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BHC 200511 St Lo in Ruins during World War 2
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BHC 200511 St Lo in Ruins during World War 2

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Two children watch from the ruins of the castle walls on the north side of St Lo. An American Jeep preceded by a Citroen drives along Walnut Street between the Upper Town, on the left and Dollée. Two children watch from the ruins of the castle walls on the north side, the passage of an American Jeep preceded by a Citroen on the front drive of Walnut Street between the Upper Town, on the left and Dollée. In the background left, the Institute of Open Lamb where the Germans began digging a bomb shelter from 1943 in the basement. This shelter, which still was not finished before the Germans left, had a total length of 135 meters and a width of 2 meters, with 6 rooms. General der Artillerie Erich Marcks Commander LXXXIV AK used this for his headquarters until his death June 12, 1944.

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