German wagon

German wagon
разг. «немецкий вагон» (общее название любой открытой повозки, применявшейся для самых различных целей, обычно запряжённой лошадьми)

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  • German State Railway Wagon Association — The German State Railway Wagon Association ( Deutscher Staatsbahnwagenverband (DSV) ) was an association of the German state railways Länderbahnen founded in 1909. The purpose of the association was to guarantee the unrestricted exchange of goods …   Wikipedia

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