Schweinfurt is a small city in Germany with approximately 70,000 people located in the Lower Franconia region of Bavaria.
It is a town most known for it's ball bearing production. The city was bombed heavily in WWII. The Allied Forces hoped that by bombing these factories, it would hinder the production of tanks and aircraft that used to fight against them in the war.
Schweinfurt was rebuilt after the war and today there are hardly any signs of the former destruction. It is still known for its ball bearing factories today. Today Schweinfurt is home to both Conn and Ledward Barracks which house a significant number of US Army Soldiers.
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