Canadian Lancaster bomber KB-700 night raid bombing Berlin Germany
Berlin Germany Date:1943 Duration:4 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
Participation of Canadian Lancaster bomber over Berlin Germany in World War II. Lancaster bombers loaded with heavy bombs take off from England for the night time bombing. Scenes from dining hall of Victory Aircraft Plant in Malton Ontario Canada as workers learn about their "Q for Queenie" (nickname) first KB-700 Lancasters being used to bomb Berlin. Views from inside Lancaster bomber aircraft as crews fly toward Berlin. Internal views of pilots, cockpit, bombardier area, navigator area. Flak and planes evading flak and anti aircraft fire from German ground forces. Views of the impact of bombing along with the explosion sound in background. Bright lights and flashes on ground as bombs impact and fires burn on ground in Berlin, as seen from Canadian Lancaster bomber flying overhead during mission. Radio conversation of pilots and ground men, explosion sound and the victory shouts heard in background.
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