|Reichsstrasse 389 in the German Empire|
|Start of the street:||Olsztynek (Hohenstein)|
|End of street:||Mława (from 1941 Mielau)|
|Overall length:||60 km historically, partly in the former East Prussia , partly in Polish territory annexed in 1939|
The Reichsstraße 389 ( R 389 ) was a Reichsstraße of the German Reich until 1945 , which partly ran in the former East Prussia (now the Warmia-Masurian Voivodeship ), partly on Polish territory annexed in 1939 ( Masovian Voivodeship ). The road began in the town known today as Olsztynek , which was then called Hohenstein , where it branched off from what was then Reichsstraße 130 , and ran south via Nidzica (Neidenburg) to Mława (called Mielau from 1941), where it went met what was then Reichsstrasse 382 . Today the street forms part of the not yet fully developed Droga ekspresowa S7 .
The total length of the former Reichsstraße was around 60 kilometers.
- The German Automobile Club (ed.): Road map of Germany, scale 1: 1,250,000, 1941