Bomber: That’s how the air war against Germany really started

Es started very early on Pentecost Sunday. At around 0.25 on May 12, 1940, British bombs fell on a German city for the first time – Mönchengladbach, then written in Munich-Gladbach. The previous attacks on Wilhelmshaven had only applied to the war port and at least damaged some cruisers and destroyers. On Pentecost Saturday evening, […]

Iconic: Henri Cartier-Bresson in Germany 1945

literature Germany in May 1945 What this picture reveals about the end of the war Status: 1:28 p.m. | Reading time: 3 minutes Like on a stage: Iconic photo, taken by Henri Cartier-Bresson Source: Bahoe Books The Nazis lost, but they are still there. Some are exposed. The later Magnum photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson captured a […]