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|This is a time overlay showing German advances into Russia from the start of Operation Barbarossa June 22 1941 until December 9 1941.||02/14/2009||1,760|
|Operation Deadlight was the code name for the scuttling of the unwanted German U-boats which the allies got their hands on after the end of World War Two (WWII). Most of these (if not all) operations took place from Lisahally, Northern Ireland or Loch Ryan, Scotland. About 121 German U-boats were scuttled during the fall and and winter of 1945-1946 out of Ireland.||09/07/2005||902|
|Historical interest - archive WWII air photo matching surviving relic structures. Although no longer physically visible on the ground, the surviving runway layout is clearly visible from the air - enhanced by the dry conditions - and ties in well to the WWII imagery.||06/20/2007||1,201|
|The picture of a bomb raid during WWII shows heavy hits around the Central Station.||08/13/2005||631|
|A reconnaissance picture of the Olympia-Stadion (Olympic stadium) made during WWII.|
The German Stadium was built between 1912 and 1913 within the boundaries of the horse racing track at Charlottenburg near the Grunewald Forest. At the time, its capacity of 40,000 made it the largest sports stadium in the world, intended to be the main stadium for the 1916 Summer Olympics, which had been ...
|Aerial picture of Innsbruck made during WWII.||08/20/2005||617|
|An aerial reconnaissance picture of the bombed area around Cologne Cathedral and the Central Station during WWII.||08/13/2005||1,373|
|overlay of the Manzanar Japanese Internment Camp, where citizens of Japanese ancestry were forced to reside during WWII||08/28/2005||512|
|This WWII prison in Lithuania used by the Germans during the war is still operational and used today.||01/18/2007||567|
|These are the locations where German WWII submarines were sunk by enemy action (destroyer, mines, etc.). World War II info.
Informations are from uboat.net. Thx.||08/18/2005||1,827|
|An aerial vertical view of the destroyed bridge with a fly-by photo.||05/13/2006||1,442|
|German radarstation in Sondel the Netherlands during WWII.|
The station was called Eisbar.