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(W.C.S.) Vistula River The Vistula (Polish Wisla) is the largest river of Poland and
of the drainage basin of the Baltic Sea. Tenth in size among the rivers of Europe,
it is a waterway of great importance to the nations of eastern Europe. The length ...
From Toruri to its entry into the Baltic, the Vistula has been turned into a fully
improved waterway. The 19th- century Bydgoszcz Canal, following an ancient
glacial valley, links the Vistula Basin with that of the River Oder, second largest of
Walter von Reichenau's 10th Army, in the centre, with the bulk of the group's
armour, was to deliver the decisive blow with a northwestward thrust into the
heart of Poland. By September 3, when in the north Kluge had reached the
Vistula and ...
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