Tempelhof International Airport / Berlin / Germany / 1946

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1946; Germany: post-war period; post-war years; postwar. At Tempelhof; the New York-Berlin airline inaugurates first flight service since WWII.. An American plane in a hangar. Workers unload suitcases. A stairway reads Tempelhof Berlin. A flight attendant presents another woman with a copy of The New Yorker.
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Flight Crew Crew Stewardess Cabin Crew Aircrew Worker (Human)
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Tempelhofer Feld Tempelhof Tempelhof-Schöneberg Berlin (City) Germany Mid Europe Europe (Continent)
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The New Yorker Magazine Print (Print Media) Culture Tempelhof International Airport Airport Hangar Hall (Room) Postwar Period American Flag National Flag Flag Airline Aeroplane Aircraft Vehicle Car Motor Vehicle Land Vehicle Group of People Group Historical Footage Woman Female (Human) People Living Being Man (Human) Male (Human) Day Stock Footage
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