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Before and after aerial photos of the bombing of Wilhelmshaven

Before and after aerial photos of the bombing of Wilhelmshaven

The German port city of Wilhelmshaven was bombed twice in 1943 -- once by the USAAF on January 27, and again by the RAF Bomber Command on February 11-12. These aerial reconnaissance images show Wilhelmshaven before and after the two bombings. The second bombing, carried out at night, was especially challenging because of dense cloud cover. Planes equipped with the RAF's newly developed H2S grou...
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Destroyer D186 Moelders as museum ship

Destroyer D186 Moelders as museum ship

D186 Mölders was a guided missile destroyer of the Bundesmarine (West German Navy) and later the Deutsche Marine (Navy of reunited Germany). It was the second ship of the Lütjens class, a modification of the Charles F. Adams class.

On March 3, 1965 Bath Iron Works got the order to build Mölders and her keel was laid down on April 12, 1966 with the hull number DDG-29. April 13, 1...
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Wilhelmshaven bomb strike, 11-12 and 18 February 1943

Wilhelmshaven bomb strike, 11-12 and 18 February 1943

Wilhelmshaven. This was an interesting and important raid by 177 aircraft - 129 Lancasters, 40 Halifaxes and 8 Stirlings. The Pathfinders found that the Wilhelmshaven area was completely covered by cloud and they had to employ their least reliable marking method, skymarking by parachute flares using H2S. The marking was carried out with great accuracy and the Main Force bombing was very effecti...
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Railroad --- Germany, Wilhelmshaven - Esens (Ostfriesl)  -- NordWestBahn -

Railroad --- Germany, Wilhelmshaven - Esens (Ostfriesl) -- NordWestBahn -

Railroad with all trainstations

Wilhelmshaven–Sande–Jever–Esens

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Kursbuchstrecke (KBS) 393
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Spanish Frigates Victoria (F82) and Numancia (F83)

Spanish Frigates Victoria (F82) and Numancia (F83)

The second and third of the six Spanish-built Santa Maria-class frigates, based on the American Oliver Hazard Perry class design, of the Spanish Navy.
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Railroad --- Wilhelmshaven - Bremen -- NordWestBahn - KBS 390

Railroad --- Wilhelmshaven - Bremen -- NordWestBahn - KBS 390

Railroad with all trainstations

Wilhelmshaven – Oldenburg – Bremen

Nordwestbahn
Kursbuchstrecke (KBS) 390
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Railroad --- Wilhelmshaven - Osnabrueck -- NordWestBahn - KBS 392

Railroad --- Wilhelmshaven - Osnabrueck -- NordWestBahn - KBS 392

Railroad with all trainstations

Wilhelmshaven - Oldenburg - Osnabrueck

Nordwestbahn
Kursbuchstrecke (KBS) 392
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Project 1154 Yastreb - Neustrashimy class frigate

Project 1154 Yastreb - Neustrashimy class frigate

Neustrashimy class frigates (Russian: Неустрашимый, alt.Eng. Neustrashimyy) are the most modern large frigates in the Russian Navy. The Soviet designation is Project 1154 Yastreb (Hawk).

The ship class was designed as a general purpose ASW (Anti-Submarine Warfare) frigate to follow on from the Krivak class f...
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German Light Cruiser Koeln moored in a Norwegian Fjord - Part 3

German Light Cruiser Koeln moored in a Norwegian Fjord - Part 3

RAF reconnaissance photo showing Köln moored in the Fætten Fjord northeast of Trondheim, Norway, 19 Jul 1942.

Köln was a German light cruiser prior to and during World War II, one of three K-Class cruisers named after cities starting with the letter K. This ship was named after the city of Köln (Cologne). The others in her class were the Königsberg and the Karlsruhe. The K-class ...
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German Light Cruiser Koeln moored in a Norwegian Fjord

German Light Cruiser Koeln moored in a Norwegian Fjord

RAF reconnaissance photo showing Köln moored in the Fætten Fjord northeast of Trondheim, Norway, 19 Jul 1942, photo 1 of 3.

Köln was a German light cruiser prior to and during World War II, one of three K-Class cruisers named after cities starting with the letter K. This ship was named after the city of Köln (Cologne). The others in her class were the Königsberg and the Karlsruhe...
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Danish War Cemetery Braine

Danish War Cemetery Braine

During WW1 Danes were fighting for the German Reich because they lived in Sonderjylland which was German from 1864 to 1920 after Sonderjylland became German after the Second Schleswig War 1864.

More than 4,000 danes lost their lives in German uniform. 79 are buried in this cemetery the rest in German WW1 cemeteries. Many were reported missing.

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Wielingen Class Frigate F912 Wandelaar in drydock

Wielingen Class Frigate F912 Wandelaar in drydock

The Wielingen class is a class of four multi-functional frigates built for the Belgian Naval Component. The ships are named after sandbanks in the North Sea, not far from the Belgian coast, or searoutes. The lead ship is named after the Wielingen sandbank.

The Belgian government decided on 22 December 1970 to order four new frigates, which would be built by the Belgian shipyards...
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