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Lancaster bomber of No 1 Group, RAF Bomber Command over Hamburg, Germany, night of 30-31 Jan 1943B-17F Flying Fortress bombers in flight over Schweinfurt, Germany, 17 Aug 1943Hitler Youth firefighters in action, Düsseldorf, Germany, 25 Aug 1943Schweinfurt, Germany during Allied bombing, 1943
Lancaster bomber of No 1 Group, RAF Bomber Command over Hamburg, Germany, night of 30-31 Jan 1943B-17F Flying Fortress bombers in flight over Schweinfurt, Germany, 17 Aug 1943Hitler Youth firefighters in action, Düsseldorf, Germany, 25 Aug 1943Schweinfurt, Germany during Allied bombing, 1943
B-17F Flying Fortress bombers bombing Bremen, Germany through clouds with the aid of radar, 13 Nov 1943Aerial view of burned out buildings in Hamburg, Germany, circa 1944-1945Hitler Youth members cleaning a bomb-damaged building in Germany, 1943-1945B-17 bomber of US 447th Bomb Group in flight toward Frankfurt, Germany, 20 Mar 1944
B-17F Flying Fortress bombers bombing Bremen, Germany through clouds with the aid of radar, 13 Nov 1943Aerial view of burned out buildings in Hamburg, Germany, circa 1944-1945Hitler Youth members cleaning a bomb-damaged building in Germany, 1943-1945B-17 bomber of US 447th Bomb Group in flight toward Frankfurt, Germany, 20 Mar 1944
German Me 410 aircraft attacking a B-17G bomber of US 562nd Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group over Brüx, Czechoslovakia (now Most, Czech Republic) May 12 1944; photo taken from the B-17G aircraft “Lady Godiva”B-17G Fortress B-17G Fortress B-17G Fortress
German Me 410 aircraft attacking a B-17G bomber of US 562nd Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group over Brüx, Czechoslovakia (now Most, Czech Republic) May 12 1944; photo taken from the B-17G aircraft “Lady Godiva”B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed. Photo 1 of 4B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed. Photo 2 of 4B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed. Photo 3 of 4
B-17G Fortress B-24H Liberator bomber of 783rd Bomb Squadron, 465th Bomb Group, US 15th Air Force exploding in mid air after being hit by anti-aircraft fire over Germany, 1944A German town in ruins, 1945Heilbronn, Germany in ruins, 1945
B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed. Photo 4 of 4B-24H Liberator bomber of 783rd Bomb Squadron, 465th Bomb Group, US 15th Air Force exploding in mid air after being hit by anti-aircraft fire over Germany, 1944A German town in ruins, 1945Heilbronn, Germany in ruins, 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.Mannheim in ruins, early 1945Reconnaissance photo of 8th Air Force bomb damage to Berlin, Germany; taken Feb 3 1945View of Mohrenstrasse, Berlin, Germany after the Allied bombing of 3 Feb 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.Mannheim in ruins, early 1945Reconnaissance photo of 8th Air Force bomb damage to Berlin, Germany; taken Feb 3 1945View of Mohrenstrasse, Berlin, Germany after the Allied bombing of 3 Feb 1945

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