Thursday, February 25, 2010

WWII Aerial Photos on Google Maps

This Russian Google Maps mashup allows you to view World War II aerial photographs of Russia, Ukraine and Estonia. The photographs have been sourced from the WWII Aerial Photos and Maps website.

You can select a location to view from the Выбрать город tab at the top left of the map. The site also includes an option to get a URL for each view. If you want to share a particular view you can get a link by clicking the ссылка tab.

Declassified Military Aerial Images Map

The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monument of Scotland are busy mapping declassified military aerial photographs on Google Maps.

The Aerial Reconnaissance Archives have millions of military reconnaissance images of locations throughout the world declassified by the UK Ministry of Defence. The archives range from Second World War Allied and German Luftwaffe reconnaissance photographs to Cold War imagery.

To date RCAHMS have mapped reconnaissance photographs in Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland. Using Google Maps to display the photographs means that users can compare the present day satellite view of locations with reconnaissance images from the past (mostly from World War II).



Duarte Fernandes Pinto said...

What a fantastic blog for people who love aerial photography!!! Congratulations!!!
Please visit a portuguese blog which shows aerial pictures from Portugal taken during my flights:
Third Dimension - Aerial Pictures from Portugal

Unknown said...

Why not open maps m 36 1 50000?