Wrecked aircraft and damaged hangars at the Reims airport after Allied bombings during World War II.
Reims France Date:1945 Duration:2 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Results of air assaults by the British Royal and U.S. Eighth Air Forces over German-occupied France during Wolrd War II. The principal French airport at Reims, used by the Germans as a major fighter and bomber base mostly for FW 190s and Ju 88s. Wrecked aircraft on ground, in dispersal areas and under collapsing roofs of hangars and repair shops after the American aerial attack. Roads between installation filled with debris. Bomb smashed concrete runways and work areas lie in ruins. Allied soldiers and workers survey the rubble. Damaged hangars and equipment. Wrecked aircraft. Allied officers on a heap of debris. They inspect the damaged equipment and aircraft parts. Soldiers survey the damaged buildings.
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