Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 23 No. 21

BACK FROM A VISIT TO FRANKFORT The crew of “U for Uncle” leaving their aircraft after taking part in an attack on Frankfort, a centre of Germany’s chemical and precision engineering industry, on l!)th March, 1044. Fires were raised over a large area of the city. HEAVY FLAK GREETS FLYING FORTRESSES OVER BERLIN Flying Fortresses of the U.S. 8th Air Force dying through a flak-filled sky in an attack on Berlin on 6th March, 1044. Of the large formations which took part in this first big daylight raid on Berlin 68 were lost, but 176 enemv fighters were destroyed 48 ?.l
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