The Air Raid
In 1932, journalist J. Bernard Hutton and photographer Joachim Brandt were sent to do a story on the Hamburg Shipyard in Germany. When they got there, they realized they were caught in a middle of an air raid and took photographs. When they developed the photos, there were no signs of the air raid. Eleven years later, Hutton opened up his newspaper and saw a story on Operation Gomorrah, an air raid on Hamburg with photos that looked exactly the ones he and Brandt took in 1932.