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|Germany - Emden-Marienwehr 1945 - Overlay||02/21/2007||515|
|In this house on 8 May 1945 the surrender of Germany was signed by general field marshal Keithel. With the surrender of the German armed forces in Berlin-Karlshorst the WW2 in Europe was ended.||08/17/2005||877|
|23 March 1945|
The picture shows the first wave of bombs dropped by the allied B-17's.
519 B-17s are sent to hit marshalling yards Hengstey (113), Giesecke (91), Holzwickede (184) and the Unna yard at Dormund (38); secondary targets hit are Meschede (19) and marshalling yards at Siegen (93) and Marburg (10); targets of opportunity are Herdecke (10), Haliger (1) and...
|This overlay is showing the current temperatures in germany.||07/21/2005||28,553|
|The Berghof was Adolf Hitler's home in the Obersalzberg of the Bavarian Alps near Berchtesgaden, Germany. Next to the Wolfsschanze this was the place where Hitler spent the most time during World War II and it was also one of the most widely known of Hitler's headquarters which were located throughout Europe. Rebuilt, much expanded and re-named in 1935, the Berghof as such was a functioning res...||08/06/2008||3,441|
|Frankfurt 1945 / 2006 - Overlay||02/18/2007||607|
|Aerial reconnaissance pictures of the air raid against Holzwickede, Germany on March 23rd 1945. It's assumed that the pictures were shot on March 26th.|
Target was the train station of Holzwickede.
|These are photos of Group Mission #174 to Cologne, Germany on Jan 14th, 1945. The Allies were just breaking out of the battle of the bulge and pushing the Germany army back to Germany. This tactical mission was to destroy a bridge across the Rhine to prevent supplies from arriving and troops from fleeing. Bombing results were excellent.||05/15/2006||885|
|Picture was taken by the 14th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron.|
The 14th flew combat reconnaissance missions in the European Theater of Operations from, 12 August 194325 April 1945 and conducted damage assessment of Germany until 23 July 1945.
|The Stadtschloss (German: Berliner Stadtschloss, rendered in English as Berlin City Palace), was a royal palace in the centre of Berlin, capital of Germany (1871-1945 capital of the German Reich, 1949-1990 in parts capital of East Germany, 1990 to date capital of reunifed Germany). It was the principal residence (winter residence) of the Kings of Prussia from 1701-1918 and of the German Emperor...||11/11/2009||659|
|This overlay helps you to evaluate the rating of a given residential area in Munich, Germany - e.g. if you intend to buy a property. Note that you are free to use this file on a non-commercial basis only - that's what the provider of the used graphic file permitted.|
Comments and legend of this overlay are in German only.
|Carnival in Gütersloh, Germany (overlay).||08/13/2005||606|