A British Lancaster bomber dropping food parcels for the starving residents of Ypenburg, Netherlands as part of Operation Manna, May 1945.A message from the starving people of Holland to the US Air Force for food drops during Operation Chowhound, early May 1945. The RAF ran Operation Manna that dropped even more food to the starving Dutch. Page 1 of 2.A message from the starving people of Holland to the US Air Force for food drops during Operation Chowhound, early May 1945. The RAF ran Operation Manna that dropped even more food to the starving Dutch. Page 2 of 2.Groundcrew of No. 514 Squadron of Lancaster bombers at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, England loading food parcels into an airplane’s bomb bay for dropping on the Netherlands during Operation Manna, May 1945.
A British Lancaster bomber dropping food parcels for the starving residents of Ypenburg, Netherlands as part of Operation Manna, May 1945.A message from the starving people of Holland to the US Air Force for food drops during Operation Chowhound, early May 1945. The RAF ran Operation Manna that dropped even more food to the starving Dutch. Page 1 of 2.A message from the starving people of Holland to the US Air Force for food drops during Operation Chowhound, early May 1945. The RAF ran Operation Manna that dropped even more food to the starving Dutch. Page 2 of 2.Groundcrew of No. 514 Squadron of Lancaster bombers at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, England loading food parcels into an airplane’s bomb bay for dropping on the Netherlands during Operation Manna, May 1945.
B-17G Fortress “Liquid-8-Or” of 569th Bomb Squadron dropping cases of “10 in 1” rations into Holland during Operation Chowhound aimed at breaking the famine in western Holland, May 1 or 3 1945.
B-17G Fortress “Liquid-8-Or” of 569th Bomb Squadron dropping cases of “10 in 1” rations into Holland during Operation Chowhound aimed at breaking the famine in western Holland, May 1 or 3 1945.
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