Lancaster Taking off to Attack the Ruhr

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Mark Cartwright
by P.O. Miller - Imperial War Museums
published on 10 April 2024
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A Royal Air Force Lancaster bomber about to take off to bomb Duisburg during the battle of the Ruhr (March-July 1943) in the Second World War (1939-45). (Imperial War Museums, London)

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