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Messerschmitt Me 210 A-1 “2N+LT” Crash Landed at Gerbini

Messerschmitt Me 210 A-1 “2N+LT” Crash Landed at Gerbini

#59 Squadron was formed at Narborough Airfield in Norfolk on 1 August 1916 as a squadron of the Royal Flying Corps. On 13 February 1917, the Squadron crossed the English Channel, deploying to Saint-Omer in northern France to operate in the army co-operation role, equipped with Royal Aircraft Factory R.E.8s. During the Second World War it was attached to RAF Fighter Command (1937–1940), Bomber Command (taking part in the Millennium II raid on Bremen) and Coastal Command (1940–1945). After the…

#59 Squadron was formed at Narborough Airfield in Norfolk on 1 August 1916 as a squadron of the Royal Flying Corps. On 13 February 1917, the Squadron crossed the English Channel, deploying to Saint-Omer in northern France to operate in the army co-operation role, equipped with Royal Aircraft Factory R.E.8s. During the Second World War it was attached to RAF Fighter Command (1937–1940), Bomber Command (taking part in the Millennium II raid on Bremen) and Coastal Command (1940–1945). After the…

APR 25 1945 The Royal Scots Fusiliers enter Bremen - See more at: http://ww2today.com/Former slave workers in Bremen welcome the arrival of British Churchill tanks, 25 April 1945. BU 4309 Part of WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit Midgley (Sgt)

APR 25 1945 The Royal Scots Fusiliers enter Bremen - See more at: http://ww2today.com/Former slave workers in Bremen welcome the arrival of British Churchill tanks, 25 April 1945. BU 4309 Part of WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit Midgley (Sgt)

A reconstructed Second World War bunker in Bremen, Germany, Rainer Mielke

A reconstructed Second World War bunker in Bremen, Germany, Rainer Mielke

Oblique aerial view of part of the devastated Walle district of Bremen, looking south-east towards the Altstadt. Note the large, undamaged, public air-raid shelter (Luftschutzbunker), standing on Zwinglistrasse in the foreground. Between the nights of 17/18 May 1940 and 22/23 April 1945, Bomber Command dropped over 12,800 tons of bombs on the city. CL 3259 Part of AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL  Royal Air Force official photographer

Oblique aerial view of part of the devastated Walle district of Bremen, looking south-east towards the Altstadt. Note the large, undamaged, public air-raid shelter (Luftschutzbunker), standing on Zwinglistrasse in the foreground. Between the nights of 17/18 May 1940 and 22/23 April 1945, Bomber Command dropped over 12,800 tons of bombs on the city. CL 3259 Part of AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL Royal Air Force official photographer

Lorry-mounted 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns in action against German positions in Bremen, 26 April 1945. BU 4428 Part of WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit Crocker (Sgt)

Lorry-mounted 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns in action against German positions in Bremen, 26 April 1945. BU 4428 Part of WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit Crocker (Sgt)

German prisoners, led by senior naval officers, are marched into captivity in Bremen, 26 April 1945. In the background is a huge reinforced concrete air-raid shelter.

German prisoners, led by senior naval officers, are marched into captivity in Bremen, 26 April 1945. In the background is a huge reinforced concrete air-raid shelter.

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