During World War II, tens of millions of aerial photographs were taken on reconnaissance flights across war torn Europe.
Newly discovered images in the massive Aerial Reconnaissance Archives capture some of the most iconic moments in the war, such as this image of the DDay landings...
...and his picture, taken high over Colditz POW camp in Saxony, Germany, just days before US forces over-ran the area.
The images, which are now held by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, include the landmarks of Nazi Germany - such as the Olympic stadium in Berlin.
And the battlefields on which the war was decided - here the planes of Operation Market Garden, the largest airborne operation of all time - can be seen on the ground.
But they also reveal the darker side of the war - here, inmates play football at the Zwangsarbeiter slave labour camp at Gustavsburg.
The images also come from further afield - such as this aerial shot of the labour camps by the bridges over the River Mae Klong in Thailand, later made famous by film The Bridge Over the River Kwai.
Reconnaissance continued after the war, here capturing a lone VW Beetle as it speeds along an empty autobahn in 1952.
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