Destruction of infrastructure in Berlin after World War II. Bomb damage to the interior of the Anhalter Bahnhof station in Berlin. Rubble piled up in a square. Damaged railroad tracks at the station. Demolished buildings in the background.
Destroyed infrastructure in Berlin after World War II. A sign reads Unter Den Linden on subway entrance in Berlin. Bomb damage to roof and interior of the Anhalter Bahnhof Station. German civilians on foot and in vehicles on the streets.
A bombed station in Berlin, Germany due to Allied air raids during World War II. Bombed Anhalter station. Railway tracks in the foreground. Wrecked trains cars. A view of the damaged and bombed station. Twisted steel girders at the station. A damaged wall of the station. People walk on the platform. A wrecked train car
Aftermath of World War 2 in Berlin, Germany. Aerial views of bomb damage caused to the buildings in the city of Berlin including Reichstag and Tiergarden. Damage caused to Postdamer railroad station, Brandenburg Arch and other railroad stations as a result of Allied bombings during World War II. Anhalter railroad station and marshalling yards in its vicinity.
Bombed buildings in Berlin, Germany shortly after the end of World War II in Europe. Berliners walking along sidewalks past skeletons of bombed out buildings in Berlin, in July, 1945. Rubble has been cleared from sidewalks and streets, but is piled up alongside. Two women ride in a horse-drawn wagon, carrying what appear to be household goods. The damaged Potsdamer Bahnhof railway terminus station. People in the foreground. Ruins of damaged buildings in the area of Potsdamer Platz. Lettering atop the railroad station building reads 'Potsdamer Bahnhof'. Rubble strewn on both sides of the street, and pedestrians pass by along with a few horse drawn wagons. No motor vehicles are seen.
Aftermath of World War 2 in Berlin, Germany. Aerial views of a large Siemens factory damaged by Allied bombings during World War II. Anhalter rail road station in the heart of Berlin and the damage caused by Allied bombings. Unter Den Linden and Brandenburg Arch. Marshalling yards in the city and Reichstag building.