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|An aerial reconnaissance photograph of the Nakwon Munitions Plant near Sinuiju, North Korea, 18 August 1952. FEAF officials believed that the 1,350,000-square foot arsenal was producing up to 5,000 hand grenades daily. ||06/27/2006||708|
|Kirtland Underground Munitions Storage Complex (KUMSC)|
This is the biggest underground storage for nuclear weapons in the world. More than 3,000 warheads are stored there. If you zoom in, you can see many gates which lead to the storage complex in the mountain range. And you can also see that the complete area is fenced around several times on a broad stripe.
|RAF Welford is one of the largest bomb-stores in Europe|
It is a munitions storage installation for the 424th Air Base Squadron, which is based some 40 miles away at RAF Fairford.
It is located three miles west of M4 junction 13 and is marked by a large sign labelled "Works Access Only"
Most of the munitions dropped by Aircraft deployed at RAF Fairfor...
|STRATEGIC OPERATIONS (Eighth Air Force): 2 missions are flown. Mission 928: 1,358 bombers and 662 fighters attack marshalling yards, ordnance depots, armament works and airfields in Germany; they claim 8-0-6 aircraft; 10 bombers and 1 P-51 are lost:|
1. 436 B-17s are dispatched to hit munitions dumps at Ingolstadt (211) and Grafenwohr (94), and the marshalling yard at Bayreuth (73); targe...
|The factory for synthetic petrol (German: Hydrierwerke Pölitz - Aktiengeselschaft) at Police has an atrocious history.|
The construction of this complex started in 1937 as one of the 12 factories of I.G. Farben. The fuel which was produced here had been intended for the German army.
The outbreak of World War 2, speed up the grow process because of the inflow of foreign labourers fr...
|18 Bostons bombed St-Malo docks and 6 Venturas bombed naval installations at Den Helder. The Den Helder bombing was particularly accurate and serious damage was caused to a torpedo workshop and other buildings. No aircraft lost.||10/26/2005||694|
|Previous headquarters of HSBC. Bombed by al-qaeda terrorists (with a suicide truck-bomb), November 20 2003.||10/20/2005||366|
|Aerial view of the SAS Counter-Terrorism (CT) trainer unit at Pontrilas |
The area, north of the village of Pontrilas in Herefordshire, close to the Welsh border, seems to be a former munitions depot, judging by the (dismantled) train line system, just west of the training area's main gate, near the village of Ewyas Harold.
The old disused munitions train line syst...
|Bombed out buildings in north Bagdad.||10/13/2005||1,357|
|Morlaix Viaduct, 29 January 1943|
12 Bostons bombed a railway viaduct at Morlaix and 2 of 12 Venturas dispatched bombed a steelworks at Ijmuiden. 1 Boston lost.
|It was bombed on 22nd April, 1999. It is fully functional now days. Highway around Belgrade was finally built after the war thanks to reconstruction of this bridge.|
Until Google updates map, you may see how it was after the war.
You can check other bombed buildings and objects on this file "bombing in Belgrade, Serbia"
|This huge bunker was construced in early 1943 to serve as covered launch base for V-1's. The complex was multiple times bombed by the Allies with 'Tallboy' bombs, but without any succes. The bunker itself proved to be rather useless and never fired one single V-1. The Allied Air Force lost over 150 aircraft and 700 men during the air operations against the facility.|