Google Earth explores images taken during World War II

If you thought that Google Earth was just a tool for searching information on your favourite countries, a latest update has changed everything once again, as you’ll now be able to view images taken from World War II, giving enthusiasts a fascinating view of how cities looked back then.

As reported from Ebrandz, the images were taken from an aerial view, and includes World War II images from 35 European cities, including Hamburg, Bordeaux, Berlin, Cologne and Dresden.

For those of you who are interested in seeing the devastation that the War caused in these cities, then Google Earth’s new wartime update will certainly interest you.

Head to the link above, for a few preview images of the new feature. Does this interest you? If so, let us know what you think of the updates.

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