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|This overlay shows the area in Kassel city centre 1944 after RAF has bombeb it in 1943.|
During World War II, during the night of October 22/23, 1943, 569 British bombers (Arthur Harris´ Bomber Command) razed Kassel destroying 90% of the city centre; about 10,000 people died in the raid and 150,000 were rendered homeless, in a firestorm comparable to the one in Hamburg in July 194...
|Several high-res. aerial view pictures and a aerial map made as overlays of Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe in Kassel. |
|Nearly every point in Kassel that had to be seen or is important for visitors and inhabitants.|
All the historical sights, places, buildings and Objekts of interest, museums, hospitals, offices, public or important institutions and factories, some schools, highway exits
The passenger terminal can be reached by leaving the motorway A7 (Hamburg/Kassel) or the motorway A2 (Berlin/Dortmund) at the exit for Langenhagen or for the A352.
|Bomb damage assesment photo taken from a Spitfire MK XI of the 7th PRG.||12/24/2008||653|
|A very nice little public garden with a lot of interesting structured flowerbeds.||05/09/2006||269|
|This is the Krauss-Maffei Wegmann GmbH & Co KG in Kassel.||08/29/2006||900|
|Photo was taken from the 486th BG.||05/19/2006||793|
|4 different tanks on a hill which looks like a test range with a entrance to a bunker||07/04/2006||1,983|
|This appealing memorial commemorates the victims of the Holocaust.|
On 7 November 1938, the synagogue and other Jewish buildings in Kassel were destroyed. This was two days before the Kristallnacht.
|Erfurt (pronounced [ˈɛɐ̯fʊɐ̯t]) is a city in central Germany. It is the capital of the state of Thuringia with a population of 202,619 (2006). |
Erfurt is located 100 km SW of Leipzig, 113 km SE of Kassel and 180 km SE of Hannover. Erfurt Airport can be reached by plane via Munich, Cologne, Düsseldorf and Hamburg.
On April 12, 194...
|The airport is named for the historic city of Carthage, located just north of the airport.|
IATA Airport Code TUN.