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Prudential building in Warsaw, Poland exploding as it was hit by a shell from a German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, 28 Aug 1944An unexploded shell from German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, basement of Prudential building, Warsaw, Poland, 30 Aug 1944
Prudential building in Warsaw, Poland exploding as it was hit by a shell from a German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, 28 Aug 1944An unexploded shell from German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, basement of Prudential building, Warsaw, Poland, 30 Aug 1944
German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer
German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer 'Ziu' bombarding Polish positions in Warsaw from Sowinski Park at the edge of the city, Poland, 18 Aug-21 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 2German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer 'Ziu' bombarding Polish positions in Warsaw from Sowinski Park at the edge of the city, Poland, 18 Aug-21 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2
Three Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzers preparing to fire at Warsaw, Poland, Aug-Sep 1944; note converted Panzer IV ammunition carrierKarl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer aboard a train, circa 1945
Three Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzers preparing to fire at Warsaw, Poland, Aug-Sep 1944; note converted Panzer IV ammunition carrierKarl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer aboard a train, circa 1945
Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer
Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer 'Ziu' (marked by Russians as 'Adam') on display at the Kubinka Tank Museum, Russia, 4 May 2008
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