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).

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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His mother suggested Peenemuende, a small island on the Baltic coast, where his father often hunted and fished.
But it was at the Peenemuende testing site in 1942 that a team of engineers under Wernher von Braun laid the foundations for sending man to the moon and the Cold War missile race.
Players can use these weapons in eight massive WWII combat campaigns including Peenemuende, the V2 rocket research facility, and The Eagle's Nest, Hitler's hideaway.
Players can put these weapons to use in eight massive World War II combat campaigns including Peenemuende, the V2 rocket research facility, and The Eagle's Nest, Hitler's hideaway.
Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWII lets gamers control and use new weapons and vehicles in eight fresh WWII combat battlefields including Telemark, the Peenemuende V2 research facility, Essen, and The Eagle's Nest (Hitler's hideaway).
Players can put these weapons to use in eight fresh World War II combat campaigns including Peenemuende, a V2 research facility, and The Eagle's Nest, Hitler's hideaway.