Aerial view of the Remagen Ludendorff Bridge on 15 March 1945, it was the only bridge across the Rhine river captured intact by the allies.
1945: conquest of the Remagen bridge On March 7, 1945, American troops conquer the Ludendorff railway bridge at Remagen, West German, the only intact across the Rhine. The rest were blown up by the Nazis to contain the Allied advance
Remagen Bridge after capture
Bridge at Remagen. The Ludendorff Bridge was the last standing on the Rhine
AA Halftrack protecting the sky over the Remagen Bridge March 1945
Ludendorff Railroad Bridge at Remagen, Germany, March 1945. Seized by the US First Army 7 March 1945, surprising German forces and allowing the first Allied troops to cross the Rhine. (US Army Center of Military History)
Crossing the Rhine: The Bridge at Remagen
World War II: The Bridge at Remagen: The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen, Germany