Newspaper Cuttings after the attacks on Pont Remy, Le Havre and Frankfurt

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Title

Newspaper Cuttings after the attacks on Pont Remy, Le Havre and Frankfurt

Description

Five cuttings from newspapers.
Item 1 refers to a raid on Northern France on 31 August 1944 (annotation).
Item 2 is a comment from Sir Arthur Harris praising the accurate bombing of the German garrison at Le Havre, September 1944.
Item 3 is a cutting with an oblique photo of the bombing of Le Havre.
Item 4 is a cutting announcing the surrender of the German garrison at Le Havre to the Canadian First Army. A photo shows the town taken from a low hill.
Item 5 is a cutting referring to a raid on the rail yard to the west of Frankfurt and at Stuttgart.
There is a second scan of the same page to include all the text.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1944-08

Rights

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Format

Five newspaper cuttings on an album page

Language

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Identifier

PFordTA17040003, PFordTA17040004

Temporal Coverage

Citation

“Newspaper Cuttings after the attacks on Pont Remy, Le Havre and Frankfurt,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed October 22, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/23973.

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