German Tire Plant Reduced to Rubble, Hanau, Germany

Identifier:
041169
Collection Number:
A&M 3904
Title:
German Tire Plant Reduced to Rubble, Hanau, Germany
Date:
ca. 1945
Description:
Information on back of photo reads: "Rubble and bombed out buildings are all that remain of the plant of the Dunlop Company at Hanau, which was Germany's second largest tire plant. This factory specialized in aircraft tired before it was mombed out of existence by Allied air attacks. Twenty-eight miles east of the Rhine and eight miles east of Frankfurt, Hanau was cleared by troops of the Third U.S. Army March 27,1945."
Subjects:
World War II.
Acquisition Source:
Webb, Barry H.
Acquisition Method:
Acquired
Medium:
print
Projects:
West Virginia History OnView