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ALLIED TROOPS examining the 28-yard-long barrel of an ultra-heavy artillery weapon discovered at Essen. Various types of enemy secret weapons, complete or in the making, have been unearthed since the occupation of Germany. This gun, with 11-inch calibre barrel, is believed to have been designed for the long-distance shelling of London.

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ALLIED TROOPS examining the 28-yard-long barrel of an ultra-heavy artillery weapon discovered at Essen. Various types of enemy secret weapons, complete or in the making, have been unearthed since the occupation of Germany. This gun, with 11-inch calibre barrel, is believed to have been designed for the long-distance shelling of London., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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ALLIED TROOPS examining the 28-yard-long barrel of an ultra-heavy artillery weapon discovered at Essen. Various types of enemy secret weapons, complete or in the making, have been unearthed since the occupation of Germany. This gun, with 11-inch calibre barrel, is believed to have been designed for the long-distance shelling of London. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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