Destruction of War, Everywhere

 

The remnants of one of our planes shot down near Trier, Germany.

Bernard McKenzie, June 1945

 

Closed for the duration Plus. This was once a pastry shop in Trier, Germany.

Bernard McKenzie, June 1945

 

Ruins still standing on the banks of the Moselle River near Trier, Germany.

Bernard McKenzie, June 1945

 

The calm Moselle River as she flows through Trier, Germany.

Bernard McKenzie, June 1945

 

A scene snapped as we crossed the Moselle near Trier, Germany.

Bernard McKenzie, June 1945

 

The once beautiful bridge spanning the Moselle River at the entrance to Trier, Germany. Trier, like many other Nazi party cities, was slow in surrendering. Results of the delay are obvious.

Bernard McKenzie, June 1945

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