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01/17/2004 02:55 PM ID: 36111 Permalink   

5 Million WWII Aerial Photos Released Onto The Internet


A massive archive of aerial photographs, taken from aircraft during World War Two, have been digitised and uploaded onto a website for public viewing from Monday 19th January.

Dramatic images of significant events from the era are included, with incinerator smoke from the Auschwitz concentration camp and the D-Day landings on Omaha beach being among them.

Interested historians and individuals can view the photos by visiting, although the site is reported to be running at capacity despite the fact that the archive has yet to be released for general public access.

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