I post this assuming that just pictures and some basic information are
sufficient for you, as that is all I could find about some of the
firearms you are looking for. But I found history and specifications
for most of the guns. So I was able to find several sites with
features on German firearms, and I searched for those that were used
by the Germans in World War 2 and were made from 1935 to 1945. I will
just list the websites below.
The Curio and Relic Weapons Gallery Presents: Pistols and Revolvers
- Lists probably all the guns Germans used in WW2, but with only
pictures, no specs shown. Not all were made in 1935 to 1945, but I
believe all made in this time period are included. Look for guns under
the heading Germany and those with 'German Occupation'.
Weapons of the Elite - German Handguns
- Lists several handguns used by Germany: Radom 9mm P35, Browning
Hi-Power, Walther P-38, Mauser Schnellfeuer, and a Flare pistol.
German Small Arms
Pages on individual firearms (I included some non-1935-1945 guns):
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Mauser HSc
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Walther P38 / P1
- 1938 design.
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Astra mod. 400 and 600
- Spanish gun, but used by Germany. Model 600 was made in 1943.
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Vis wz35
- 1935 Polish firearm used by Germany.
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Browning High Power
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Mle. 1935A and 1935S
- French handguns that were used by Germany during occupation.
- The last two below were Hungarian handguns used by Germany. One
model was made in 1937.
Marstar Canada: Hungarian Model 1937 Pistol Assembly & Disassembly Information:
Non-1935-1945 axis sidearms:
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Mauser C-96
- 1893-96 made gun, but heavily used in WW2.
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Luger 'Parabellum'
- 1898 design used in WW2.
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Walther PP and PPK
- 1929 design used in WW2.
Modern Firearms - Handguns - Star mod. A, B, A and B Super, BM and P
- Was issued to German officers too, but is a 1920's design.
TheOG's Favorite Firearms- page 2: Beretta M34
- Though it was a 1934 model, I included it since it was used as a
German officers' sidearm. Other handguns of the time are shown after
Military and other Handguns for sale - shows a few handguns of other
countries during World War 2
German Handguns by Ian V. Hogg
Books on Infantry Weapons and Military Small Arms - Dropbears.com
Gun Show Books Online Store
Google search terms used:
germany world war 2 handguns
german world war 2 handguns
german handgun 1935
French 1935 pistol
I hope this has been a most helpful answer. If you need anything else,
or have a problem with the answer, do please post a Request for
Clarification before rating and I shall respond as soon as I can.