Ruhr River


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Synonyms for Ruhr River

a tributary of the Rhine

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Probably unwittingly, members of the Tar-Pamlico community took a leaf from the Ruhr River story.
After receiving orders in late March 1945 to turn east from Germany's Ruhr River and race toward Berlin, the Division commandeered anything on wheels (and sometimes hooves) from the surrounding German countryside and made an incredible dash across northern Germany.
Positioned north of Germany's Ruhr River industrial complex at the close of March, 1945, the 83rd received orders originally intended for the 8th Armored Division.
Duisburg is a steel-making town of around half a million on the confluence of the Rhine and Ruhr rivers that boasts the world's biggest inland port and is one of Germany's most important transport and commercial hubs.
Duisburg is a steel-making town of around half a million the confluence of the Rhine and Ruhr rivers that boasts the world's biggest inland port and is one of Germany's most important transport and commercial hubs.