Evidence in Camera Vol 8 1945 01 01 nr 11 (PDF)




Mosquito number — A pictorial record of the Mosquito Mark I prototype and later version — The first operational sortie by a Mosquito on 20th September 1941 over Bordeaux — Progress and development: Mark II fighter — Mark IV bomber — Mark VI fighter-bomber — The De Havilland Mosquito aircraft development, 1940 April 1944 — Low level attack on Gestapo H.Q. at Oslo on 26th September 1942, building at Hague, the gaol at Amiens and Gestapo H.Q. at Aarhus on 31st October, 1944 — Low level daylight attacks with Mark IVs. locomotive works at Nantes — Ubique low-level dusk attack on the Engine sheds and Marshalling yards at Namur; Bombing the Molybdenum mine at Knaben in Norway — Fighters and intruders; Mark XIII Night Fighter — Night Intruding Repercussions Trains attacked south-east of Paris — Night Operations — Pathfinders Calais coastal defenses — Nice photo of Mark XVIII — Photographic Reconnaissance High altitude reconnaissance aircraft with 50-gallon drop tanks; Tirpitz in Bogen Fjord — Toulon — Low-level oblique photography: installations at Wizernes — Photographic reconnaissance by night: attacks on vehicle convoys at Falaise and Vimoutiers — Moving-film record of attacks: attack on Chateau Trevarez, a rest centre for U-boat crews and a school at Egletons an S.S. headquarters — Shipping attacks: Haugesund — Flying field gun: Mark XVIII with six-pounder 57mm. gun used to hunt U-boars — Reconnaissance during day bombing attacks: dropping anti-radar foil, photos after the attack on Wanne Eickel — Meteorological information — Mark IX Mosquito (Aircraft D of Bomber Command) returning from its 150th operation on one engine; photos of night attack on Bremen and Emmerich — Fast air carrier