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D-Day - Assigned drop zones of 101. and 82. Airborne Division

D-Day - Assigned drop zones of 101. and 82. Airborne Division


101. AD:
DZ "A"
St Martin de Varreville: 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment and 377th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion : Seize Exits 3 and 4 at Saint-Martin-de-Varreville and Audouville-la-Hubert. Destroy the German heavy artillery battery at Saint-Martin-de-Varreville and the buildings coded WXYZ at Mezieres.

DZ "C"
Hiesville: 3/501st Parachute In...
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Kronwerk Juelich

Kronwerk Juelich

A Kronwerk (english Cronnwork) is a fortification made of a bastion in the middle an on the left and right a half bastion. This Kronwerk in Jülich was used as a bridgehead.
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Airfield B4 near Beny-sur-Mer, Normandy

Airfield B4 near Beny-sur-Mer, Normandy

Two days after D-Day, maintenance and construction commando squadrons arrived in Normandy to build airstrips. Ground crews of No 144 Wing (including Nos 441, 442 and 443 Squadrons) were deployed near Banville as early as June 9th, 1944. Both air and ground crews had to get used to the dust and lack of comfort of their temporary facilities. The bases and support personnel of the other Spitfire a...
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Rutupiae Roman Fort

Rutupiae Roman Fort

Rutupiæ was the Roman name for Richborough near Sandwich, Kent, which they founded after they landed in England in AD 43. A major port of Roman Britain (with Dubris, it was one of the start-points for the Roman road of Watling Street, which ran on to Canterbury and London), it has many phases of Roman remains, collectively known as Richborough Fort or Richborough Roman Fort, still visible today...
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320th BG, Mission 483, Haslach Marshalling Yard

320th BG, Mission 483, Haslach Marshalling Yard

2 March 1945.

TACTICAL OPERATIONS (Ninth Air Force): In Germany, the 9th Bombardment Division hits 5 bridges, 2 communications centers, 3 ordnance and motor transport depots, several city areas, and 6 targets of opportunity; the objectives are to hinder movement of enemy troops trying to help the German army caught in front of the US Third Army, to obstruct movement in general, and ...
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Dybbol fortifications

Dybbol fortifications

The Battle of Dybbøl (Danish: Slaget ved Dybbøl; German: Düppeler Schanzen) was the key battle of the Second War of Schleswig and occurred on the morning of April 18, 1864 following a siege lasting from April 7. Denmark suffered a severe defeat against the German Confederation which decided the war.

On the morning of April 18, 1864 at Dybbøl, the Prussians and Austrians moved int...
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Neuf-Brisach enclosure

Neuf-Brisach enclosure

In 1648, the Treaty of Westphalia gave France possession of Breisach, on the right bank of the Rhine. This town was fortified by Vauban under the orders of Louis XIV and gave France an important bridgehead on the right bank of the Rhine. Breisach flourished, and so many people came to the town that it spread onto an island in the river, named Ville Neuve (new town). A fort was also built on thi...
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Die Bruecke - The bridge from the german movie

Die Bruecke - The bridge from the german movie

This is where the bridge stood in the famous german anti war movie Die Brücke (The Bridge) from 1959.
It's crossing a side arm of the river Regen at the city of Cham.
The story in the film:
Into April 1945 in a German town 7 about 16 years old boys of a grade to the armed forces drawn. Everyone of the boys has another social background. One is son of the local group leader...
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The federal fortress Ulm

The federal fortress Ulm

The German federation and its fortresses

After the Napoleoni wars, which found their end with the defeat Napoleon on 18 June 1815 with Waterloo, during the Viennese of congress in the same year under Austrian presidency the German federation was created. The exchanges of territory in Central Europe, which developed under the pressure of the French emperor, were various and deep s...
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Birka, the first city of Sweden

Birka, the first city of Sweden

During the Viking Age, Birka on the island of Björkö (literally: "Birch Island") in Sweden, was an important trading center which handled goods from Scandinavia as well as Central and Eastern Europe and the Orient. Björkö is located in the Lake Mälaren, 30 kilometers West of Stockholm, in the municipality of Ekerö. The archaeological sites of Birka and Hovgården, on the neighbouring island of A...
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