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Naloty dywanowe RAF-u podczas II wojny światowej (31)

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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, all that remains of the bridge of the unfinished 12,000 ton Hansa liner Argenfels, with a Canadian Liberty ship and wrecked quays in the background in Hamburg, July 1945. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, Herr Ernst Stade and his wife still have to live in their house in the Winckel Strasse in spite of only having three walls, in Hamburg, May 15, 1945. Germany is trying to get back to a semblance of normal life now that the Allied Military Government is taking charge. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo is an aerial view of the RAF's major attack on Heligoland and the devastation caused to the naval base and fortress island, April 18, 1945. (AP Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, the airfield on the island of Dune, disappearing under a deluge of bombs as aircraft of RAF bomber command attacked this target, April 18, 1945. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, the airfield on the island of Dune is shown as it was on April 18, 1945, before the attack of the same day by the RAF. Smoke screens have been started in an effort to confuse air reconnaissance. (AP Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo shows an air view of the industrial town and railway center of Kassel, Germany, showing evidence of devastation and destruction, April 1945. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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This photo, provided by the U.S. Army Air Force, shows smoke rising from hits from American artillery in the German town of Hoenningen, March 28, 1945. A U.S. 9th Army Air Force reconnaissance pilot made this photo while flying over the area, serving as an artillery observer. (AP Photo/U.S. Army Air Force)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, the German armaments and railway town of Hildesheim burns after it was attacked in daylight, March 22, 1945 by RAF bomber command. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, RAF reconnaissance shows heavily damaged and crater-pitted wreckage of the Hemmingstedt Heide oil refinery after attacks by the U.S. and the RAF heavy bombers, March 1945. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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An Allied tank rumbles along the Adolf Hitlerstrasse, the longest street in Kleve, Germany, after the British and Canadian forces had captured the enemy stronghold on the northern sector of the Siegfried Line defenses, Feb. 20, 1945. The tangled mass of debris and wreckage, lining both sides of the road, resulted from the fierce fighting that took place. (AP Photo/Pool/Eddie Worth)
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A patrol of British troops cautiously advances through the wrecked streets of Kleve, Germany, Feb. 16, 1945, in search of enemy snipers, as they mop up the German stronghold in the northern sector of the western front. (AP Photo/Wartime Pool/Eddie Worth)
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Two British anti-tank gunners man their weapon in a rubble-strewn street of Kleve, Germany, after British and Canadian troops entered the stonghold on the northern sector of the western front, Feb. 16, 1945. (AP Photo/Pool/Eddie Worth)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, bombs fall right across the target during the RAF attack on the oil refinery and fuel storage dump on the west bank of the Rhine at Helden, near Emmerich, Feb. 2, 1945. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by BIPPA, reconnaissance air view of the Hemmingstedt oil refinery after it was attacked by B-24 Liberators of the 44th group, Second Air Division, Jan. 14, 1945. Attack was one of several against oil targets made by the U.S. Eighth Air Force. (AP Photo/BIPPA)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, the small town of Julich, made by the Germans into a strong fortress and an obstacle for the Allies, is shown after RAF bombardment, and shown two days later, Nov. 18, 1944. The town center is completely destroyed and the main road over the River Rur, at extreme right, is half destroyed. Many buildings were still burning when photo was made. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, an RAF Lancaster is shown over Heinsberg during a daylight attack by the RAF, Nov. 16, 1944. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by the U.S. Air Force, the 8th Air Force dropped concentrations of bombs on the vital choke points of the Herford rail marshalling yards 35 miles southeast of Osnabruck, Germany, Nov. 1944. The Luftwaffe lost 129 planes from the attack on this and other targets. (AP Photo/U.S. Air Force)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, the devastated town of Kleve, just inside the German border northeast of the Netherlands, shows massive destruction, Oct. 1944. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo from British Official Photo, a month before the Normandy landings, Mosquito aircraft of bomber command laid mines in the Kiel Canal, the most heavily defended waterway in the world, pictured July 6, 1944. As a result it was estimated that not less than one million metric tons of cargo to and from overseas and about half that amount of coastwise cargo was held up. Air view is of the Kiel Canal, made by RAF reconnaissance aircraft. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo shows the Gewerkschaft-Rheinpreussen synthetic oil plant at Hamburg, Germany showing extensive damage following RAF bombing raid of July 1944. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, pages from the final assessment of bomb damage report of Hamburg, Germany are pictured, Sept. 2, 1943. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by the 8th Air Force B.C. Photographic Unit, in 3 1/2 minutes, more than 400 tons of bombs were rained upon Germany's great synthetic rubber plant at Huls by the Eighth Air Force Flying Fortresses. Photo was made weeks after the attack, showing extensive damage, Sept. 1943. (AP Photo/U.S. Air Force/Lt. J.M. Alcorn)
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In this photo provided by U.S. Official Photograph, Nazi smoke screen doesn't stop U.S.'s Flying Fortresses from bombardment of U-boat yards at Kiel, Aug. 1943. (AP Photo/U.S. Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by the U.S. Army Signal Corps and made from U.S.A.A.F. Flying Fortress during a heavy raid on the big Germany synthetic rubber factory at Huls in the Ruhr district, show heavy damage by fire and blasts, June 24, 1943. (AP Photo/U.S. Army Signal Corps)
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In this photo provided by the U.S. Army Signal Corps and made from U.S.A.A.F. Flying Fortress during a heavy raid on the big Germany synthetic rubber factory at Huls in the Ruhr district, show heavy damage by fire and blasts, June 24, 1943. (AP Photo/U.S. Army Signal Corps)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, RAF reconnaissance aircraft made this picture of Kiel after heavy daylight attack by the U.S. Air Force Flying Fortresses on German shipbuilding yards, May 14, 1943. A - 2 capsized U-boats. B - damage to erecting and test shop. C - 4 covered slips damaged. D - damage to shipwright's sheds E - demolished straightening and tracing out sheds. F - boiler house damage G - boiler shop damage. H - brass and iron foundry damage. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this U.S. Official Photograph made from the U.S. Eighth Air Force heavy bombers over the U-boat and shipbuilding yards at Kiel, Germany, smoke rises as bombs find their targets, May 1943. (AP Photo/U.S. Official Photo)
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This photo provided by British Official Photo shows aftermath of attack by the U.S. Air Force attack during daylight hours over Kiel, May 1943. A - severe damage to timber stores and saw mill of the Germania Shipbuilding Yard and B - damage to buildings in the south yard of the Deutsch Werke A.G. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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In this photo provided by British Official Photo, the industrial center of Kassel, Germany is pictured after flooding caused by the destruction of the Eder dam, 30 miles upstream, May 1943. Numbers correspond to these sites: 1 - River Fulda. 2 - a road bridge. 3 - Draht Bridge. 4 - Konigs Platz. 5 - Unter Neustadt. 6 - Friedriche Platz. 7 - Karlswiese Platz. 8 - Wolfsanger district. 9 - Fulda River flooding. 10 - other flooded areas. 11 & 12 - submerged main roads. 13 - Flooded railway tracks. 14 - Karlsane Park. 15 - flooded fields. 16 - power station. 17 - river docks. (AP Photo/British Official Photo)
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Havoc wrought in a section of apartments in Hamburg, Germany by British bombers is evident after a night air raid, Oct. 12, 1940. (AP Photo)
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Havoc wrought in a section of apartments in Hamburg, Germany by British bombers is evident after a night air raid, Oct. 12, 1940. (AP Photo)
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