Flak Tower

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A German Flugabwehrkanone 41 (Flak 41 anti-aircraft gun with two "kill rings" on the barrel. German Soldier, German Army, Military Photos, Military History, Torre Flak, Germany Ww2, Ww2 Photos, War Photography, Nagasaki

A soldier watches for enemy planes. Behind him stands a 40mm anti-aircraft gun...

Aerial view of German flak tower, giving some idea of why these bunkers proved so difficult to destroy, both during and after Expensive to demolish, many were converted to new roles in the Cold War. Bunker, Torre Flak, Fascist Architecture, Flak Tower, Luftwaffe, Modern Castle, Berlin, Fortification, Time Photo

Aerial view of German flak tower, giving some idea of why these bunkers proved so difficult to destroy, both during and after WW2. Expensive to demolish, many were converted to new roles in the Cold War.

cm FlaK 40 Zwilling mount on the Flakturm Tiergarten - Berlin 1945 . These impressive guns also proved to be useful against the heaviest of Soviet tanks during the Battle of Berlin. Luftwaffe, Torre Flak, Berlin 1945, Flak Tower, Bunker, Fortification, Military Weapons, War Machine, Military History

12.8 cm FlaK 40 Zwilling mount on the Flakturm Tiergarten - Berlin 1945 [1200x774]

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bunker penthouse- Berlin -- New York Magazine Boros Bunker, Flak Tower, Bunker Home, Roof Extension, Walter Gropius, Air Raid, Concrete Building, Global Design, Facade Architecture

Global Design Hunting - Berlin -- New York Magazine - Nymag

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“ The demolition of Berlin’s Zoo flak tower, known in german as the Flakturm Tiergarten, Zoo Tower. One of the few flak towers successfully destroyed, as the rest, mostly outside of. Luftwaffe, Torre Flak, Ligne Siegfried, Flak Tower, Photos Originales, History Online, Women's History, British History, Ancient History

1945, Allemagne, Berlin, Vue aérienne de l'une des tours DCA de Berlin (Flakturm I - Berliner Zoo) après les combats

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On Flakturm Tiergarten, with rangefinder and Würzburg radar. Torre Flak, Ligne Siegfried, Flak Tower, Bunker Hill Los Angeles, Luftwaffe, Doomsday Bunker, Dazzle Camouflage, German Soldiers Ww2, Diorama

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A World War Two flak tower in Germany (Olaf Kowalzik - editorial collection/Alamy) (Credit: Olaf Kowalzik - editorial collection/Alamy) Bunker, Flak Tower, Brutalist Buildings, Concrete Architecture, History Online, Military History, Ww2 History, Modern History, Fortification

Brutalism: How unpopular buildings came back in fashion

Post-war concrete architecture was decried by many as ugly – but now Brutalist buildings are back in fashion, writes Jonathan Glancey.

“ The demolition of Berlin’s Zoo flak tower, known in german as the Flakturm Tiergarten, Zoo Tower. One of the few flak towers successfully destroyed, as the rest, mostly outside of. Luftwaffe, Torre Flak, Ligne Siegfried, Flak Tower, Photos Originales, History Online, Women's History, British History, Ancient History

1945, Allemagne, Berlin, Vue aérienne de l'une des tours DCA de Berlin (Flakturm I - Berliner Zoo) après les combats

Imagen Luftwaffe, Flak Tower, Bushcraft, Panzer Iii, Ww2 Pictures, Tiger Tank, Armored Fighting Vehicle, World Of Tanks, Ww2 Tanks

Pinturas, láminas e imágenes de la Segunda Guerra Mundial - Página 303

Foro Militar e Historia Militar el Gran Capitán

The anti-aircraft towers, Flaktürme in German, were large blocks of bunker-houses with anti-aircraft artillery used by the Luftwaffe to prevent enemy aircraft from flying over key areas of certain cities during World War II. Bunker, Torre Flak, Flak Tower, Photos Originales, Luftwaffe, War Machine, Military History, Abandoned Places, World War Ii

Flak Towers: The Continuing Legacy Of The Luftwaffe

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FLAK TOWERS, GERMANY The flak towers consisted of eight complexes of large, above-ground, anti-aircraft gun towers that were used by Nazi Germany from 1940 on. They’re still around today although no longer used for military purposes. Berlin, Flak Tower, Diorama, History Of Germany, Central Building, Chief Architect, Air Raid, Fortification, Still Standing

These Abandoned Military Bases Will Leave You Speechless

When wars end, the casualties have been counted and the land has been divided, the military machinery and bases are often left behind. These abandoned si