Target photograph of St. Cyr, urban area, street patterns visible although largely obscured by smoke and dust from bomb explosions. Two sets of railway tracks from top right corner, four bomb explosions and many bomb craters. A red dot is visible on the middle-left of the frame. Captioned '5F', '5B' and '1486 SKELL 25.7.44 // 8" 10000' [arrow] 144° 1958. ST. CYR RD.D. 1x4000. 1x1000. 14x500. C27secs. F/O CURPHEY .D. 50. On the reverse '[underlined] F/O CURPHEY 25.7.44 St. Cyr. [/underlined]' '350 yds' '090° '
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Great Britain. Royal Air Force, “St. Cyr,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 6, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/6677.
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