On the left an aerial inclined photograph of a city on two sides of a river. The river flows from centre right to left with three inlets leading to two waterways on the far side. The whole land area is covered with buildings with some in the foreground showing signs of damage. Just left of centre at the bottom is the top of a tower. Captioned 'Hamburg'.

On the right an aerial inclined photograph of two waterways leading to a river with industrial buildings in the foreground and a city on the far bank. Buildings in the foreground are badly damaged. A road running parallel to the left waterway has a few vehicles on it. On the far bank, four towers/church spires, one in the centre and three to the right stand above the city buildings. There are some large metal structures on the nearside of the river. Captioned 'Hamburg'.

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Two b/w photographs mounted on an album page


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