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Mortar adhering to the larger bricks is chipped off by a group of boys in the yard of the Kepler Mittelschule. The average age of these boys is 13 years. In the background is the bomb-wrecked school building.

Mortar adhering to the larger bricks is chipped off by a group of boys in the yard of the Kepler Mittelschule. The average age of these boys is 13 years. In the background is the bomb-wrecked school building.
Mortar adhering to the larger bricks is chipped off by a group of boys in the yard of the Kepler Mittelschule. The average age of these boys is 13 years. In the background is the bomb-wrecked school building.
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Mortar adhering to the larger bricks is chipped off by a group of boys in the yard of the Kepler Mittelschule. The average age of these boys is 13 years. In the background is the bomb-wrecked school building.
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Mortar adhering to the larger bricks is chipped off by a group of boys in the yard of the Kepler Mittelschule. The average age of these boys is 13 years. In the background is the bomb-wrecked school building.
Mortar adhering to the larger bricks is chipped off by a group of boys in the yard of the Kepler Mittelschule. The average age of these boys is 13 years. In the background is the bomb-wrecked school building.
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Mortar adhering to the larger bricks is chipped off by a group of boys in the yard of the Kepler Mittelschule. The average age of these boys is 13 years. In the background is the bomb-wrecked school building. German Boys helped rebuild bombed school. Under U.S. Army supervision, the youth of Ulm, Germany, are performing salvage tasks in preparation for the re building of the town's war-battered schoolhouse. The boys are collecting, scraping and piling up bricks of the Kepler Mittelschule, which was blasted by Allied bombers during the advance of U.S. ground forces in Germany, and are paid for their work. Ulm, 44 miles southeast of Stuttgart, was captured by troops of the Seventh U.S. Army, April 24, 1945.
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SizeText 9" x 7.4"

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