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HERE WE SEE the SAD ENDING of the entire crew of the B-24 that LOST its tail HIT by ANTI AIR BOMBING over Germany in 1944

B 24 shot down by German Me 262 jet fighter, April Despite its hopeless situation the Luftwaffe remained a dangerous opponent till the end.

5Nov 1944 B-17G Ludwigshafen Flak - Kruegerwaffen

The American "Powerful Poodle" takes a direct hit from flak over Ludwigshafen, Germany during her tenth, and last, sortie. She went down at Nov. All of the crew were killed. Note the bombs falling from the plane above her.

Consolidated B-24J-90-CO Liberator Serial number 42-100353 703rd Bomb Squadron, 445th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force. Crash landed in a field near Metfield,Norfolk,England on March 8,1944.

Consolidated s/n Bomb Squadron, Bomb Group, crash landed in a field near Metfield, Norfolk, March

Fuel tanks of the B-24H Liberator “Little Warrior” with the 861st Bomb Squadron explode over Fallersleben, Germany after anti-aircraft hit, ...

[Photo] Fuel tanks of the B-24H Liberator “Little Warrior” with the 861st Bomb Squadron explode over Fallersleben, Germany after anti-aircraft hit, Jun 29 1944. Photo taken by Clifford A Stocking, waist gunner on “Green Hornet.”

The fuel tanks of the Liberator “Little Warrior” explode over Germany after being hit by anti-aircraft guns in 1944

B-17 named "Miss Irish" from the "Bloody 100th" Bomb Group continues its mission  despite massive damage in the painting "Milk Run" by Nixon Galloway.

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Německý sniper z jednotky Gebirgsjäger si čistí svojí pušku Mauser 98k během italské kampaně na Gotské línii podél vrcholů Apeninů. Emilia-Romagna, Itálie. Září 1944. A German sniper from a Gebirgsjäger unit cleans his Mauser 98k rifle during the Italian Campaign on the Gothic Line along the summits of the Apennines. Emilia-Romagna, Italy. September 1944.

A German Gebirgsjäger mountain trooper prepares his Karabiner sniper rifle atop a vantage point overlooking the Western Front.

B17 'flying fortresses' -- more than 160 of them at the site of this photo alone. This shows the might that the Germans had to deal with when the US got involved in WW2 whole hog. Just imagine 1000 of these overhead at one time...

'flying fortresses' -- more than 160 of them at the site of this photo alone. This shows the might that the Germans had to deal with when the US got involved in whole hog. Just imagine 1000 of these overhead at one time.

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