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|31 July 1944 |
Back to Bucharest for the last mission of the month with the usual results over that target area. The target was the Prahova Oil Refinery which is located near the railroad tracks in the northwest section of the City. The cloud coverage was five tenths. As usual there was moderate, inaccurate flak. Only 8.8 percent of the bombs were scored within a 1000 feet of the ...
|What the title says..trash..in higher then usual resolution. ||11/23/2007||681|
| It is not usual to be able to view it on Google Earth, so, for all the fans here is the post.|
The satellite view take place at the south west of Tours, France.
|Westferry circus is a 'double decker' roundabout located in Canary Wharf, East London UK. Apart from the usual roads it has tunnels underneath.||01/06/2006||378|
|This is from a post on Village of Joy, with link provided in the folder. The buildings are in the folder in the same order as on their website. Most of the placemarks are very precise, though at least one 'house' has moved and one or two others (as is usual for these things) is only in the area of a location since it's difficult to pinpoint.||08/30/2009||29,556|
|Usual small villages in Burkina Faso are based on a circular set of small houses.|
Mainly the husband builds a first house when he marry with his first wife, and then adds a new house for each new wife.
When children born, small houses are added.
The more number of grows, the more the family is rich ... and the more the husband is happy with planty of...
|The Floréal is a small monitoring frigate ("frégate de surveillance") of the French Marine Nationale. She is the lead ship of her class, and the first French vessel named after the 8th month of the Republican Calendar. |
In 1993, she took part in United Nations Operation in Somalia II to protect Blue Helmets. In 1995, she took part in the capture of Bob Denard in the Comoros.
|Flak towers (German: Flakturm) were large AA gun blockhouses used by the Luftwaffe to prevent overflights of key areas in certain cities in World War II. They also served as air-raid shelters for tens of thousands of people and to coordinate air defence. With concrete walls up to 3.5m thick these towers were considered to be invulnerable to attack with the usual ordnance carried by Allied bombe...||11/23/2005||1,032|
|On to the Cape Prior and Cape Prioriño positions to see the remains of the two-gun 15-in batteries and the four 6-in batteries. Each position also had an AA battery of four 10.5 cm Vickers guns in a monolithic concrete structure. These batteries had all the guns removed and were in a vandalized state. The 15-in guns had unfenced wells, and one could enter them by going down steps or slopes to s...||04/06/2007||589|
The Zeppelin NT ("Neue Technologie", German for new technology) is a class of airships being manufactured since the 1990s by the German company Zeppelin Luftschifftechnik GmbH (ZLT) in Friedrichshafen. The initial model is the NT07. The company can be considered the successor of the companies founded by Ferdinand von Zeppelin which constructed and operated th...
|The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum is part of the Presidential Library system administered by the National Archives and Records Administration, a United States government agency. It is not a library in the usual sense but is a research facility and a museum. The archives is a repository of approximately 27 million pages of Jimmy Carter's White House material, papers of administrat...||12/06/2005||409|
|The general aspect points out the castle of XIIIe century, with a keep of approximately 24 m whose access is not possible that by a door placed high.But the side of "the attack", at North, does not present the usual profile points some that one exposed since 1200 to the attacker to deviate the projectiles. Quite to the contrary, Spesbourg proposes only one broad flat wall, a wall "shield" of wh...||12/29/2005||277|