This building was constructed from 1928 up to 1931 for the IG Farben, one of the worlds largest companies at that time. An associated company of IG Farben was the producer of Zyklon B. After world WW II, the building was occupied by the US army. From here, the famous Marshall Plan was implemented. Later it was the headquarter for the U.S. Army's V Corps and for the northern area command (NACOM)...
Two of the three main World War II Nazi concentration / extermination camps located in the suburbs of Oswiecim, Poland, and commonly and collectively named "Auschwitz." There was a third main camp (Monowitz, also known as Buna, not marked), and 45-50 sub-camps. Sites are now memorials and museums.
Aerial view, 6 June 1944. In the lower right corner we can see the location of the crash of the C-47 # 42-92868, 313th TCG, Chalk number #16, serial 22, piloted by 1st Lt. William Robert Roycraft. All the crew members in the plane were killed in the crash.
Yap runway (Caroline Island Group) was target on 22 June 1944 for Consolidated B-24 Liberators of 13th Air Task Force, which bombed and destroyed 16 Japanese planes set five fuel trucks afire, and completed the roundtrip of about 2,100 miles with no looses.
British an d Canadian Forces landing in the morning of D-Day, 6th June 1944. The poster shows allied forces of the 3rd Canadian Division beginning their breakout from the coast past of the port of Courseulles-sur-Mer.
Very nice view of a small LCT sank over Utah Beach
June 6th 1944
This a multibeam sounder view of an LCT sank over Normandy coast June 1944
Datas acquired during Neptune 2K expedition.
Image treated by Duncan Mallace with Fledermaus
Copyright Steeve Schmidt, Naval Historical center
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