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Underground in Walim. Project Riese
Poland

W Walimiu znajdują się  korytarze wykute w skale przez niemieckich więźniów w czasach II wojny światowej, jest to część projektu Riese-olbrzym, zakładającego budowę podziemnych fabryk,naziści chcieli ochronic sie przed nalotami aliantów.Podczas prac górniczych przy budowie tych fabryk w Sudetach ,zamordowano wiele tysięcy ludzi.

Projekt Riese

Copyright: Mouzes- maciej j. lorek
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7840x3920
Hochgeladen: 27/11/2011
Aktualisiert: 10/07/2014
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