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I am quite familiar with weapons of this period and have never heard of a Kord Machine Gun! Hotchkiss ( French) Vickers ( UK) Lewis ( US design but made in Belgium during the War) and Browning Automatic Rifles were used by the Allies, Yanks and Tommies, also French. The Villar Perosa was an Italian sub-machine gun with two independent barrels and actions, also used in War I. The Thompson submachine gun was not commercially viable until l92l, thus it saw no action. The BAR was used on the Western Fronts, and arguably may have been used in the Russian Revolution. Good luck.

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