Photograph of the concrete dam built to allow passage from one bank to the other after the destruction of the Grand-Rue bridge at Sable-sur-Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France, in a bombing raid on 7th August 1944 by the German Luftwaffe, during the Second World War. The bridge was bombed in order to slow down the advance of the Allies into the town. Collection G Cherrier. Picture by Manuel Cohen / Further clearances required

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Photograph of the concrete dam built to allow passage from one bank to the other after the destruction of the Grand-Rue bridge at Sable-sur-Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France, in a bombing raid on 7th August 1944 by the German Luftwaffe, during the Second World War. The bridge was bombed in order to slow down the advance of the Allies into the town. Collection G Cherrier. Picture by Manuel Cohen / Further clearances required

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