The Gliwice Radio Tower (Sender Gleiwitz), Poland

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The Gliwice Radio Tower (Sender Gleiwitz), Poland
Agencja Fotograficzna Caro / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: ATE0CY
18.11.1997, Gliwice, Silesia, Poland - A staged attack on the radio station in Gliwice (Sender Gleiwitz) on August 31, 1939 served as a pretext for Nazi Germany to invade Poland, thus starting World War II. It is perhaps the only wooden transmission tower in the world. (Poland, Polish, Europe, European, Gliwice, Silesia, Upper Silesia, transmitter, radio, radio station, broadcasting, tower, aerial tower, wooden, transmission tower, wooden transmission tower, The Gliwice Radio Tower, Sender Gleiwitz, Gleiwitz incident, provocation, Second World War, World War Two, World War II, WW II, history, historical, contemporary history, symbol, symbolic, symbolical, blue, sky, blue sky, clear, nobody, vertical) 0KD003025CAROEX.JPG
Location: Gliwice, Silesia, Poland