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Снимки фотографа, посвященные этой теме и сделанные в период с конца 1960-х по рубеж 20-го и 21-го веков, вошли в книгу, изданную в 2000 году.
Phosphorus bombs were dropped in several locations and caused fires that lasted for days.
Because Herne had a lot of undeveloped land, however, damage during the following years of often multiple daily and nightly air-raids with many "blind hits" was not very extensive, in contrast to more densely populated and developed areas like Essen [Krupp Werke] and Wuppertal, which were almost totally erased.
A little further North of the Canal flows the Emscher River, which was a major known location because of the former abundance of wild horses that were caught in the Emscher Valley (Emschertal), then sold and/or traded at the yearly horse market at Crange, which later developed into the "Cranger Kirmes", now a World renowned Fair and the largest in Germany.
After World War II Herne was known as "Die Goldene Stadt" (The Golden City) because of the comparatively limited damage suffered during World War II.
"Goldfinger" and "Otto Normalverbraucher" star Gerd Fröbe is or was a native of Wanne-Eickel, as were a number of other well known actors as well as a singing duo popularizing "Der Mond von Wanne-Eickel" (The Moon of Wanne-Eickel).