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Dirschau: see TczewTczew
, Ger. Dirschau, town (1992 est. pop. 60,000), Pomorskie prov., N Poland, a port on the Vistula River. It is a rail junction, with railroad workshops and shipyards located there. Chartered in 1260, Tczew became part of Poland in the late 13th cent.
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As the story progresses, time become more and more frayed and two of the characters experience the Richthofen squadron's annihilation of Dirschau
without somehow leaving their home time frame.
Principal battles: Dirschau
(Tczew) (1627); Sztum (1629); Breitenfeld I (near Leipzig) (1631); the Lech (1632); Alte Veste (near Nurnberg) (1632); Lutzen (1632).