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PhotographBochum, Germany. 1944-11. Under this smoke lies Bochum. The short white streaks on this photograph are caused by incendiary bombs dropped by aircraft of RAF Bomber Command on the night of 1944-11-04/0...
PhotographEssen, Germany. c. 1943. Aerial photograph of the city showing damage after intense bombing by allied air forces in April, May and June 1943. The Krupp ironworks was the centre of an air attack on the...
PhotographInformal group portrait of mixed Commonwealth and British crew of the newly equipped No. 466 (Halifax) Squadron RAAF at Leconfield, Yorkshire, England. It was the crew's first bombing mission in any a...
PhotographMIMOYECQUES, FRANCE. 1944-07-06. IN THE PAS DE CALAIS AREA, BELIEVED TO BE AN A-4 FIRING SITE (FLYING-BOMB BASE), WAS THE TARGET OF FIFTEEN HALIFAX AIRCRAFT FROM NO. 466 SQUADRON RAAF AMONG A FORCE OF...
Maker: Isaac, Cyril HampdenMunster, Germany. 1945-04-05. Rubble and ruined buildings in the dead heart of the city. Except for some buildings on the outskirts, there is not a building in this area (of diameter about a mile and ...
PhotographRAF Station Leconfield, Yorkshire, England. C. 1943-11. The Commanding Officer, 141 Wing Commander D. T. Forsyth of Vic, and some of the Australian members of No. 466 Squadron RAAF are shown inspectin...
PhotographYORKSHIRE, ENGLAND. 1944-01-20. CREW OF A HALIFAX AIRCRAFT OF NO. 466 SQUADRON RAAF AT RAF STATION LECONFIELD, BESIDE THEIR AIRCRAFT ON RETURN FROM A RAID ON GERMANY. LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: SERGEANT...