Railway Guns SUPER BESAR

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Eight French soldiers are camouflaging a 370 mm railway gun with the inscription ìKeityî. 5th September 1917. Noyon, Oise region. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome LumiËre. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)
Eight French soldiers are camouflaging a 370 mm railway gun with the inscription ìKeityî. 5th September 1917. Noyon, Oise region. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome LumiËre. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)
French soldiers are camouflaging a 370 mm railway gun with the inscription ìKeityî. 5th September 1917. Noyon, Region Oise. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome LumiËre. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)
French soldiers are camouflaging a 370 mm railway gun with the inscription ìKeityî. 5th September 1917. Noyon, Region Oise. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome LumiËre. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)
16 inch railway gun which pulverised the Hindenburg Line, World War I, France, 1917-1918. Stereoscopic card detail. (Photo by The Print Collector/Print Collector/Getty Images)
16 inch railway gun which pulverised the Hindenburg Line, World War I, France, 1917-1918. Stereoscopic card detail. (Photo by The Print Collector/Print Collector/Getty Images)
German railway guns in action during World War 2. Spanish postcard intended for supporters of Franco' s Republic which was in favour of the Third Reich. Spanish caption: 'Artilleria antiaerea alemana de ferrocarril'. (Photo by Culture Club/Getty Images)
German railway guns in action during World War 2. Spanish postcard intended for supporters of Franco’ s Republic which was in favour of the Third Reich. Spanish caption: ‘Artilleria antiaerea alemana de ferrocarril’. (Photo by Culture Club/Getty Images)

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