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Typical of the attacks on the bridges at Küstrin was that on April 12, 1945. At 1825 hours that evening Second Lieutenant Hans Altrogge took off from Peenemünde in a Ju 88 of I/jK.G. 66, to act as lead aircraft for the attack. Four Mistel combinations followed him into the air, and the curious formation headed south towards the target. The view from the upper component Fw 190's was not good, and the Ju 88 pathfinder flew some two miles in front and 1,500 feet above the combinations, so as to…

Typical of the attacks on the bridges at Küstrin was that on April 12, 1945. At 1825 hours that evening Second Lieutenant Hans Altrogge took off from Peenemünde in a Ju 88 of I/jK.G. 66, to act as lead aircraft for the attack. Four Mistel combinations followed him into the air, and the curious formation headed south towards the target. The view from the upper component Fw 190's was not good, and the Ju 88 pathfinder flew some two miles in front and 1,500 feet above the combinations, so as to…

wirtualny model Miasta-Twierdzy Kostrzyn

wirtualny model Miasta-Twierdzy Kostrzyn

Frederick and Katte were subsequently arrested and imprisoned in Küstrin. Because they were army officers who had tried to flee Prussia for Great Britain

Frederick and Katte were subsequently arrested and imprisoned in Küstrin. Because they were army officers who had tried to flee Prussia for Great Britain

So sah es einst hier aus: Die Pfarrkirche Sankt Marien mit dem Denkmal, von dem nur der Sockel blieb.

So sah es einst hier aus: Die Pfarrkirche Sankt Marien mit dem Denkmal, von dem nur der Sockel blieb.

wirtualny model Miasta-Twierdzy Kostrzyn

wirtualny model Miasta-Twierdzy Kostrzyn

A court martial found Katte guilty of desertion and sentenced him to lifelong imprisonment; but King Frederick Wilhelm I wanted him executed, declaring that "it would be better that Katte came to death than the justice out of the world." Katte was beheaded at the fortress of Küstrin. The king forced Frederick to watch the execution.

A court martial found Katte guilty of desertion and sentenced him to lifelong imprisonment; but King Frederick Wilhelm I wanted him executed, declaring that "it would be better that Katte came to death than the justice out of the world." Katte was beheaded at the fortress of Küstrin. The king forced Frederick to watch the execution.

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1280px-Old_cemetery_in_Küstrin-Kietz_217.JPG (1280×853)

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JohannBrandenburgKüstrin.JPG

Impressive images of the vanished WWII town of Küstrin - The remains of the town

Impressive images of the vanished WWII town of Küstrin - The remains of the town

Impressive images of the vanished WWII town of Küstrin - The remains of the town | World War II Social Place

Impressive images of the vanished WWII town of Küstrin - The remains of the town | World War II Social Place


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