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  • Tags: incendiary device

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Report form the Commander, District 1, Land Division regarding violations of Swiss airspace on night of 12/13 July 1943 when all areas covered by the Territorial Inspectorate of District 1 received alerts which began at 00.06 and continued until…

Andreas H and Emma H's account of the events at Schomburgstraße 10 (Rheinischer Hof Hotel), Bahnhofstraße 19 and Lutherplatz 7.

Andreas N's account of the events at the City Cleaning Department, Franzgraben 85.

Anna A's account of the events at Hohenzollernstraße nos. 26 and 28, Hindenburg-platz.

Anna D's account of the events at Hohenzollernstraße nos. 137 ½ and 139, Wehlheider Straße 6.

Anna K's account of the events at Wittichstraße 49.

Anton J's account of the events at Kassel-Kirchditmold, Opferhof 3.

August Keppler's account of the events at Obere Karlsstraße 12/14 (Old Townhall, Public Welfare Office).

Auguste Müller's account of the events at Turmgasse 4/Königsplatz 36 ½ (Wiedersichscher Keller), Königsplatz.

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Men, women and children flee in panic surrounded by fire and destruction. One man falls to the ground near a pylon. Two ships are visible in the background and the nearer of the two has taken a direct hit and exploded in flames. At the top of the…

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Three newspaper cuttings describing attacks on Essen, Harburg oil refinery, Spitfire and Typhoon attacks on bridges and Aschaffenburg. They are captioned 'Nov 11th 1944'.

Miss Clara A's account of the events at Heckershäuser Straße 10 and Main Cemetery.

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Instructions how to deal with a new type of small incendiary the Royal Air Force started to use. Advice includes: do not use water; put all the incendiaries in a hole dug in the ground; ask the assistance of the Unione Nazionale Protezione Antiaerea…

Director Seidel's account of the events at Mittelgasse 31.

Dorothea P and Martha St's account of the events at Franziskusstraße 1, Wildemannsgasse 30.

Emil E's account of the events at Schäfergasse 21, Müllergasse, Pferdemarkt.

Emilie Niemeyer's account of the events at Hafenstraße 37.

Erich Thom and Karl B's account of the events at Mombachstraße 10/12 (abattoir)/Leipziger Straße 79.

Police Sergeant Franz Aschemann's account of the events at Königstraße 74.

Franz Kramer's account of the events at Königsplatz, main post office, Lutherplatz.

Friedrich Rost's account of the events at Hinter der Waage 8, Wildemannsgasse 19, pub ‘Zur Pinne’.

Fritz Köhler's account of the events at Bahnhofstraße 11, Große Rosenstraße.

Mr Jakob Gockel's account of the events at Oberste Gasse 43.
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