384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Merseburg Flak Battery

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Merseburg flak battery photographed on 12 May 1945. - Merseburg flak battery photographed on 12 May 1945. It took more than 19,000 soldiers to operate the over 600 radar-directed guns around IG Farben's Leuna synthetic oil works at Merseburg.

Source: Mark Meehl, 2014

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