German weapon restrictions for cavalry as specified in the Treaty of Versailles

Along with giving detailed restrictions in regards to the amount of personnel allowed in each cavalry division of the German military, the Treaty of Versailles also laid out the exact number of weapons and rounds allowed per unit in each division. The most commonly used weapons were carbines (similar to rifles, but shorter in length), of which each division was allocated 6,000 guns, with 400 rounds each (a total of 5,525 men was allowed per division). Following this, each division was allocated twelve heavy machine guns and 7.7cm guns each, with 792 and 204 rounds per respective weapon.

Restrictions regarding German weapons and ammunitions per cavalry division, as specified in the Treaty of Versailles, June 28, 1919

Weapons per cavalry divisionRounds of ammo per unit
Carbines6,000400
Heavy machine guns12792
7.7cm guns12204
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Source

Release date

January 2020

Region

Germany

Survey time period

June 28, 1919

Supplementary notes

Release date is date of extraction.

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