Aerial view of a German town Regensburg in Bavaria. The houses and buildings of the town surrounded by a river. Railway yard and marshaling area destroyed by bombing from the Allied bombers. Wrecked wagons and freight cars, shattered railway tracks. Harbor at Regensburg with sunken boats. Buildings on banks of river, bridge on the river.
U.S. infantrymen and trucks advance in Regensburg, Germany during World War II. Infantrymen and trucks of U.S. 65th Division cross a bridge, drive along streets and outskirts of the town.
German civilians in Regensburg, Germany during World War II. Wrecked cars in a railroad yard. German civilians search through the railroad cars picking out clothing, food and other useful articles. The civilians clear an earthen roadblock under an archway, shoveling rocks into carts. Captured German WAC (Women's Army Corps) and other prisoners.
The town of Regensburg, Germany during World War II. Germans, Russians and Poles search through wrecked railroad cars picking out clothing, food and other useful articles.
German officials surrender in Regensburg, Germany during World War II. German and U.S. officers during surrender proceedings in a town square. Officials include U.S. Colonel Frank Dunkerly of Lawrence, Kansas and a German Major who commanded the city garrison and others.
Fighter aircraft of the United States Army Air Force flying over countryside of Regensburg, Germany after World War II. A number of P-47 Thunderbolt planes flying in a formation. Agricultural farmlands and dense trees as seen flying above them. The pilot in one of the planes.