WORLD WAR I
Firing Tables for 75-MM Gun, model of 1897 (French)

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Admin/Biog History Edward William Ziebell was a clerk at Diamond Match Company in Oshkosh in 1916. In World War I he became a 2nd Lieutenant in the 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 82nd "All American" Division.
Classification Archives
Collection World War I Small Collections
Dates of Accumulation 1923
Abstract Book of firing tables for the French 75mm cannon. This was the standard artillery piece used by American soldiers during World War I. In order to streamline artillery supply problems, no American cannons were used during World War I. Used by Edward W. Ziebell.
Event World War I
Category 8: Communication Artifact
Legal Status Oshkosh Public Museum
Object ID SC411.10.33
Object Name Book
People Ziebell, Edward WIlliam
Subjects World War I
82nd Division
Artillery (Troops)
Artillery (Weaponry)
Officers
Title Firing Tables for 75-MM Gun, model of 1897 (French)
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