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1945 Berlin by William Vandivert

William Vandivert, Aerial view of bombed out buildings in Berlin, July 1945

An aerial view of damaged buildings between Friedrich Hain and Lichtenberg, Berlin 1945

MAY 16 1945 Berliners learn to accommodate the Red Army. An aerial (oblique) photograph taken from a De Havilland Mosquito of the RAF Film and Photographic Unit showing badly damaged buildings in the area between Friedrich Hain and Lichtenberg, Berlin.

Bilder von 1945 zeigen Berlin in Schutt und Asche. Heute, 70 Jahre später, hat ein Fotograf die Orte noch einmal besucht.

Berlin 1945 und heute

Bilder von 1945 zeigen Berlin in Schutt und Asche. Heute, 70 Jahre später, hat ein Fotograf die Orte noch einmal besucht.

Red Army officers near a burning palace.Location unknown.Western-Europe.WW2

Soviet army officer looking at the burning buildings, 1945

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"Troops of the Infantry Division of the Red Army strike a pose on the steps of the ruined Reichstag in Berlin. In the foreground, the boy in uniform is the adopted son of the division's Artemenkov Regiment, May

End of the war in Berlin 1945 - Soviet soldiers ensure the communication link as fights on Frankfurter Allee are ongoing during the advance of the Red Army in the streets of Berlin, April 1945. Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

End of the war in Berlin 1945 - Soviet soldiers ensure the communication link as fights on Frankfurter Allee are ongoing during the advance of the Red Army in the streets of Berlin, April Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

Die Ruine der ehemaligen Hohenzollernschule an der Martin-Luther-Straße, ebenfalls 1950.

Hohenzollernschule in der Martin Lutherstrasse 1950