Most photographs are from September 1944 until May 1945.
Search for areas within the drawn lines on these index maps to see if there are aerial photographs present. Note the collection no. (coll.no.; several tens or hundreds of photographs overlapping 60%) and make an appointment for consultation.
- coll.no. 1-354, 357-358, 454-458 (size 17,8 x 21,8 cm) are vertical, scale 1:7.600/1:18.800 (appr. 91.000 photographs).
- coll.no. 500-573 (size 12,5 x 12,8 cm) are partly oblique from low heights and partly vertical from great heights, scale appr. 1:57.000 (appr. 3.250 photographs). There are two seperate maps (North and South) on which these flight areas are indicated by \coll.no./.
- flight data regarding the aerial photographs, like date and scale, of all the RAF sorties.
- sortie maps of individual flights indicating runs of photographs. Select the relevent range of photo numbers by runs noted with Roman numbers
|Wageningen Digital Library, 17 May, 2011|