To protect against enemy bombers, dozens of self-made fog throwers were installed in 1942. The artificial fog harms people and plants – and becomes obsolete before the end of the war due to allied innovations.
Stuttgart – Erich Amelung remembers the moment when he almost suffocated. In 1942, the then ten-year-old attended the Wagenburg elementary school, his home is not far from it on Diemershaldenstrasse. Therefore, when there is an air raid, he does not flee into the recently completed Wagenburg tunnel like his classmates, but hurries home to his parents.