• WW II bomb craters visible on satellite images?

    From sarmarsun@googlemail.com@21:1/5 to Georg Schwarz on Fri Nov 18 14:51:40 2016
    On Friday, June 25, 2010 at 11:29:13 PM UTC+1, Georg Schwarz wrote:
    Are there still any WW II bomb craters visible on modern satellite
    images?

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    Lincolnshire Wolds look pretty pock marked still -
    the chalk terrain still shows up the craters through
    the thin soil cover. Have a look around the
    Great Tows area. German bombers just unloading
    I guess befre they returned home not having found
    their targets?

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  • From john Szalay@21:1/5 to sarmarsun@googlemail.com on Fri Nov 18 16:56:49 2016
    sarmarsun@googlemail.com wrote in news:5c18c9d7-0ad8-4fa2-8e96- ad8619672e02@googlegroups.com:

    On Friday, June 25, 2010 at 11:29:13 PM UTC+1, Georg Schwarz wrote:
    Are there still any WW II bomb craters visible on modern satellite
    images?

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    Georg Schwarz http://home.pages.de/~schwarz/
    georg.schwarz@freenet.de +49 170 8768585

    Lincolnshire Wolds look pretty pock marked still -
    the chalk terrain still shows up the craters through
    the thin soil cover. Have a look around the
    Great Tows area. German bombers just unloading
    I guess befre they returned home not having found
    their targets?



    probably aiming for the chain home tower at Lincolnshire Wolds

    &

    RAF Ludford Magna was less then a mile from Great Tows.
    (Lancaster base)



    look around Pointe du Hoc
    its pitted..


    look at almost any point on the french coast where there were
    defense sites.

    Heligoland.



    Grand slam test bomb crater
    5055'33.58"N 143'2.84"W

    target building
    5055'34.60"N 142'58.78"W

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