Peenemünde


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Pee·ne·mün·de

 (pā′nə-mo͞on′də, -mün′-)
A village of northeast Germany on an offshore island in the Baltic Sea. It was a center for the development of guided missiles, especially the V-1 and V-2, prior to and during World War II (1937-1945).
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Peenemünde

(ˌpiːnəˈmʊndə)
n
(Placename) a village in N Germany, in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania on the Baltic coast: site of a German rocket-development centre in World War II
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