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|The city of Düren was located on the main fighting front during the Allied invasion of Germany in World War II. During 1944 and 1945, the protracted and bloody Battle for Hürtgenwald was fought on Düren's district area, and on November 16 1944, Düren was completely destroyed by Allied air bombings. Approximately 22,000 people lived in Düren at that time, and 3,000 of them died during the bombin...||02/27/2007||795|
|Skagen Radar Station|
The 2D Military radar has been operational since 1978 and is part of NATOs radar coverage program.
|National Weather Service long distance RADAR for Eastern Missouri. Contains website link for St. Louis seven day forecast.|
RADAR image automatically updates every few minutes so you have up to date information.
|DKM Tirpitz (R.I.P.) last minute on Nov. 12th 1944 (To be added to Germany folder in "W.W.II Sunk ships" file)||02/28/2006||1,452|
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|Along the coast of the North Sea, the Germans built several radar stations. On the island of Schiermonnikoog they built a radar installation of the Wassermann type. According to some sources, sabotage was the cause that an antenna was never installed, and therefore this Wasserman was never put into use. ||09/27/2006||849|
|Bombing of Metz, Germany - Mission #141 of the 303rd BG, 25 April 1944|
Photo taken from: B-17G #42-32027 Betty Jane 427BS — Altitude: 20,400 feet, Pilot: 2Lt Phil W. O'Hare
|Overlays from www.bom.gov.au of the rain radar for Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney. 128km and 256km radius radar images for all three locations.||09/11/2005||1,346|
|This seven-story tower was completed in April 1944 on a leased 1.94 acre site as a Base-End Station and Radar Station for Fort Dearborn. It is now owned by the Shoals Marine Laboratory of Cornell University. Searchlight positions #6 and #7 were located elsewhere on the island. To the north of the tower past the old USCG Boat House were the Army station barracks (Site 1B) and the Navy's Magnetic...||04/12/2007||630|
|Overlay of weather radar, 128km radius from Marburg, SE Queensland. Updated every 10 minutes.||07/15/2005||2,004|
|These crop areas look like the old radar screens and one looks like some sort of maze type thing... In Zambia||11/24/2006||400|
|The village of La Pernelle was well favored by the Germans. Not only did they build two gun emplacements near the village, they also installed one of the largest |
"Coast Watcher” radar installations in the village. The choice was a simple one, the village sits high on hills just to the north of Quettehou, overlooking the eastern approaches of the Bay of the Seine.