|Above: World War One Memorial to a French attack on June 22, 1916
Side One: "The use of air forces made the war total. Children, women and the elderly became
participants in the war even far behind the front lines. 768 people died in air attacks on Germany,
168 of them in Karlsruhe"
Side Two: "German and French cities near the border were attacked from the air. The heaviest
attack on 22 June, 1916, claimed 120 lives 71 children who were visiting the Hagenbeck circus on
the festival square on that Corpus Christi holiday were among dead"
Right: Mothers memorial Karlsruhe and some graves of Allied bombing victims in WW2