B-24L 'Stevonovitch II' of the of the 464th Bomber Group hit by German anti-aircraft fire over Lugo, Italy, 10 Apr 1945; only 1 out of the crew of 10 survived

Caption   B-24L 'Stevonovitch II' of the of the 464th Bomber Group hit by German anti-aircraft fire over Lugo, Italy, 10 Apr 1945; only 1 out of the crew of 10 survived
Source   United States Air Force
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Modern Day Location
Historical Name Lugo, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Lat/Long 44.4167, 11.9167

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