Worth A Thousand Words: Berlin Blockade and Airlift

Photo: A C-54 flies over a graveyard, and close to some apartments buildings, while making its landing approach at Tempelhof Airport. Photo courtesy of The Harry S. Truman Library and MuseumA C-54 aircraft flies over a graveyard near apartments buildings while making its landing approach at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, Germany. (Harry S. Truman Library and Museum courtesy photo/Released)

Check out this American Forces Press Service photo essay for more scenes of the airlift’s early days.

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