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The Dora with its assembly cranes sure was an impressive sight, and in my opinion, this gun is by far one of the most fascinating pieces of military equipment.
ChristopherPerrien wrote:Technically that should be called the Carl Gustav railway gun. 80cm.
I believe the Dora's were smaller guns, 30cm, of which some were even self-propelled over short distances and not "railway cannons"at all except for being transported by rail.
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