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    Did American actually use capture germany new planes, tanks or any weapon on the war of korea? what weapon did they use?
    Me 262? X-4 missiles ?
    FW-190? thanks for the info

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    I don't think they used any German equipment for anything other than research to develop in future. They had more than enough of their own manufacturing companies to supply their needs.

    American ammunition etc. is all imperial measurements so they would have had to adapt which wouldn't be worthwhile.

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    do you think the remaining of the german weapon can be used by the allies to protect western germany against Soviet?
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    Well they really didn't need any of the german weapon because they already had mountains of guns&ammo which were produced during WW2.USA gave most of them away;entire Turkish force used them in Korea.Even my uncle,who served in Turkish Armed Forces in 70s,trained with M1 Garands and told me that there were crates of these weapons,never even fired once.

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    Im wouldnt think that German equipment was used during the Korean war. But i can tell you that there concepts and technology were used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    do you think the remaining of the german weapon can be used by the allies to protect western germany against Soviet?
    I hawe not any idea how captured German's hevy weapon was used after WWII, but i know for sure few facts:
    MP 43/STG44 was used pretty long time in East Germany and Yugoslavia as paratroopers and military police weapon.
    Walther P 38 was used both Germans as army/police sidearm, East Germany late refused this handgun in favor of PM (Pistolet Makarova), West Germany still use P-38 (a bit changed during afterwar produsing, 'corse) in non combat parts of Bundesver.
    Walther PP and PPK was used in USSR as sidearm of Diplomatic Post Security till 1975.
    A lots of C-98 still in use in post-USSR space as hunter rifle, i saw also C-98 fabrically re-barreled for 9 mm catriges. And, i guess, lots and lots of C-98 still in stores as "strategical reserv" somewhere in Russia.
    Crates of MP 38/40, C-98, StG44 was sent with company of PPSH, PPS, SVT and AVS and other old Soviet guns in Cuba and Korea (and i guess in China too) as "war help".

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    As for German hevy weapon:
    Pz.4 were used 1964- in Siria("war for water") by Sirian army (together with T-34-85), for a long time by army of Finland, and in Africa.

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    At the Silent Wings Museum, Lubbock, TX, we have a WW2 German Nebelwerfer 41 w/ a Russian tire on it. No ideas.

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    The IAF (Israel) used ME109's in 1948, they bought em from Spain. Kind of Ironic that they used German planes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RighteousDuncan
    The IAF (Israel) used ME109's in 1948, they bought em from Spain. Kind of Ironic that they used German planes.
    they also used T-34 against Egypt's JS-3 tank
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    Yep, good ol' T-34s

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    Quote Originally Posted by RighteousDuncan
    The IAF (Israel) used ME109's in 1948, they bought em from Spain. Kind of Ironic that they used German planes.
    I'm never heard about that Israel bought Me109 in Spain, but IAF was using in large nuber Avia S-199. Avia S-199 was Czechoslovakia version Me-109 built after war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    Did American actually use capture germany new planes, tanks or any weapon on the war of korea? what weapon did they use?
    Me 262? X-4 missiles ?
    FW-190? thanks for the info
    I agree with the others. In Korea, the US used Sherman and Patton tanks (American), and the planes used were mostly P-51 Mustangs and Corsairs, but jets used in low numbers (all American).

    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot
    do you think the remaining of the german weapon can be used by the allies to protect western germany against Soviet?
    They were collected and destroyed by the Americans. Germany was dissarmed. Those weapons which remain are few, and they are mostly in museums or owned by private individuals.

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    Im wouldnt think that German equipment was used during the Korean war. But i can tell you that there concepts and technology were used.
    Not sure what you mean by concepts, but if you mean warfare tactics, you would be incorrect. Korea was a very different kind of battlefield and the Noth Koreans proved to be a more deadly, better armed, and more tenatious enemy than the Germans were in WWII. If you meant jet engine planes...

    The jet airplane was developed by the United States, Britain and Germany independantly and at the same time. Germany simply tried using them in war first. The US had a jet airplane by 1942, and a war servicable jet fighter by 1944, but they were not built in enough numbers in time to use them for the expected invasion of Japan.

    Early US jet fighters:

    Mid to late 1940's:


    Mid 1950's:




    http://f-86.tripod.com/fj1.html

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    I suggest all of you to come back to the topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dani
    I suggest all of you to come back to the topic.
    Agreed Dani.

    Topic Split. Moved most of the posts to The Jet Engine.

    K Accidently moved this topic to the book forum. Ill move it to General WW2 when i get the chance.

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