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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 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 1943
Hitler Youth firefighters in action, Düsseldorf, Germany, 25 Aug 1943Schweinfurt, Germany during Allied bombing, 1943
Hitler 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 near Eilbektal Park (background) and the intersection of Eilbeker Weg and Rückertstraße (center of photo), Hamburg, Germany, circa 1944-1945
B-17F Flying Fortress bombers bombing Bremen, Germany through clouds with the aid of radar, 13 Nov 1943Aerial view of burned out buildings near Eilbektal Park (background) and the intersection of Eilbeker Weg and Rückertstraße (center of photo), Hamburg, Germany, circa 1944-1945
Hitler 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
Hitler 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
Battle damaged B-17G Fortress “Bertie Lee” after belly landing at RAF Waltham (Grimsby), Lincolnshire, England following a mission to Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland), 11 Apr 1944. See comment below for details.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”
Battle damaged B-17G Fortress “Bertie Lee” after belly landing at RAF Waltham (Grimsby), Lincolnshire, England following a mission to Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland), 11 Apr 1944. See comment below for details.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 '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 4
B-17G Fortress B-17G Fortress
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 3 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 4 of 4
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, 1945
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, 1945
Heilbronn, Germany in ruins, 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.
Heilbronn, Germany in ruins, 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.
Mannheim in ruins, early 1945Reconnaissance photo of 8th Air Force bomb damage to Berlin, Germany; taken Feb 3 1945
Mannheim in ruins, early 1945Reconnaissance photo of 8th Air Force bomb damage to Berlin, Germany; taken Feb 3 1945

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