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Flak Tower Hamburg - well served its purpose, better to hid....

Flak Tower Hamburg - so much for a bomb shelter, better to go gray.

App in die Geschichte. Freizeit/Erholung in der Nachkriegszeit.- "Badeleben" am Wassertümpel vor dem zerstörten Bunker am Zoo, Berlin 1945

“ The demolition of Berlin’s Zoo flak tower, known in german as the Flakturm Tiergarten, Zoo Tower. One of the few flak towers successfully destroyed, as the rest, mostly outside of.

Vintage photographs of battleships, battlecruisers and cruisers.: Birdseye view of the battleship USS Missouri in No...

16 inch 'Iowa' class battleship, USS Missouri in 1951 - the most famous of the four sisters (all of which survive) because the Japanese surrender was signed aboard her on 2 September They were probably the best battleships ever built.

Two Men With Vintage Tank 1916 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Two Men With Vintage Tank 1916 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Original vintage old photos reproduced into contemporary prints. All photographs are chemically processed in photo labs and in great condition. Two Men With Vintage Tank 1916 Vintage Reprint Of O

Aerial view of German flak tower, giving some idea of why these bunkers proved so difficult to destroy, both during and after WW2. Expensive to demolish, many were converted to new roles in the Cold War.

Aerial view of German flak tower, giving some idea of why these bunkers proved so difficult to destroy, both during and after Expensive to demolish, many were converted to new roles in the Cold War.

Waffen-SS machine gunners wearing camouflage face veils. Incorrectly deemed 'sniper veils' by collectors the Waffen-SS issued these indiscriminate of any specialty for the sole purpose of effective camouflage. The Germans made heavy use of camouflage clothing during WW2. More so than any other Army of the time.

AVREs were used to transport fascines - large bundles of wooden sticks and other materials used to bridge gaps in the ground. The AVRE woul…

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Anti-aircraft guns atop the Zoo Flak Tower.

These three enormous flak towers guarded a German Marine base near Angers France. Each tower would have been armed with several large caliber and small caliber anti-aircraft guns including the much feared 88 mm Flak gun. The towers were destroyed by Allied air attacks as General Pattons 3rd Army advanced East.

These three enormous flak towers guarded a German Marine base near Angers France. Each tower would have been armed with several large caliber and small caliber anti-aircraft guns including the much feared 88 mm Flak gun. The towers were destroyed by Allie

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