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Target: COTTBUS GERMANY Industry Aviation (48 aircraft) - (51.7763, 14.3054)

Due to attacks on their more-western locations, Focke-Wulf some production to Cottbus in late 1941. Among the model produced were the first FW-200C, FW-190A and Ta-152H. In February 1945 production facilities were dismantled and removed west because of the advancing Soviet Army. On 23 April 1945, the airfield and factory was occupied by the Red Army and used by them until 1952.



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