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PRobertsEJH1711.jpg
A vertical aerial photograph of Bruntingthorpe. An approximate scale and a north arrow has been annotated on the image. Also at the bottom is ' 5 BTPE 14.6.43//5" 13,000

PAllenBW1805.jpg
Reconnaissance photograph of a small town in an agricultural location. A river is winding through the left hand side of the photograph, and a road runs top to bottom. Between the road and the river is a railway line. Several trains can be seen in a…

PFordTA17030001.jpg
A vertical aerial photograph of Le Havre during bombing operations. The land is mainly obscured by explosions but breakwaters and docks are visible. Digue Augustin Normand is shown at the top of the image, with Bassin de la Manche and Le Havre port…

PFordTA17030002.jpg
Vertical aerial photograph of Harqueboc, Le Havre. Street patterns can be seen to the left and top right of the photograph, located north-west of Harfleur. Annotated '1614 MEP 6.9.44// 8” 7,000 [arrow] 128[degrees] 1802 HARQUEBEC. N.11x1000, 4x500…

SKingEJ182986v10061.jpg
Six items, Edward's description of the operation to the railway centre, commenting on the thunderstorms encountered, his navigation plot, the expected H2S plot of the target with their track marked, a press cutting captioned 'Wrecked locomotives at…

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Seven items, Edward's description of the operation, his navigation plot, a map of Berlin. Press clippings captioned 'Vast areas of Berlin are like this' shows an area of about 280 acres showing the large amount of bomb damage. There is another press…

PPappinJ1701.jpg
A vertical aerial photograph of bombed buildings. These are two exhibition buildings of the Charlottenburg Fairgrounds adjacent to the Berlin Short Wave Radio transmitter. On the reverse is a typed note dated 18 April 1944 explaining the function of…

PPappinJ1703.jpg
Reconnaissance photograph of the short wave radio station at Charlottenburg, Berlin. Small amount of bomb damage is visible, with a few roofless buildings, The radio mast (Funkturm) can be seen by its shadow from its base at the right towards the…

PPappinJ1709.jpg
Two reconnaissance photographs of the Donges oil refinery, near Nantes in France before and after the bombing operations.
The photographs were released for publication in newspapers.
The second photograph shows extensive damage with many buildings,…

PPappinJ1713.jpg
An aerial reconnaissance photograph of the oil plant at Gelsenkirchen. On the reverse is a typed note with brief details about the operation. It was intended for publication in newspapers. Bomb craters are visible throughout the photograph with much…

PPappinJ1707.jpg
A reconnaissance photograph showing bomb damage to an industrial area of Naples centred on railway marshalling yard. Extensive bomb craters and damage to the railway yards and surrounding buildings is visible throughout. Ten numbers are marked on the…

PGreenLC1606.jpg
Oblique aerial photograph taken at low altitude of the canal and sluice gate in centre. Surrounding area is covered in bomb craters with occasional vehicle track. The canal, mainly drained and with no vessels visible, runs from top left to bottom…

PGreenLC1608.jpg
Oblique aerial photograph taken at low level showing port facilities, buildings, rail sidings and several vessels. The port is Bremerhaven. In the centre two waterways separated by a spur of land covered with dockyard buildings and cranes. On the…

PBubbGJ16010057.jpg
Target photograph of Nevers railway yards. Flak burst or photoflash obscures middle of photograph. Railway sidings and three roundhouses can be seen together with main railway line running from lower left to top right surrounded by built-up areas and…

POHaraHF16010002.jpg
Vertical aerial photograph of Angenteuil. Street pattern and buildings are visible, the cemetery is in the bottom-right corner. Anti-aircraft fire along bottom of photograph.Captioned ‘A O (x4) 12 NT 29/30/4/42 F/8” [arrow] TX

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Vertical aerial photograph of Romorantin-Pruniers aerodrome, identified with text ‘Romorantin-Pruniers 46° 19’N 1°41E’. The remainder of the photograph is rural with small villages except for the airfield area which has many buildings. An…

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Vertical aerial photograph of Aulnoye. The image is largely obscured by cloud or fires and anti-aircraft fire. The bottom half has roads and an urban area surrounded by fields. Captioned ‘608 WKY 10/11.4.44 //NT 8” 9000 [arrow] 030° 0221 …

POHaraHF16010010.jpg
Vertical aerial photograph of Hannover. The image is largely clear with only one flare in the top left. Street patterns and buildings are clearly visible. Captioned ‘2. J (Z6) 12 NT 26-27/1/42 F/8” [arrow] TX’

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Vertical aerial photograph of Bremen Hemelingen. The image is largely clear with only one flare in the centre left. A large river bisects the image and in the top are docks. Street patterns and buildings are clearly visible. At the bottom it is…

POHaraHF16010014.jpg
Vertical aerial photograph of Rouen. Street patterns are visible but most of the image is obscured by flares or anti-aircraft fire. Captioned at top right ‘4B 4B’. Captioned along the bottom ‘[undecipherable] Wky 18/19-4-44 //NT 8” 8400’…

POHaraHF16010023.jpg
Vertical aerial photograph of Gennevilliers. The image is of factories and dockyards. Annotated ‘Column of smoke from Goodrich factory’, ‘Power station’ and ‘Craters?’ Captioned ‘1. O (X4) 12 NT 29/30/4/42 F/8” [arrow] TX’. On the…

POHaraHF16010031.jpg
Vertical aerial photograph of Rostock. Most detail is obscured by anti-aircraft fire. The Unterwarnow adnd the Altstadt are partially visible. Captioned ‘1. T(Y5) 12 NT 26/27/4/42 F/8” [arrow] TX’.

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Aerial photograph of large military camp, showing it before and after bombing. A railway line runs in from the right centre of the photograph and terminates in upper centre, having split into three lines. There is a train in situ on the main line.…

PCavalierRG17010012.jpg
Photograph 1 and 2 are sequential vertical aerial photographs of the marshalling yards at Arras. They are partly obscured by smoke. They are numbered 5018 and 5017 and captioned 'RS 636 88 30.APR44//D14" → 10,000'Z'. Captioned: '30 April 1944,…

PCavalierRG17010013.jpg
Photograph 1 is of a vertical of Colombelles steel works marshalling yard. Much of the ground is obscured by cloud and bomb explosions. There is a Boston with invasion stripes in the top half of the image. It is annotated '5018 F342 134 22 Jun 44…
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