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|A recon photo of the German city of Düren taken as part of sortie 33/2032 of December 16, 1944, flown by Captain T. A. Roberts of the 33rd Photo Recon Squadron. Located on the east bank of the Roer River, the city was a center of fierce fighting during the Battle of the Bulge, which began on the day this photo was taken.||06/25/2007||882|
|This is the AM transmitter from Jülich,Germany. This transmitter broadcasts the DLF(Deutschlandfunk) and the WDR (West Deutscher Rundfunk) with 5KW Power.||08/02/2006||392|
|The citadel Juelich was built for the Renaissance in the years after 1545 as a component of a ' ideal city '. It is northerly of the alps the oldest citadel. The building master was Alessandro Pasqualini. |
Die Zitadelle Jülich wurde in den Jahren nach 1545 als Bestandteil einer 'idealen Stadt' der Renaissance in Jülich erbaut. Sie ist die älteste Zitadelle nördlich der Alpen. Ihr Ba...
|This unlabeled bomb damage assessment photo from a 33rd Photo Recon Squadron mission shows a portion of the 30-square-mile section of the German city of Eschweiler located behind the Siegfried Line. It was bombed by the 8th Air Force in November 1944 before being overrun by US infantry a few days later.||06/25/2007||953|
|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. ||09/09/2006||357|
|Looks like a recon-drone (Predator or something) - look at the satellite dishes at the top of the shelter. Also many control trucks around it.||09/23/2005||737|
|Aerial recon photo of the airfield at the south coast of Paramushir Island.||05/14/2006||826|
|Photo was taken from the 486th BG.||05/19/2006||904|
|Aerial recon photo of Japanese Kuabu Airfield- Located on Paramushiru Island.||05/13/2006||1,048|
|The photograph was taken, possibly on 17th October 1918 of Norwich Cathedral as an aerial recon exercise.||03/14/2007||504|
|Aerial picture of the area between Remagen and Kripp with bomb craters. The picture was taken from a british recon aircraft at 30 January 1945.||06/22/2007||1,300|
|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.