Sequence of five target photographs taken at intervals from the same aircraft. All show open countryside with fields and roads. The nose of the bomb is visible on left edge centre in first image and further right in the second. A large area with many craters appears on the right in the third image and moves to the left in the last. Caption 'sequence number, W.S., 24.6.44, 8", 17000, 130 degrees, V., V., 617'. Sequence numbers 224 to 228. On the reverse in order '51:96/19, 20, 21, 22, 23'.
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Five b/w photographs
MCheshireGL72021-181210-050040, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050041, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050042, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050043, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050044, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050045, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050046, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050047, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050048, MCheshireGL72021-181210-050049
“Wizernes,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 20, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/16603.
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