“A bomb damaged house is brought down with high explosives to reproduce the destruction of a building by bombing during tests on the Morrison indoor shelter in 1941.” Taken somewhere in the UK during WW2. [2298×1772]

“A bomb damaged house is brought down with high explosives to reproduce the destruction of a building by bombing during tests on the Morrison indoor shelter in 1941.” Taken somewhere in the UK during WW2. [2298×1772]

Wreck of Zeppelin LZ 76, which was torched by its crew after making a forced landing at Little Wigborough, near Colchester in Essex, after sustaining serious damage from an anti-aircraft shell and British fighter aircraft, returning from a bombing raid over London on 23 September 1916. [2135×1448]

Wreck of Zeppelin LZ 76, which was torched by its crew after making a forced landing at Little Wigborough, near Colchester in Essex, after sustaining serious damage from an anti-aircraft shell and British fighter aircraft, returning from a bombing raid… Continue Reading

A German Luftwaffe bombing target map of London used during the Blitz in 1940-41. The distinctive coloring is to make it easier for pilots to read it at night under cockpit lighting. [799×481]

A German Luftwaffe bombing target map of London used during the Blitz in 1940-41. The distinctive coloring is to make it easier for pilots to read it at night under cockpit lighting. [799×481]

“Handley Page Halifaxes of No. 35 Squadron RAF bombing the German battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau in dry-dock at Brest, 18 December 1941.” [2425×1772]

“Handley Page Halifaxes of No. 35 Squadron RAF bombing the German battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau in dry-dock at Brest, 18 December 1941.” [2425×1772]

Two German soldiers walk through the ruins of the town Jülich, which had been almost completely destroyed on 16 November 1944 by Allied bombing. Some 97% of Jülich was leveled during the attack. December, 1944. [3500 x 2461]

Two German soldiers walk through the ruins of the town Jülich, which had been almost completely destroyed on 16 November 1944 by Allied bombing. Some 97% of Jülich was leveled during the attack. December, 1944. [3500 x 2461]

A Japanese White Pine (in training since 1625) at the National Bonsai and Penjing Museum in Washington, DC. This tree survived the bombing of Hiroshima; Stephen Voss [2048 x 1365]

A Japanese White Pine (in training since 1625) at the National Bonsai and Penjing Museum in Washington, DC. This tree survived the bombing of Hiroshima; Stephen Voss [2048 x 1365]