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Austro-Hungarian Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 medium machine gun crew in the Tyrolean region of Austria, 1914-1918Adolf Hitler parading in Vienna in occupied Austria, 14 Mar 1938Seyß-Inquart, Hitler, Himmler, and Heydrich in Vienna, Austria, 1938Czechoslovakian Foreign Minister Frantisek Chvalkovsky, Italian Foreign Minister Galeazzo Ciano, German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, and Hungarian Foreign Minister Kálmán Kánya at the First Vienna Arbitration, 2 Nov 1938
Austro-Hungarian Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 medium machine gun crew in the Tyrolean region of Austria, 1914-1918Adolf Hitler parading in Vienna in occupied Austria, 14 Mar 1938Seyß-Inquart, Hitler, Himmler, and Heydrich in Vienna, Austria, 1938Czechoslovakian Foreign Minister Frantisek Chvalkovsky, Italian Foreign Minister Galeazzo Ciano, German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, and Hungarian Foreign Minister Kálmán Kánya at the First Vienna Arbitration, 2 Nov 1938
German Army General Werner Kienitz speaking to recruits at the Heldenplatz in Vienna, Austria, 9 Dec 1938; note 7.5 le.IG 18 infantry guns on displayAntonescu and Göring at the Belvedere Palace, Vienna, Austria, 5 Mar 1941Reich Commissioner Heinrich Himmler and his entourage on a tour of the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria, 27 Apr 1941Overhead view of B-17 Fortress bombers flying from Italy on a raid to bomb the rail yards at Weiner Neustadt near Vienna, Austria, Apr 1944.
German Army General Werner Kienitz speaking to recruits at the Heldenplatz in Vienna, Austria, 9 Dec 1938; note 7.5 le.IG 18 infantry guns on displayAntonescu and Göring at the Belvedere Palace, Vienna, Austria, 5 Mar 1941Reich Commissioner Heinrich Himmler and his entourage on a tour of the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria, 27 Apr 1941Overhead view of B-17 Fortress bombers flying from Italy on a raid to bomb the rail yards at Weiner Neustadt near Vienna, Austria, Apr 1944.
Crew bails out of damaged B-17F Fortress “Patches” at 22,500 feet over Wiener Neustadt, Austria, 10 May 1944. 8 of the crew became POWs and the other 2 were killed. Note 2 right engines featheredB-17G Fortress of the 15th Air Force flies with No. 4 engine feathered and right wing smoking on a mission to Zwölfaxing, Austria, Jul 8 1944B-24 Liberators of the 15th Air Force flying from the Foggia Airfield complex in Italy bombing the railroad yards in Salzburg, Austria, late 1944. The smoke is from smudge pots lit to obscure the target.Soviet prisoners of war during roll call, Mauthausen Concentration Camp, Austria, date unknown
Crew bails out of damaged B-17F Fortress “Patches” at 22,500 feet over Wiener Neustadt, Austria, 10 May 1944. 8 of the crew became POWs and the other 2 were killed. Note 2 right engines featheredB-17G Fortress of the 15th Air Force flies with No. 4 engine feathered and right wing smoking on a mission to Zwölfaxing, Austria, Jul 8 1944B-24 Liberators of the 15th Air Force flying from the Foggia Airfield complex in Italy bombing the railroad yards in Salzburg, Austria, late 1944. The smoke is from smudge pots lit to obscure the target.Soviet prisoners of war during roll call, Mauthausen Concentration Camp, Austria, date unknown
Underside view of a B-24L Liberator of the 724th Bomb Squadron with bomb bay doors open, possibly over Vienna, Austria, 1945. The roll-up style bomb bay doors were very distinctive to the Liberator.US personnel examine a Focke-Wulf Fw 189 Uhu reconnaissance plane abandoned at Salzburg, Austria, 1945Underside view of B-24L Liberator “Flying Ass” of the 451st Bomb Group just prior to bomb release over railroad yards in Vienna, Austria, 15 Jan 1945.Civilians walking through Vienna, occupied Austria, Mar 1945
Underside view of a B-24L Liberator of the 724th Bomb Squadron with bomb bay doors open, possibly over Vienna, Austria, 1945. The roll-up style bomb bay doors were very distinctive to the Liberator.US personnel examine a Focke-Wulf Fw 189 Uhu reconnaissance plane abandoned at Salzburg, Austria, 1945Underside view of B-24L Liberator “Flying Ass” of the 451st Bomb Group just prior to bomb release over railroad yards in Vienna, Austria, 15 Jan 1945.Civilians walking through Vienna, occupied Austria, Mar 1945
B-17G Fortresses of the US 15th Air Force trailing condensation trails amid anti-aircraft flak bursts during the bombing run over Graz, Austria, 4 Mar 1945.Soviet troops in US-built M3A1 scout car fighting in Vienna, Austria, Apr 1945Karl Renner walking to the Parliament building, flanked by Soviet officers, Vienna, Austria, 29 Apr 1945B-24H of the 732nd Bomb Squadron was force to land at a Luftwaffe airfield in France Feb 4 1944. It was repaired and flown by the Germans as A3+KB. It was then recaptured at Salzburg, Austria in May 1945 where it was examined here by SSgt JT Sipkovsky
B-17G Fortresses of the US 15th Air Force trailing condensation trails amid anti-aircraft flak bursts during the bombing run over Graz, Austria, 4 Mar 1945.Soviet troops in US-built M3A1 scout car fighting in Vienna, Austria, Apr 1945Karl Renner walking to the Parliament building, flanked by Soviet officers, Vienna, Austria, 29 Apr 1945B-24H of the 732nd Bomb Squadron was force to land at a Luftwaffe airfield in France Feb 4 1944. It was repaired and flown by the Germans as A3+KB. It was then recaptured at Salzburg, Austria in May 1945 where it was examined here by SSgt JT Sipkovsky

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