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Adolf Hitler, accompanied by Heinz Gudarian (left) and Wilhelm Keitel, touring the Rügenwalde testing grounds in Pomerania (now Dar³owo, Poland) to see the giant railway gun “Dora,” 19 Mar 1943.

Caption   Adolf Hitler, accompanied by Heinz Gudarian (left) and Wilhelm Keitel, touring the Rügenwalde testing grounds in Pomerania (now Dar³owo, Poland) to see the giant railway gun “Dora,” 19 Mar 1943. ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 19 Mar 1943
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 Jan 2006

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