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|These are the locations where German WWII submarines were sunk by enemy action (destroyer, mines, etc.). World War II info.
Informations are from uboat.net. Thx.||08/18/2005||1,780|
|A german military facility built 1938 to produce subterrenian weapons. In WWII the German military started to produce the nerve gas Taubun. For further information click the placemarks.||08/15/2005||784|
|Lost positions of German u-boats during World War II.
Informations are from uboat.net. Thx.||08/19/2005||1,611|
|Small airfied used during WWII by the German forces.|
|These are the locations where german submarines were sunk by enemy action in World War II (destroyer,mines, etc.).|
There will be subsequent files numbered from U-51 - U-100, U-101 - U-150 and so on.
All information is from "uboat.net" or "ubootwaffe.net".
|The Maldegem Flugplatz is situatied near the 'Ringbaan' which is now largely an industriel area.|
The former Belgian airfield, which was still beeing constructed in 1940 was occupied by the German and Italian Air force during WWII. Later on it was used by the Canadian liberators. One of my witnesses told my the Germans returned for a short while on the first of January 1945. It...
|The largest German military cemetery (Kriegsgräberstätte) in Europe is situated in Lommel. Since 1946 39.099 soldiers who died in WWI but mainly in WWII are buried here. During the fighting in Belgium and Germany (mainly at Aachen and Düren) the Americans buried the German dead provisionally on 4 temporary cemeteries from which the dead were later brought over to Lommel. Thousands of German sol...||08/18/2009||273|
|Historical interest - archive WWII air photo matching surviving relic structures. Although no longer physically visible on the ground, the surviving runway layout is clearly visible from the air - enhanced by the dry conditions - and ties in well to the WWII imagery.||06/20/2007||1,182|
|The largest German Warship that survived WWII||11/26/2006||1,229|
|Location of sinking around the world by enemy action.
Informations are from uboat.net. Thx.||08/29/2005||1,471|
|A reconnaissance picture of the Olympia-Stadion (Olympic stadium) made during WWII.|
The German Stadium was built between 1912 and 1913 within the boundaries of the horse racing track at Charlottenburg near the Grunewald Forest. At the time, its capacity of 40,000 made it the largest sports stadium in the world, intended to be the main stadium for the 1916 Summer Olympics, which had been ...