publication


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Field Artillery Journal , an American publication. Archives from 1911 to 2007. The later editions had name changes. 



First World War editions are also available in the HathiTrust Digital Library.  Full view editions to 1922. Rotatable page facility for the many photographs.

https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008898702  and 



There are many WW1 article references  to the Field Artillery Journal within 

"U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center’s World War I Holdings", particularly  pages 18-27, however there are items on other pages.



As an example, the page 18 references are

“Classification and Use of Field Artillery during the European War: Experience of Allies with Field Artillery.” Field Artillery Journal VII (Jan/Mar 1917): pp. 25-30. Per.

“Current Field Artillery Notes.” Field Artillery Journal. Per.
V (Jan/Mar 1915): pp. 198-234; French artillery remounts; veterinary notes; rail movements; German antiaircraft bombs; airplane for artillery reconnaissance; range table for French 75mm; and armored cars.
V (Apr/Jun 1915): pp. 407-457; Telecommunication; field switchboard; field phone; German artillery personnel losses; 105mm German artillery; French artillery; ammunition deficiencies and French frontage.
V (Jul/Sep 1915): pp. 611-622; Motor traction for heavy artillery and 3-inch French artillery destruction of wire entanglements.
V (Oct/Dec 1915): pp. 777-787; Loud-speaking telephones; night-and-day rigid semaphore.
VI (Jan/Mar 1916): pp. 120-135; English artillery harness; 1911 Sitogonio meter sight; and German aviation. VI (Apr/Jun 1916): pp. 331-341; Radio, Forts and fortifications and heavy artillery.
VI (Jul/Sep 1916): pp. 466-476; Ammunition supply and motor transport.
VII (Jan/Mar 1917): pp. 66-70; focus is on German artillery.
VII (Apr/Jun 1917): pp. 198-204; Trench gunnery; Atmospheric conditions; Range tables; and care of guns. VII (Jul/Sep 1917): pp. 339-354; Target registration; Meteorological conditions; Pack saddles; Gas shells; Range finders; and Minewerfer.
VIII (Apr/Jun 1918): pp. 289-299; Telephone commo; Elastic defense; fuses; and German wastage.
VIII (Jul/Sep 1918): pp. 427-441; Replacement depots; Barrages; and 15 cm Yellow Cross gas shells.
VIII (Oct/Dec 1918): pp. 602-621; Suppressing barrages and Balloons.
IX (Sep/Oct 1919): pp. 489-476; Gun bore damage; Gas shells; and the 313th Field Artillery Battery. 

“European Field Artillery Materiel and Developments of the Present War.” Field Artillery Journal V (Jan/Mar 1915): pp. 28-38. Per. 

McNaughton, Andrew G. L. “The Development of Artillery in the Great War.” Field Artillery Journal XX (May/ Jun 1930): pp. 256-271. Per. 





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