[ loot-vikhs-hah-fuhn, lood- ]
/ ˈlut vɪxsˌhɑ fən, ˈlud- /
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a city in SW Germany, on the Rhine opposite Mannheim.
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The famous raids on the Ludwigshafen factories and the Karlsruhe railway station occurred in June, 1915.Georges Guynemer|Henry Bordeaux
The Prussians had advanced as far as Ludwigshafen, opposite Mannheim, without encountering any serious resistance.
Kyle dropped eight bombs, most of them on the munition plant at Ludwigshafen.
The rest of the formation had gone on, dropped their bombs on Rombach and were beating it for Ludwigshafen.
I was fortunate—one of the three sent to see how clear the road from Ludwigshafen to Mannheim, and to cover the river crossing.The Best Short Stories of 1915|Various
British Dictionary definitions for Ludwigshafen
/ (German ˈluːtvɪçshaːfən) /
a city in SW Germany, in the Rhineland-Palatinate, on the Rhine: chemical industry. Pop: 162 836 (2003 est)
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