Adolf Hitler, second from right, Albert Speer, right, and others, at the Rügenwalde testing grounds in Pomerania (now Darłowo, Poland) on 19 Mar 1943 to see the giant 800mm railway gun “Dora,” sister gun to the “Gustav.”

Caption   Adolf Hitler, second from right, Albert Speer, right, and others, at the Rügenwalde testing grounds in Pomerania (now Darłowo, Poland) on 19 Mar 1943 to see the giant 800mm railway gun “Dora,” sister gun to the “Gustav.” ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 Jan 2006

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1. unknown says:
23 Apr 2016 06:12:12 AM

how i can get Heavy Gustav Railway Gun?

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WW2-Era Place Name Rügenwalde, Pomerania, Germany
Lat/Long 54.4167, 16.4167


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