The name Rats of Tobruk was given to the soldiers that took Tobruk during the Siege of Tobruk during 1941. The weapons they used were mostly bayonets and guns that were captured.
New weapons used during World War 1The new weapons that were used during World submarines with torpedos. If your interested in these modern weapons, go to... http://www.historyonthenet.com/WW1/weapons.htm
Chemical weapons, chemical weapons, and more chemical weapons
the weapons used are the following:arisaka and Thompson trench gun
There were many weapons used during the second world war. These weapons included; guns, mortars, artillery, bombs, along with other devices.
what are the three dangerous weapons used in world war1?
In world war two over 200 weapons were used because of all the people in that war.
submarines were used in WW1 and the weapons used were torpedos and a deck gun.
because the bad countries used weapons and they werent being fair
All countries fighting in World War 2 used weapons.
Some weapons that Russia used were Maxim Gun and Sokolov Lavette.
the two most commonly used weapons were slingsgots and bombs
weapons, but i don't know what kinds of weapons.
It was a war.
New weapons used during World War 1The new weapons that were used during World War I were:tanksairplanesgas (phosgene, mustard, chlorine)German submarinesMachine Guns was one of them.submarines with torpedoes (submarines were used long before)
what was the first weapon used in world war 1
The weapons used in World War 1 will change the way that war is fought forever. How? By increasing the danger rate and the death toll.
Soldiers prevented rats from infesting their ships and barracks by keeping cats in these places to kill the rats. They also used mouse traps.
Poison gas was not used in Europe but it was used by the Japanese. All weapons were used in the war, silencers, poison bullets, Napalm, flamethrowers
The types of weapons used in World War 1 include tanks, artillery, U-boats, zeppelins, flamethrowers, and several types of guns.
They were dubbed the Rats of Tobruk, encouraged by the enemy to come out of their holes waving white flags of surrender. But for 242 days, between April and December 1941, thousands of Australian soldiers refused to concede the Libyan Port of Tobruk. (From the ABC website)Answer">AnswerThe Rats of Tobruk was the name given to the Australian soldiers of the garrison who held the Libyan port of Tobruk against the Africa Corps, during the Siege of Tobruk in World War II. The siege starts on 10 April 1941 and was finally relieved at the end of November.The origins of the name likely came from The Nazi German radio, German Calling when they referred to the soldiers as "poor desert rats of Tobruk." This was mostly due to two factors:1. The Australian tendered to counterattack to gather equipment as soon as the enemy was routed;2. The defenders dug extensive tunnel networks and shelters to supplement their trenches - and weren't afraid to use them when bombarded.The Australians gave themselves the nickname 'the Rats of Tobruk' after Radio Berlin described the Australians as 'caught like rats in a trap'.The old warships that helped the Rats of Tobruk with supplies and evacuation of the wounded were insulted by Radio Berlin, being called a 'pile of scrap iron'. The Australians therefore called them 'The Scrap Iron Flotilla'.In typically Australian dry wit, Australians reclaimed the name as a badge of pride, even going so far as to strike their own unofficial medal bearing the likeness of a rat. The metal used to make the medals came from a German bomber the Rats had shot down with captured German guns.The conviction of the 'Diggers' even won them the respect of the Nazis. Major Ballerstedt, C.O. 2nd Battalion, 115th Motorized Infantry Regiment, wrote to his superiors:"The Australian, who are the men our troops have had opposite them so far, are extraordinarily tough fighters. The German is more active in the attack, but the enemy stakes his life in the defence and fights to the last with extreme cunning."The thoughts were echoed by a captured German officer struggling to explain how he found himself a prisoner of war:"I cannot understand you Australians. In Poland, France and Belgium once the tanks got through the soldiers took it for granted they were beaten. But you are like demons. The tanks break through and your infantry keeps fighting."The fighting style of the Australians made it very difficult for co-ordinated attacks by the Germans to integrate effectively. The Australians just weren't behaving as expected, and they took little time in noticing how this was confusing their enemy. (From convictcreations and wikipedia)
The main weapons used for world war 1 happen to be the muskets, poisonous gas, airplanes, and sniper rifles
Generally weapons imported from Germany or of Czech origin.