Photo Essay: WW II Destruction on the Danube

During the Second World War, Budapest was tragically destroyed. The Hungarian capital, which was considered the pearl of the Danube, was regularly bombarded by the allies, and the siege of the Red Army in February embedded the terrible destruction. In the siege of the "Second Stalingrad", 27 percent of the buildings in Budapest were destroyed or damaged seriously, more than 32,000 homes were destroyed or uninhabited, and the Danube bridges were destroyed at one time - he wrote in the Past with Fortepan's paintings he recalled the historical trauma of Budapest. With some pictures we've added a selection of Fortepan.

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