The bombing of Pisa took place on 31 August 1943, during WWII. Aimed at disabling the city's marshalling yard, it also resulted in heavy damage to the city itself and civilian casualties. Fortunately, the most famous landmarks were left untouched.
Pisa – J. Burmeister
- Model: five barrel hinge (fixed after war), round bottom
- Year: 1937 - 43
- Status: in collection