German artillery and battleship SMS Schleswig Holstein fire guns at Gdynia, during invasion of Poland during World War II.
Gdynia Poland Date:1939, September 1 Duration:20 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Invasion of Poland by Germany during World War II. German troops fire field artillery at targets in Polish port city of Gdynia (Gdingen, in German). Smoke rises from shell fire on buildings. A Polish steamship sunk in the harbor. German battleship SMS Schleswig Holstein fires guns. Black smoke billows rise up from shore.
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