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Target: GABLINGEN GERMANY Airfield (120 aircraft) - (48.452, 10.8636)

Flugplatz Gersthofen-Gablingen, was an airfield north of Augsburg in Bavaria, Germany. After use as a Flying School during World War I, it was closed as a condition of the Versailles treaty. Reopened in 1936 by the Luftwaffe, it was again used as a pilot training base. Forced labor from nearby Dachau labor camp were used in Messerschmitt production in underground tunnels as early as 1941. US forces occupied the base in early May 1945. wikipedia and



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