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Eberswalde Altstadtcarree

In der Nacht vom 25. auf den 26. April 1945 wurde die Innenstadt von deutschen Flugzeugen mit Brandbomben stark zerstört. Ob diese Flugzeuge deutschem Kommando unterstanden, ist umstritten, weil die deutsche Luftwaffe zu diesem Zeitpunkt kaum noch über Treibstoffreserven verfügte. Die Stadtverwaltung Eberswalde nennt jedoch die Deutsche Luftwaffe als Zerstörer der historischen Altstadt. Einen strategischen Zweck erfüllte dieser Angriff nicht, da die sowjetischen Eliteeinheiten Eberswalde im Süden entlang der Bernauer Heerstraße umgingen, um möglichst schnell Berlin zu erreichen. Hier im Altstadtcarree zeigt sich noch, wie die Stadt vor der Zerstörung ausgesehen haben muss.

Copyright: Wolfgang Peth
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10630x5315
Taken: 04/07/2013
Uploaded: 15/07/2013
Updated: 06/04/2015


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