Navy and coast artillery

 

 

History

The birth of the coast artillery (1878 – 1912)

The coast artillery during the Balkan Wars

The order of battle of Bulgarian Fleet during the Balkan War

The coast artillery during the World War I (1915 – August 1916)       

The coast artillery during the World War I (September 1916 – 1918)

The defence of the Aegean seacoast during World War I

The Belomorska Otbrana on 31 July 1917

The Bulgarian coast artillery at the end of 1917

Weapons

Obuchov 254mm coast gun M. 1895

Schneider-Canet 240mm coast gun M. 1907

Russian 228mm light mortar M. 1892

Krupp 210mm L/35 gun M. 1888

Canet 152mm coast gun M. 1895

Krupp 150mm heavy gun on wheeled carriage

Krupp 150mm in two-guns armoured cupola M. 1891

Schneider-Canet 105mm long gun M. 1913

Maxim-Nordenfelt 57mm

Schneider-Canet 100mm naval gun M. 1898

Schneider-Canet 65mm naval M. 1898

Schneider-Canet 47mm naval M. 1898

Schneider-Canet 47mm L/30 semiautomatic

Schneider torpedo floating batteries

Whitehead 381mm torpedo tubes

Whitehead 450mm torpedo tubes

Sauter-Harlé naval mine