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Rustmästare vid Armémuseum. Skänkt saml. från Västafrika, inv. 22.8. Sålt 1 föremål från Peru, inv.23.6. /US [sv]
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Name
Alm, Josef
Swedish

First name
Josef
Swedish

Last name
Alm
Swedish

Title
rustmästare

-Title
rustmästare
Swedish
Description
Rustmästare vid Armémuseum. Skänkt saml. från Västafrika, inv. 22.8. Sålt 1 föremål från Peru, inv.23.6. /US
Swedish

Wikipedia

Birth
1889

-Time
1889
Death
1957

-Time
1957
Biography

Josef Alm (1889–1957) was a Swedish weapon historian. He is most known - at least in Norway - for repeating and spreading a false rumour that there was a significant difference between the 6.5x55 ammunition used in Norway and Sweden, although the ammunition in reality is interchangeable.[citation needed] After the rumour first surfaced in 1900, it was examined by the Swedish military. They declared the difference to be insignificant, and that both the Swedish and Norwegian ammunition was within the specified parameters laid down. Despite this finding, Josef Alm repeated the rumour in a book in the 1930s, leading many to believe that there was a significant difference between the two types of ammunition. (Wikipedia 2014-01-04)

English

Rustmästare vid Armémuseum. Skänkt saml. från Västafrika, inv. 22.8. Sålt 1 föremål från Peru, inv.23.6. /US

Swedish

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Carlotta-SMVK
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DigitaltMuseum