Bombing of Bremen in World War II


Bombing of Bremen in World War II

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Targets in Bremen during World War II
Atlas Werke shipbuilding company
Bremen-Oslebshausen railway station
Bremer Vulkan shipyard
DeSchiMAG (AG Weser) shipyard
Focke-Wulf aircraft factory
[http://orbat.com/site/sturmvogel/ussbsnat.html August Korff AG oil refinery]
Norddeutsche Hütte AG steel mill
U-bootbunker Valentin

MostFact|date=July 2008 of the World War II strategic targets in the state of Bremen (including those at Wesermünde/Bremerhaven and Farge) were related to the production of u-boats of the German Navy. The targets were bombed by the Royal Air Force and the Eighth Air Force. Bremen also included concentration camps such as Bremen-Farge and Bremen-Vegesack. The city of Bremen was captured in April 1945.

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