Berlin 1945

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Destroyed anti-aircraft guns atop the Zoo Flak Tower,

After the war

The Elephant Gate

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Ruins of the KaDeWe department store at Wittenbergplatz. 1944

Ruins of the KaDeWe department store at Wittenbergplatz. 1944 Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

The wreckage of a crashed Focke-Wulf fighter in the bomb and artillery blasted Berlin wasteland near the abandoned Reichstag parliament building, seen in the background Neue Wache, Focke Wulf Fw 190, Kaiser Wilhelm, Luftwaffe, Second World, Berlin Germany, World War Two, Historical Photos, Wwii

Обломки немецкого истребителя Fw 190 на фоне Рейхстага

Обломки перевернутого немецкого истребителя Фокке-Вульф Fw 190 на фоне Рейхстага. Оригинальная военная фотография.

Berlin in Trümmern. Reichstag in den Inschriften Germany Europe, Berlin Germany, World War Two, Old World, Berlin Today, War Image, Total War, The Third Reich, Over The River

Берлин в руинах. Рейхстаг в надписях.

Берлин в руинах. Рейхстаг в надписях.

view of the destroyed building of the Rudolph Mosse publishing house at Jerusalemer Straße - undated - Photographer: Martin Badekow - Vintage property of ullstein bild Germany Europe, Berlin Germany, Dresden Bombing, World War Ii, France, Wwii, Abandoned, Battle, Total War

view of the destroyed building of the Rudolph Mosse publishing house...

view of the destroyed building of the Rudolph Mosse publishing house at Jerusalemer Straße 46-49/Schuetzenstraße 18-25 - undated - Photographer: Martin Badekow - Vintage property of ullstein bild

MAY 16 1945 Berliners learn to accommodate the Red Army. An aerial (oblique) photograph taken from a De Havilland Mosquito of the RAF Film and Photographic Unit showing badly damaged buildings in the area between Friedrich Hain and Lichtenberg, Berlin. Berlin 1945, Berlin Germany, Germany Ww2, Ww2 Photos, Berlin Photos, History Magazine, Red Army, Aerial View, World War Ii

1945 Berlin - Zerstörte Häuser zwischen Friedrichshain und Lichtenberg

Continuing with the series of fascinating images taken by a Royal Engineer of the 7th Armoured Division – the Desert Rats – this time we follow him down the Unter Den Linden – the… Neue Wache, Calm After The Storm, Kaiser Wilhelm, Royal Engineers, Museum, Berlin Germany, World War Two, Wwii, Battle

A Walk Down The Unter Den Linden 1945

Continuing with the series of fascinating images taken by a Royal Engineer of the 7th Armoured Division – the Desert Rats – this time we follow him down the Unter Den Linden – the…

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Berlin 1945

MAY 16 1945 Berliners learn to accommodate the Red Army. An aerial (oblique) photograph taken from a De Havilland Mosquito of the RAF Film and Photographic Unit showing badly damaged buildings in the area between Friedrich Hain and Lichtenberg, Berlin. Berlin 1945, Berlin Germany, Germany Ww2, Ww2 Photos, Berlin Photos, History Magazine, Red Army, Aerial View, World War Ii

This Day in WWII History: Mar 4, 1941: Britain launches Operation Claymore & in 1944: Eighth Air Force bombs Berlin

Mar 4, 1941: Britain launches Operation Claymore The British navy raids a German position off the coast of Norway and inside the Arctic Circle—the Lofoten Islands. The raid, code name Operation Claymore, proved highly destructive of its target—an armed German trawler—but ultimately a failure in achieving its objective, the capture of an Enigma decoding machine. The Brits severely damaged the trawler, called the Krebs, and killed 14 German sailors, took another 25 prisoner, and destroyed the…