A vertical aerial photograph of Koblenz in early 1945 showing widespread damage to buildings with large areas completely destroyed. Bomb craters can be seen in several places. A railway marshalling yard is to centre left and the railway lines then curve to the top and bottom of the image. The two bridges crossing the Moselle River are the Neue Moselbrücke road bridge, which appears undamaged at this time and to its right, the railway bridge.
One b/w photograph on an album page
IBCC Digital Archive
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