Diary July 3, 1943

Inside a German fighter control bunker
Inside a German fighter control bunker during an action. On the far right is the translucent screen used as situation map, on which lights were projected from the rear to show positions of hostle and friendly aircraft. The fighter controllers sat at the desks in the centre.
WW2 War Diary for Saturday, July 3, 1943:

Air War

Germany: RAF night raid on Cologne by 589 bombers (1,808t bombs); Humboldt-Deutz works (U-boat accumulators) seriously damaged.

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