| 15cm Torpedobootskanone C/36|
|General Historical Information|
|Place of origin:||Germany|
|Rate of Fire:||8 rpm|
|Specially designed bunker:||Yes, M 272 bunker|
The 15 cm Torpedo-bootskanone C/36 was a German medium-caliber naval gun deployed on Type 1936A (Narvik class) destroyers during the Second World War. It is designed in 1936 as a ship gun, but during World War Two is this gun also used in the coast defend line the Atlantikwall. A nice example are the batteries of Longues sur Mer (Normandy) in France (best know as Gold Beach) and the batterie of Ravensijde in Belgium.
Unfortunately, the gun in FHSW got the designation 15cm Schnelladekanone L/48.