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The light infantry gun had been introduced into the infantry as early as 1927. It was light and handy, had a strikingly low structure with a simple box mantelet and a very short barrel, bedded in boxlike form and barely projecting beyond the shield, which was very far to the front. The hydropneumatic recoil and counterrecoil system was located in the cradle under the barrel. The shield consisted of five individual parts and could be folded down.
In addition, he also had to handle all financial affairs, maintain direct contact with the division leadership, handle special items 46 THE GERMAN INFANTRY HANDBOOK 1939-1945 and additional supplies from the country, and do his best in every way to maintain the troop's fighting strength. All of them, the countless unnamed and unknown foddermasters, supply officers, armorers, shoemakers, tailors, cooks and drivers, or whatever function and activity they may have had and practiced in the supply trains, and who never received praise or medals, about whom scarcely a word of recognition was spoken - all of them did their duty quietly and dependably for years in the war in order to make possible through their support the achievements of their comrades on the front lines.
In the first years of the war, every heavy machine gun platoon still had a two- or four-horse rubber-tired limber with a trailer. On the trailer was a twin mantelet on which two machine guns with annular sights were kept for use against aircraft while on the march. These anti-aircraft limbers fell into disuse shortly after the eastern campaign began, as they proved to be too ponderous and not effective enough. The heavy grenade launchers were the battalion's high-angle weapons. Unlike the heavy machine guns, they could be used less against open and moving targets than for getting behind almost any enemy cover, while firing from under cover themselves.
The German Infantry Handbook 1939-1945 by Alex Buchner, pioneer, Covers formations, rifle columns, light infantry weapons, equipment, rank insignia, armament, rifle groups, recon, the company, panzerjäger units, support services and operational histories of the German infantry., strength, veterin