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British "Avro Lancaster" bomber suffers a rough landing at RAF Fiskerton, March 3, 1945.

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B-17G Powerful Poodle, takes a direct hit from flak over Ludwigshafen Germany on November 5, 1944, entire crew died! B-17 G Powerful Poodle take`s a direct hit from flak over Ludwigshafen, Germany, during her tenth and last sortie. She went down Nov 5, 1944, all of the crew were killed. B-17 G Powerful Poodle take`s a direct hit from flak over Ludwigshafen, Germany, during her tenth and last sortie. She went down Nov 5, 1944, all of the crew were killed.

The American "Powerful Poodle" takes a direct hit from flak over Ludwigshafen, Germany during her tenth, and last, sortie. She went down at Nov. All of the crew were killed. Note the bombs falling from the plane above her.

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This B-17 took a direct flak hit in the waist over Debrecen, Hungary which killed three crewmen and wounded two others. Threatening to come apart in mid-air the pilot nursed it home to a safe landing, but the weakened fuselage collapsed on touchdown.

This took a direct flak hit in the waist over Debrecen, Hungary which killed three crewmen and wounded two others. Threatening to come apart in mid-air the pilot nursed it home to a safe landing, but the weakened fuselage collapsed on touchdown.

1942 at 0839 hours, 22 year old Captain Hans-Joachim Marseille scores his fourth kill of the day 20 km SSE of El Imayid. By the end of the day he will confirm a total of 17 kills in three sorties. Painting by Michael Turner

The Flying Fortress was famous for its durability. This Hang the Expense, of the Bomber Squadron of the USAAF rests in an English airfield after being severely damaged by flak over.

Halifax crew amidst the damage caused when it was hit by a falling bomb from another aircraft while raiding Cologne on the night of 28/29 June 1943.

The countryside of North and East Yorkshire, UK, is home to dozens of abandoned Bomber Command airfields, many of them once operated by No.