A vertical aerial photograph showing several new breaches in the sea defences with areas of land in process of being flooded. Submitted with caption; “Sea wall broken at Flushing.” Fort Rammekens is at the top of the photograph, with village of Ritthem to the bottom. A large six sided grass covered structure, possibly a fortification, can be seen towards the bottom of the photograph, surrounded by floodwater. A bomb crater can be seen in the middle of this structure together with many other bomb craters scattered over the adjacent farmland
One b/w photograph
IBCC Digital Archive
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