File:Koeln 1945.jpg

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English: The Kölner Dom (Cologne Cathedral) stands seemingly undamaged (although having been directly hit several times and damaged severely) while entire area surrounding it is completely devastated. The Hauptbahnhof (Köln Central Station) and Hohenzollern Bridge lie damaged to the north and east of the cathedral. Germany, 24 April 1945.
Deutsch: Der trotz mehrer direkter Treffer scheinbar unbeschädigt wirkende Kölner Dom steht inmitten der vollständig zerstörten Innenstadt von Köln. Hinter der Kathedrale ist der zerstörte Hauptbahnhof, so wie weiter östlich die eingestürzte Hohenzollernbrücke zu erkennen. Deutschland, 24 April 1945.
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Source https://www.archives.gov/research/arc/ ARC Identifier: 531287; U.S. Defense Visual Information Center photo HD-SN-99-02996 [1]
Author U.S. Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. [2]
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current08:50, 10 August 2012Thumbnail for version as of 08:50, 10 August 20122,919 × 2,092 (1.94 MB)Martin Kraft (talk | contribs)sharpend, colorcorrected, straigthend (and cropped)
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08:23, 12 February 2005Thumbnail for version as of 08:23, 12 February 2005600 × 489 (104 KB)Elya (talk | contribs)Cologne Cathedral stands undamaged while entire area surrounding it is completely devastated. Railroad station and Hohenzollern Bridge lie damaged to the north and east of the cathedral. Germany, April 24, 1945.http://www.archives.gov/research_room/arc/
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