This Brochure will provide you with Information on all the weapons that were used on D-Day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D-Day Weapons

 

 

 

Weapons Carried By Germany 

  

ground troops

MP 40 used as the soldier's Submachine Gun

Walther P38 (Left) and the Luger (Right) used as the soldier's pistols

Model 24 Stielhandganate used as the soldier's Hand Grenade.

Panzerfaust used as the soldier's Antitank Weapon

FG 42 (Top) and StG 44 (|Bottom) used as the soldier's Assualt Rifles

MG 42 used as the soldier's Light Machine Gun.

An average Combat soldier in uniform. One weapon you can clearly see is the Model 24     Stielhand-

ganate 

 

 

 

Weapons Carried By United States 

 

 

ground troops

M1919 Browning used as the soldier's Light Machine Gun

M3 (Left) and Thompson M1928A1 (Right) used as the soldier's Submachine Gun

Colt M1911 used as the soldier's pistol 

M1/A1 "Bazooka" used as an Antitank weapon

M1903 Springfield used as the soldier's Bolt-action rifle

M50 used as the soldier's Assault Rifle

vU.S. was the only Infantry that used a flamethrower, their choice was the M2 Flamethrower

M1 Carbine used as the soldier's Semiautomatic Rifle 

 

 

 

Weapons Carried By the British

  

ground troops

PIAT used as an Antitank weapon

To your right is a picture of a fully dressed Combat British soldier, and you can clearly see that this soldier is holding his Lee-Enfielf SMLE Rifle set at his side. 

Webley Revolver used as the soldier's pistol 

Bren Gun used as the soldier's Light Machine Gun

SBML 2-inch mortar used as the soldier's Light Mortars

Lee-Enfield SMLE used as the soldier's Bolt-action rifle

N°36 Mills used as the soldier's Hand Grenade.