Posted 14 Marzec 2015 by andipab in Gdynia, Scenery, Sea, The Polish landscape
Tagged with The Polish landscape
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Beautiful! Love how the picture combines so many lines to follow. Great picture!
they look a bit like teeth
: D Fortunately broken … look for the answer below
There’s history to those stumps
Yes, it is 🙂
In occupied Polish were two torpedoes Nazi research centers. Both located in Gdynia (then – Gotenhafen): Torpedowaffenplatz Hexengrund at Babi Dole (today Babie Doly) and Torpedo Versuchsanstalt Oxhoft Oksywie. TWP was a research center of the Luftwaffe (Nazi aviation), TVA – Navy (Navy Nazi). Both research centers, although formally independent from each other, were connected by narrow-gauge railway (nicknamed by the Germans themselves maliciously Kashubian express train) – runs along the beach from the port Oksywie to the resort in Babie Doly. TWP worked mainly on air torpedoes, TVA – acoustic. Resorts also benefited from a common training ground on the bay of Gdansk, at the height of Jastarni, located 12 km from the TWP. Workshops torpedo torpedo had Gerätewerk Pommern Madüsee, lakeside Miedwie (near Szczecin).
Thank you for this. You have, in your next set, produced more attractive pictures out of unpleasant history
Every place on earth has a story. However, we can not always meet her. It is a pity that in many cases blurred knowledge about it.
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