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531 items in this album on 27 pages.

British naval guns used to guard Nagumo and SaitoClose-up view of DUKW instrumentation; note tire pressure gauge on the right and the pressure adjustment lever seen through the steering wheel
British naval guns used to guard Nagumo and Saito's command cavesClose-up view of DUKW instrumentation; note tire pressure gauge on the right and the pressure adjustment lever seen through the steering wheel
Colt M1911A1 pistol, 1913 series.Colt M1917 revolver.
Colt M1911A1 pistol, 1913 series.Colt M1917 revolver.
Liberty Ship SS John W. Brown on the Great Lakes in the United States, 2000Me 163B-1a at Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland, date unknown
Liberty Ship SS John W. Brown on the Great Lakes in the United States, 2000Me 163B-1a at Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland, date unknown
SB2C Helldiver aircraft in flight with tri-color plaint scheme from Feb 1945Sir Thomas Blamey Memorial, Melbourne
SB2C Helldiver aircraft in flight with tri-color plaint scheme from Feb 1945Sir Thomas Blamey Memorial, Melbourne
Suitcase radio used by Virginia Hall to send messages about German troop movements to London and to coordinate parachute drops for the French Resistance, now in possession of the Smithsonian Institution.Symbolic graves of generals Bronislaw Bohatyrewicz and Mieczyslaw Smorawinski at Katyn today
Suitcase radio used by Virginia Hall to send messages about German troop movements to London and to coordinate parachute drops for the French Resistance, now in possession of the Smithsonian Institution.Symbolic graves of generals Bronislaw Bohatyrewicz and Mieczyslaw Smorawinski at Katyn today
The entrance to Ouvrage Schoenenbourg along the Maginot Line in AlsaceBattleship Mutsu
The entrance to Ouvrage Schoenenbourg along the Maginot Line in AlsaceBattleship Mutsu's primary gun on display at the Museum of Maritime Science, Tokyo, Japan, 11 Feb 2000, photo 1 of 2
Battleship MutsuUS President Bill Clinton awarding Daniel Inouye the Medal of Honor, 21 Jun 2000
Battleship Mutsu's primary gun on display at the Museum of Maritime Science, Tokyo, Japan, 11 Feb 2000, photo 2 of 2US President Bill Clinton awarding Daniel Inouye the Medal of Honor, 21 Jun 2000
Civilian aircraft Howard 500 at Coventry airport, England, United Kingdom, 12 Aug 2000Underwater image of the Japanese Type A midget submarine sunk by USS Ward as the first casualty of the Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 Dec 1941. Note shell hole. 28 Aug 2002 photo by Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL).
Civilian aircraft Howard 500 at Coventry airport, England, United Kingdom, 12 Aug 2000Underwater image of the Japanese Type A midget submarine sunk by USS Ward as the first casualty of the Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 Dec 1941. Note shell hole. 28 Aug 2002 photo by Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL).
Song Meiling in her apartment in New York, New York, United States, 5 Mar 2003US Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Terry Scott inspecting an old Japanese Type 96 25mm gun at Iwo Jima, Japan, 23 Mar 2003
Song Meiling in her apartment in New York, New York, United States, 5 Mar 2003US Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Terry Scott inspecting an old Japanese Type 96 25mm gun at Iwo Jima, Japan, 23 Mar 2003
American military cemetery at Normandy, summer 2003Conning tower of submarine Pintado on display at the National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, Texas, United States, 9 Jul 2003
American military cemetery at Normandy, summer 2003Conning tower of submarine Pintado on display at the National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, Texas, United States, 9 Jul 2003

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