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unknown in Gdansk '39, Mini-Series, 1989 IMDB Ep. 3

Class: Trucks, Simple truck


[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


130rapid PL

2010-11-05 17:48

Something newer, custom made to play prewar truck.

chris40 UK

2010-11-07 19:35

Possibly Lublin-51 based?

ingo DE

2011-06-02 16:42

Anachronism: the road pavement :o
Asphalt was rarely used in the 30ies, in the rural Ostpreußen never. Common was cobblestone pavement, outside the towns usually 1/3 to 2/3 separated: one third only sand, for the horses and horse-carts, the "summer-side", two third made of cobblestone, with a track in horse cart-size, made by more plane blue-basalt cobblestone in the middle.
Today nearly disappeared, in Poland, as in the former DDR, too. In the early 90ies quite a lot of these country roads had still existed over there.

The only modern "highway" in the former far East of the German Reich was the (never completed) "Reichsstraße 1". This was made, as the Autobahn-tracks, too, with concrete-slabs. The rest-stops and exits were usually made with cobblestone-plaster. Here the "German Highway No.1" at the town exit of Elbing/Elblag in direction Königsberg/Kaliningrad (never finished, it ends after some few kilometers as a farm-path in the middle of nowhere):
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