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English citations of dépôt
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- 1918, Paul Jean Louis Azan and Julian L. Coolidge, The Warfare of To‐Day, Houghton Mifflin Company; Chapter II, page #46:
- It appeared that the airplane which had performed the feat was not a special bombing plane, but, thanks to great audacity on the part of the pilot, it had descended, under cover of a dark night, to a height of two hundred metres, right over an ammunition train which was arriving at the dépôt station, and had managed to bomb this train.