Gun Bergman (28 October 1916 – 1 July 1971) was a Swedish translator, linguist, and journalist. Known for her translations from Slavic languages to Swedish, her greatest feat was her translation of Ivo Andrić's novel The Bridge on the Drina in 1960. She was married to Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman from 1951 to 1959.
The MP 18, manufactured by Theodor Bergmann Abteilung Waffenbau, was arguably the first submachine gun used in combat. It was introduced into service in 1918 by the German Army during World War I as the primary weapon of the Sturmtruppen, assault groups specialized in trench combat.
Gunvor Marianne Bergman, känd som Gun Bergman, tidigare Grut, ogift Hagberg, född 28 oktober 1916 i Linköpings församling, Östergötlands län, död 1 juli 1971 i Hedvig Eleonora församling, Stockholm, var en svensk journalist, språkvetare och översättare.
The Bergmann–Bayard was a German-designed semi-automatic pistol produced under license in Belgium. Bergmann Mars [ edit] The Bergmann Mars was produced in 1901, and was the first Bergmann design aimed squarely at the military market, with a comparatively powerful 9×23mm Bergmann round.
Gun Bergman was a journalist and a translator of South Slavic, Russian, and French literature. Gun Bergman was born in Linköping in 1916. She was the daughter of Robert Hagberg, a restaurateur, and his wife Ebba Hagberg.
The Bergmann MG 15nA was a World War I light machine gun produced by Germany starting in 1915. It used 100- and 200-round belts and utilized a bipod, which allowed the weapon to be mounted on a flat surface for more accurate firing.
Waffenfabrik Bergmann was a German arms manufacturer started around 1894 by Theodor Bergmann and closed around 1922, and later from 1934 to 1945 by Theodor Emil Bergmann. Contents 1 History 2 Products 2.1 Pistols 2.2 Submachine guns 2.3 Machine guns 3 References History Bergmann was started around 1894 by Theodor Bergmann.