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|This is a photo of the Berlin museum of sience history from 1945.||08/03/2006||783|
|This is a Photograph of the Berlin University main building from 1945.||08/03/2006||580|
|Bombed by the No. 99 Squadron RAF.||03/03/2007||496|
|The Marifu Rail Yard, 2 miles east of Iwakuni, and 2 miles south of Otaka, Japan, after the bombing raid of 14 August 1945 by 108 B-29 Superforts of the 21st Bomber Command. ||06/29/2007||619|
|April-May 1945. This map shows the army movements (US Army and Red Army) during the attack on Berlin.||09/08/2005||1,930|
|In this house on 8 May 1945 the surrender of Germany was signed by general field marshal Keithel. With the surrender of the German armed forces in Berlin-Karlshorst the WW2 in Europe was ended.||08/17/2005||776|
|Aerial picture of the bomb raid against the Daimler-Benz tank factory in Berlin carried out by B17-bombers of the 774th Squadron, 463rd Bomb Group on March 24th 1945.||08/20/2005||1,570|
|Breslau was never hit by bombs from the USAAF. It was later destroyed by the Red Army and heavily bombed at eastern 1945.||06/06/2007||655|
|March 1945, Strasshof (Austria), |
The train station was bombed with 100lb bombs. Four bombers were hit by flak, two went down.
|The Berghof after being bombed in may 1945||11/07/2007||2,926|
|Six weeks after this final raid on what remained of Cologne, this photo was taken and shows the bombed-out remains of the city. |
858 aircraft - 531 Lancasters, 303 Halifaxes, 24 Mosquitos - raided Cologne in 2 waves. 6 Lancasters and 2 Halifaxes were lost and 1 Halifax crashed in Belgium. The first raid was carried out by 703 aircraft and the second by 155 Lancasters of No 3 Grou...
|On January 20th 1945 a train station of Linz, Austria, was bombed.|
To hit the moving material there, 100lb bombs were used. Heavy flak fire hit 21 of 25 bombers, two of them exploded in the formation.