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Dabudong War Memorial Museum
Korea

다부동 전적기념관입니다.

6.25전쟁 대구방어선 현장인 칠곡군 가산면 다부리에 있습니다.
지형상 이 마을을 빼앗기면 대구시가 적군의 사정권내에 들어가
대구방어에 가장 중요한 전투적 요충지라고 합니다.
사진은 40mm 대공포, 122mm 곡사포, 57mm 직사포 입니다.

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