Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 26, No 5

CAMOUFLAGE AND DESTRUCTION CAMOUFLAGED LAKE NEAR HANOVER This photograph taken after the capture of Hanover shows a big lake south of the city which had been camouflaged with sham trees and floating wood slats strung together to give an appearance of earth. DEVASTATION WROUGHT BY THE R.A.E. Another photograph taken on 11th April 1945 after the capture of Hanover showing the widespread devastation caused by R.A.F. bombing ot a large factorv and railyard in the centre of city-the
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