Railway gun ‘Schwerer Gustav’, and heavy mortar ‘Mörser Karl’ named “Thor” fireing at strategic locations and devastating entire cities during Operation Barbarossa, 1941.

Railway gun ‘Schwerer Gustav’, and heavy mortar ‘Mörser Karl’ named “Thor” fireing at strategic locations and devastating entire cities during Operation Barbarossa, 1941.

An 800 mm shell Schwerer Gustav, german railway gun, next to a Soviet T-34-85 tank at the Imperial War Museum, London

An 800 mm shell Schwerer Gustav, german railway gun, next to a Soviet T-34-85 tank at the Imperial War Museum, London

Hitler Reviews The Massive Gustav Railway Gun

Hitler Reviews The Massive Gustav Railway Gun

Schwerer Gustav: Biggest Gun Ever Used in Combat: German engineers create a beastly cannon so large that it requires custom tracks to transport it.

Schwerer Gustav - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Model of the Dora

Schwerer Gustav - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Model of the Dora

10 Famous and Notorious Guns from History -        There are now more than three hundred million guns in the United States of America alone. At the end of World War II in 1945, the Soviet army was shelling Berlin with 43,000 artillery pieces. So whatever your opinion on how they should be regulated in America, guns have been a gigantic... - http://toptenz.net

10 Famous and Notorious Guns from History

10 Famous and Notorious Guns from History - There are now more than three hundred million guns in the United States of America alone. At the end of World War II in 1945, the Soviet army was shelling Berlin with 43,000 artillery pieces. So whatever your opinion on how they should be regulated in America, guns have been a gigantic... - http://toptenz.net

A shell for the Dora gun (without the sharp ballistic cap) found after the war at the former German firing range near Rügenwalde (today Darłowo), on exhibition in the Polish Army museum in Warsaw

A shell for the Dora gun (without the sharp ballistic cap) found after the war at the former German firing range near Rügenwalde (today Darłowo), on exhibition in the Polish Army museum in Warsaw

The massive Schwerer Gustav 80cm railway gun.

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