The Berlin Zoo flak tower after the battle, Germany, 1945; note two destroyed IS-2 tanks in foreground

Caption   The Berlin Zoo flak tower after the battle, Germany, 1945; note two destroyed IS-2 tanks in foreground
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  1. Anonymous says:
    26 Sep 2009 05:16:09 PM

    Hi. I am writing a fictional book on the battle for Berlin and how one soldier never gave up and how his life touched so many other German lives. It is entitled The Last Soldier. Some of my story takes lace in the Berlin flak tower. Any info you can send during and after the battle would be appreciated. Thank you. Richard and Gretchen.
  2. Anonymous says:
    19 Jan 2010 12:36:45 AM

    war is back & profits await & Fresh cannon fodder needed

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