During the war Regensburg suffered from air raids, especially as the Messerschmitt aircraft works were located in the west of the city.Compared to the destruction of other German inner cities however, the old town was less affected, although one of the most important architectural features of the town was completely lost with the Stiftskirche Obermünster and other historical buildings such as the Old Chapel or the Neue Waag am Haidplatz seriously damaged.
The Salzstadl from the 1940 book Regensburg: Eine Stadt des Reiches published by Gauverlag Bayerische Ostmark in Bayreuth and today.Further transports, including those to the Theresienstadt concentration camp, followed until 1943. Bekanntschaften plauen In the Stadtamhof district there was an external camp at the Flossenbürg concentration camp.The aircraft factory, the largest such factory in Europe, was attacked and hit.In a total of twenty bomb attacks by the Royal Air Force and the 8th US Air Force between 1943-1945 about 3,000 people died, including many prisoners of war.
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In 1945 a partial explosion of the Donaubruck took place.The city itself was, however, finally handed over without a fight, not least because of a demonstration by Regensburg women and the Domprediger Johann Maier on April 23, 1945.On November 9, 1938, during the Reichspogromnacht, the synagogue was burned down at the Brixner Hof, the remaining Jewish shops were looted and the Jewish population of Regensburg terrorised.On April 2, 1942, 106 Jews from Regensburg were transported from the square of the destroyed synagogue to Piaski and murdered at the Belzec extermination camp.Meanwhile he was convinced that the right way to get out was to appeal for a shorter sentence rather than a retrial, which might have taken years to bring about.
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Regensburg was the home to both a Messerschmitt Bf 109 aircraft factory and an oil refinery, both of which were bombed by the Allies on August 17 1943 by the Schweinfurt-Regensburg mission, and on February 5, 1945, during the so-called Oil Campaign.Although both targets were badly damaged, Regensburg itself suffered little damage from the Allied strategic bombing campaign, and the nearly intact medieval city centre is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The city's most important cultural loss was that of the Romanesque church of Obermünster, which was destroyed in a March 1945 air raid and was not rebuilt (the belfry survived).At its peak in 1946–1947, the workers' district of Ganghofersiedlung housed almost 5,000 Ukrainian and 1,000 non-Ukrainian refugees and displaced persons.With the approval of the American Military Government in the American Allied Occupation Zone, Regensburg and other DP camps organised their own camp postal service.