Blasted German factory.
Blasted German factory. This Nazi war factory near captured Neuss was blasted by Allied bombs and shells of the Ninth U.S. Army. Troops of the Ninth Army cleared the enemy from Neuss March 2, 1945, when they reached the western bank of the Rhine River. Neuss, directly connected with the great manufacturing city of Dusseldorf by road and rail bridges across the Rhine, was a vital German war industry center as well as a strategic road, rail and river traffic hub.
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