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8,8cm Flak-Stellung auf Schienen.

[Photo] German cm FlaK anti-aircraft gun mounted on a railway car, 1943

Two stunning footages of the German 88 mm Flak | World War II Social Place

Two stunning footage`s of the German 88 mm Flak ( Click Photo )

The Beauty & The Horror.

WWII, A railway transport of Panther tanks of the Wiking Division ready to be shipped to a new assembly area in the East, July The German shepherd atop Panther appears to be inspecting their handiwork.

A destroyed Sdkfz. 7 with a dead crewman, after heavy fighting with the Soviet Army in Silesia, February 1945.

A destroyed Sdkfz. with a dead crewman, after heavy fighting with the Soviet Army in Silesia, February

Tren blindado. Rusia

Russian armored train number 695 of type + 2 x supported by and armored cars/railcars

"Railway Gun 150mm" Invasion of Poland, Sept 1939  Source: -

"Railway Gun Invasion of Poland, Sept 1939 Source: -

Schwerer SSY mit 8,8cm Flak 41 - customscales Webseite!

Schwerer SSY mit 8,8cm Flak 41 - customscales Webseite!

WW2 - German Railroad guns in action - World War Two military train

- German Railroad guns in action - World War Two military train: Documentary about the massive railroad guns used by Germany during World War

A railway gun, also called a railroad gun, is a large artillery piece, often surplus naval ordnance, mounted on, transported by, and fired from a specially designed railway wagon. Many countries have built railway guns, but the best known are the large Krupp-built pieces used by Germany in World War I and World War II. Smaller guns were often part of an armoured train.

A railway gun, also called a railroad gun, is a large artillery piece, often…

Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem. The street is named after the founder of Modern Hebrew, Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. Eliezer Ben‑Yehuda was a Litvak lexicographer and newspaper editor. He was the driving spirit behind the revival of the Hebrew language in the modern era.

Israel - Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem. I LOVE hanging out on Ben Yehudah Street!