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|Caen airport in Normandy (Caen Carpiquet) proposes national and international flights at the departure and bound for Caen||12/16/2005||337|
|A pack of 9 bridges over the Brisbane River , Queensland Australia||09/08/2005||419|
|these are some of he bridges that go across the la river||04/05/2006||762|
|Saint Martin Hospital in Caen -Normandie- In front of memorial de Caen||12/16/2005||287|
|A small collection of ten placemarks, describing the Chateau de Caen.||09/28/2005||342|
|This recon image shows the two bridges over the River Kwai, on the north bank the work camp can be see. |
This image was taken late 1944.
|A Navy AD-3 "Skyraider" attack plane pulls out of its dive (top center) after dropping a 2000-pound bomb on the Korean side of a bridge over the Yalu River, at Sinuiju, North Korea. Note bomb craters in the vicinity of the bridges.|
Photograph is dated 15 November 1950, but may have been taken a few days earlier.
|An aerial reconnassaince picture of the Pegasus bridge (northwest corner) made during the Battle of Normandy.|
Pegasus was the name given to a bridge over the Caen canal, near the town of Ouistreham. The bridge was a major objective of the British 6th Airborne Division, which was landed by glider near it during the Normandy Invasion on the 5th/6th June 1944. It was given the perma...
|U.S. bombs drop on railway bridges at Seoul in early July, 1950. The broken highway bridge at the right was blown without warning by South Korean themselves early on June 28, sending hundreds of fleeing South Korean soldiers and civilians to their deaths.||09/18/2007||626|
|French Television, FR3 Caen,Television Channel 3 in Normandie.||12/15/2005||308|
|During the Battle of Normandy in World War II, Caen saw intense and bitter combat between Allied and Axis forces. After the landing of the British I Corps at Sword Beach on June 6, 1944, progress of the Allied Forces stalled outside Caen. British and Canadian troops finally broke through on July 9, after an intense bombing campaign during Operation Charnwood that destroyed much of the city but ...||06/29/2007||1,607|
|This is Port Noarlunga Beach, South Australia. The jetty going off of it goes to a long,rare, temperate climate reef. The river just south of it is Onkaparinga River (aboriginal for woman's river). However the reef is the state's first aquatic reserve and the river is the state's longest national park.||08/30/2005||443|