Knight armor from ancient times to the present, the issue of individual knight armor has always been the primary issue linked to survival. The ancient knight armor always liked to wear heavy armor on the body to impact the most vulnerable parts of the enemy formation.
From this point of view, such an example also occurred during the Second World War. But it does not happen in Europe and the United States, which is “like human life”, but it is precisely the Soviet Union that has been ridiculed and followed by the wind “seeing human life as a mustard.”
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This helmet, which resembles a snail shell, was created by the Soviets based on the improved design of the Italian M33 helmet. In the Second World War, soldiers were guaranteed not to be injured by stray bullets.
Of course, as a body armor (bullet-proof vest) that was not particularly well-known in the Second World War, the weird shape of the SN-42 can be said to be a “maverick” in the modern individual armor: The main body of the body armor is an iron plate with a thickness of 2 mm and a weight of 3.3-3.5 Kg. The steel plate can protect an area of about 0.2 square meters (almost the same as the chest).
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The SN-42 body armor originally designed to protect the user from close-range assassination of enemy bayonets, small stray bullet damage and 9 mm submachine gun shots within a range of 100-150 meters (the German side uses 9 Most of the millimeter ammunition is the MP40 submachine gun).
In addition, this body armor can also block the single shot of the 7.92 mm Mauser rifle (but if it caught by a machine gun or by a German who uses a semi-automatic G41/43, then the user’s life I am afraid it is hard to say)
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In the Second World War, the output of the MP40 submachine gun reached 1.4 million. Its effective range is between 150-200 meters. Exceeding this range is hard to say that it will cause too much damage to the target.
A single-plate style SN-42 body armor, and the photo with it is a Soviet infantry with a DP-27 light machine gun. In fact, the SN-42 is such a bulky thing in the second world.
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There was not much equipment in the war, and most of them gave the combat engineers who bravely attacked by the German firepower. This photo kept in the Kamenets Podolsk Fortress Museum.
This painting depicts a group of Soviet combat engineers fighting against the Germans in the ruins.
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We can see many people wearing the SN-42 body armor. In addition, the Soviet combat engineers are all equipped with a Bobosha submachine gun and the ROKS-3 flame spray on the second hand. Device
The most conspicuous of the Cavaliers’ equipment is the armor. A pair of steel pieces joined together, the shiny and bright helmet is not a ridiculous relic of the dark age. On the contrary, it is a new crystallization of old craftsmanship.
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Prior to this, the European Knight’s bodyguards were no different from their counterparts in other parts of the world. They were chain or armor made of iron or iron, and helmets made of wrought iron.
However, since the beginning of the 14th century, the samurai armor emergence of new technologies in the workshop and the stimulation of new threats on the battlefield have made great importance and development in the manufacturing industry.
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The small pieces of reinforcement on the chain mail are constantly increasing, covering the limbs and The main part of the trunk, in the second half of the century, produced a whole piece of breastplate, which appeared in the history of the world’s hyperthyroidism.
At the same time as the development of the armor, the material of the armor is also progressing. After repeated forging of high-quality carbon steel to replace the wrought iron into a armor material, the highly skilled artisan masters have mastered the difficult technique of quenching and tempering the large piece of nail.
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The resulting armor combined with flexibility and sturdiness without excessive pretense. In the 15th and early 16th centuries.
known as the “great era” of the European armor.
the famous British weapon researcher Ewart Oakeshott believed that the armor of this period had both practicality and simplicity.
The aesthetic atmosphere is the pinnacle of the development of body protection equipment in the cold weapon era.Once the thriving European armor industry.
a brief description of the medieval knight armor.
Unlike the rebellion of the ancient Chinese private armor.
the armor industry was a competing and prosperous business in Europe at the time. Most of the best armor was in Nuremberg and Augsburg in South Germany and Milan in Northern Italy.
Made in cities such as Brescia.
where there large workshops run by the masters of the armored masters.
accepting orders from knights from Hungary to Scandinavia that are eager to save themselves in battle.
similar to the industrial age line.
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The way of production is to produce high quality nails relatively quickly. In too remote areas, there are also agents’ activities. They produce small armor themselves but can handle custom-made matters for customers.
or directly sell some of the finished products at hand.
The armor industry has become a classic example of large-scale handicraft production in Europe in the early days.
After entering the 16th century, the centralization of the countries strengthen.
The wealthy kings were able to own their own small-scale but small-scale armored workshops. The Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I was in Innsbruck and King Henry of England. The workshop opened by Greenwich in Greenwich is one of the best.