Anti-Tank Chats #2 | Panzerbüchse 39 | The Tank Museum


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Anti-Tank Chats #2 | Panzerbüchse 39 | The Tank Museum



Welcome to Anti-Tank Chats, a brand-new series on the history of infantry weapons used in Anti-Tank warfare. In the second episode, Archive and Supporting Collections Manager, Stuart Wheeler explores the Panzerbüchse 39 Anti-Tank Rifle.

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  1. I understand the pronunciation of Panzerbüchse is tough for non—Krauts. It sounds not so much like „Panzer—bush—uh“, more like „Panzer—big—suh“.

  2. I don't understand why such a small round, british Boys was 13+mm, and the Italians had the Soluthurrn 20mm, such a small round was pratically useless against most tanks also in 1939(expecially french ones)

  3. As most do, you have overlooked the 11mm Mauser. During WW1 it could penetrate virtually all of the available shielding used during that war, and during WW2 it was able to do so against medium and light armor. What I have always found amazing about the rifle and the cartridge is that from it's development in 1871 until it finished production in 1945, it used black powder.

  4. I counted, you mispronounced 8 out of the 12 letters in Panzerbüchse. I could not mess up the pronounciation of the word im holding a speech about so hard if I tried.

  5. Very nice video. Only one tiny, insignificant mistake: The pronounciation of the world Büchse. You are pronouncing it like "Buscha" or "Buescha".
    This is, how it's really pronounced: Bueckse
    This is one of the few times, where the "ch" is really pronunced the way the English speakers normally mispronounce the "ch" in German words. They pronounce the "ch" in German words often wrongly like a "k" or "c".
    But the Büchse is one of the rare cases, where it is correct to pronunce the "ch" like a "k" or "c".
    The "e" at the end isn't an "a" (again: You pronunced it like "Buscha" in German letters). In reality the "e" at the end of the word is pronunced like the English "a".
    So in the English way of pronunciation it would sound like "Bueksa". With an English "a"-sound at the end like the "a" in "cave".
    PS: At the end of the video you pronounced the "e" at the end correctly.

  6. Is it really so hard to learn the correct pronunciation of "Panzerbüchse" at the Tank Museum? That "ch" in the word sounds like a 'K' or"CK'- in English, as in "buck" or "Buk."and the U-Umlau t(ü) like the English 'U' in "Yup."

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