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|Precision daylight bombing.|
|US 40th Photo Recon Squadron took this post-raid shot. The roundhouse, which had survived repeated bombing up to that point, was never the same. Only about half of the roundhouse was rebuilt.|
|Photograph taken on 28 June 1944, after hitting the railway bridge and yards of Migennes.|
Two tracks cut and train damaged by direct hit on south edge of bridge. About three tracks blocked by debris from one hit and 4 near misses on embankment west of bridge.
|An aerial view of the Railway Bridge which was blown by the Germans on Sunday 17th September 1944.||05/13/2006||1,331|
|Photo taken over the target, 3 Nov '44, daylight raid by American B-29s based in India. Note the roundhouse & turntable, camouflaged factory/industrial roofs, old bomb craters, rolling stock in the yard. Note also the roof of the roundhouse - some light, some dark - evidence of patchwork from past raids. Also, note the shadow on the outer edge of the roundhouse. You can see where sunlight has s...||03/03/2007||803|
|Pyanmana railway yard bombed by the No. 99 Squadron RAF.||03/03/2007||616|
|82 Lancasters and 4 Mosquitos of No 5 Group attacked and destroyed a railway junction at Saumur without loss.||02/11/2007||553|
|21 March 1945|
20 Lancasters of No 617 Squadron attacked the Arbergen railway bridge just outside Bremen. 2 piers of the bridge were destroyed. 1 Lancaster lost.
|5 November 1944 |
The Bridge was bombed by 18 B-26's, which dropped 139 x 500 lb demolition bombs and 5 x 500 lb demolition bombs with 6 hour delay fuses at 15:39 hours from 9600 to 8600 ft.
|The Fliegerhorst Venlo/Netherlands (codenamed Nassau), was one of the larger military airfields. It was partly in the Netherlands and partly in Germany. It was heavily bombed during World War II. After the war the part on Dutch soil was almost completely demolished. On the German side, a large number of structures can be found in the woods.||10/22/2008||1,529|
|Military aid for the armed insurgent forces came from the American strategic Air Force on September 13, 1944. From September 10, 1944, they registered an increased movement of German transports at the Vrútky railway station. This increase in activity was due to the transferrence of soldiers and military material from the German 1008th and the 1009th Battalions for the support of the 178th Divis...||06/25/2007||795|
|8 November 1944 |
18 B-26's dropped 141 x 500 lb demolition bombs on the primary target at 13:38 hours from 9500 to 8500 ft.