Yes, the gun drawn is the initial M119, with a strong external resemblance of the british gun than the later (from A2) models. For my untrained eye, the only difference is in the breech. I think that the muzzle brake is the most noticiable difference (at least al FD scale level
) between M119 and M119A3. Cheers.
The next gun was the mainstay of the soviet counterbattery artillery during the Cold War years, the excellent M-46.
First shown as it was seen in the May Parade of 1965, with the ATS-59 artillery tractor. The egyptian gun is depicted as it was at the Sinai Peninsula in the previous days of the 6 Day War. To the right is the drawing of an indian gun in the Western Front during the Third Indo-Pakistani War, during the crucial battle of Basantar, with fierce artillery barrages of both sides. The next gun is the chinese version Type 59, as seen during the Sino-Vietnamese War of 1979. In 1981 there was a short lived frontier clash between Peru and Ecuador, a very limited confrontation in the rain forrest, but peruvians M-46 were moved to the northen coast in the event of a further flare up. In 1988 there was a violent battle at Cuito Cuanavale during the closing stages of the War in Angola, with intense artillery duels between M-46 cuban guns and South African G-5 and G-6 guns. Finally, ex-syrian guns in hands of kurds rebels, during the battle for Kobani against ISIS, last year. Cheers.