In district 8 komen er opstanden waar bij er doden vallen.

Berlin November In Germany the Berlin wall comes down and after more than 40 years becomes 1 nation again.

The Bombing of Dresden was an attack on the city of Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony, that took place in the final months of the Second World War in the European Theatre. In four raids between 13 and 15 February 1945.

The Bombing of Dresden was an attack on the city of Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony, that took place in the final months of the Second World War in the European Theatre. In four raids between 13 and 15 February

February 13/14 1945: Dresden was a hospital city for wounded soldiers. Together with the 600.000 refugees from Breslau, Dresden was filled with nearly 1.2 million people. More than 700.000 phosphorus bombs were dropped on 1.2 million people. One bomb for every 2 people. The temperature in the centre of the city reached 1600 centigrade.  But those who perished in the centre of the city can't be traced, their ashes were gone with the winds of fire. Approximately 125.000 children, women, the…

February 13/14 1945: Dresden was a hospital city for wounded soldiers. Together with the 600.000 refugees from Breslau, Dresden was filled with nearly 1.2 million people. More than 700.000 phosphorus bombs were dropped on 1.2 million people. One bomb for every 2 people. The temperature in the centre of the city reached 1600 centigrade. But those who perished in the centre of the city can't be traced, their ashes were gone with the winds of fire. Approximately 125.000 children, women, the…

The ruins of Berlin in July 1945

[Destruction] The ruins of Berlin in July 1945 [2741 x 2120]

vintage everyday: Color Photographs of Berlin in Summer of after Bombing in World War II

After the Allied terror bombing of Dresden in World War II, a German mother in death stares at her charcoaled twins in a baby carriage.

After the Allied terror bombing of Dresden in World War II, a German mother in death stares at her charcoaled twins in a baby carriage.

secteur Allemagne Berlin soviétique: vue du bâtiment détruit de la maison d'édition Rudolph Mosse à Jerusalemer Straße 46-49 / Schuetzenstrasse 18-25 - non datée - Photographe: Martin Badekow - propriété Vintage de ullstein bild

Germany Berlin Soviet sector: view of the destroyed building of the Rudolph Mosse publishing house at Jerusalemer Straße - undated - Photographer: Martin Badekow - Vintage property of ullstein bild

The Candy Bombers and the Berlin Airlift

Stalin shuts down access roads to West Berlin, US Airlift supplies, wins PR battle --avoids direct military confrontation.

Berlin 1946 Friedrichswerdersche Kirche

Friedrichswerdersche Kirche built by F. View of the west facade after bombing in World War, to the right ruins of the Bauakademie by Schinkel.

The ruins of Dresden providing the inspiration for a backdrop.

the Gothic cathedral at St Lô, Normandy - as it was left in ruins by WWII - Ruskin's exquisite sketches of the building from the century help capture what was lost by the bombing

Air raids: Dresden can be seen in flames following allied bombings in February 1945

'I would have destroyed Dresden again': Bomber Harris was unrepentant over German city raids 30 years after the end of World War Two

Air raids: Dresden can be seen in flames following allied bombings in February 1945

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