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WW2 Luftwaffe bombers over Chatham - Rochester

A 1940s WW2 German target identification bombing photo-document set

In the early 1940s, the German Luftwaffe planned a bombing campaign against British towns and cities, including Chatham - Rochester.

To help Luftwaffe bomber aircrew identify their targets from the air during the raids on each town or city, the pilots and bomb-aimers were issued with an A4-size loose-leaf photo-document set containing a map and printed half-tone aerial photograph(s) of the general area to be attacked.

This original WW2 Luftwaffe set for air-raids on Chatham - Rochester, found on a wartime Luftwaffe base, consists of:

3 sheets, 11 x 8 inches (30 cms x 21 cms), printed both sides. 5 pages of Luftwaffe map and photographs. 1 map, targets or other features marked in red. 3 full-page aerial photographs and 2 half-page photographs, captioned in German.

 

 

Page LE-029

Page LE-030

Page LE-031

Page LE-032

Page LE-033
 

 


An original WW2 Luftwaffe Chatham - Rochester local history item

This photo-document set has great historical significance as one of the few surviving remnants of WW2 Luftwaffe activity over Britain and as an exceedingly scarce local history item.

Supplied with a modern leaflet containing more information on these German wartime air-raid documents.

Item reference Luft-9024

Price: £45 (GB pounds sterling) plus postage and insurance as below
- First class postage, fully insured, within the UK: £3
- Airmail postage, fully insured, outside the UK: £6

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