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42 items in this album on 3 pages.

Gunner Kenneth Bratton, wounded in the knee by shrapnel, being pulled out of the turret of a TBF Avenger aircraft aboard USS Saratoga after a successful raid on Rabaul, New Britain, 5 Nov 1943SBD Dauntless crewman Alva Parker, having suffered neck and shoulder shrapnel wounds over Rabaul, New Britain, being helped from the aircraft after landing on USS Saratoga, 5 Nov 1943
Gunner Kenneth Bratton, wounded in the knee by shrapnel, being pulled out of the turret of a TBF Avenger aircraft aboard USS Saratoga after a successful raid on Rabaul, New Britain, 5 Nov 1943SBD Dauntless crewman Alva Parker, having suffered neck and shoulder shrapnel wounds over Rabaul, New Britain, being helped from the aircraft after landing on USS Saratoga, 5 Nov 1943
British Admiral Louis Mountbatten speaking to the officers and men of USS Saratoga at Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), 30 Apr 1944US Navy African-American Richard Salter, talker of a gun station aboard escort carrier USS Tulagi, off Southern France, Aug 1944
British Admiral Louis Mountbatten speaking to the officers and men of USS Saratoga at Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), 30 Apr 1944US Navy African-American Richard Salter, talker of a gun station aboard escort carrier USS Tulagi, off Southern France, Aug 1944
Japanese prisoner of war, Guam, Nov 1944Japanese prisoners of war, Guam, Nov 1944
Japanese prisoner of war, Guam, Nov 1944Japanese prisoners of war, Guam, Nov 1944
US Navy African-American stewardAfrican-American US Navy sailors STM1/c Thomas L. Crenshaw (looking at photos) and his bunkmate (writing letter) aboard USS Ticonderoga, off Philippine Islands, 4 Nov 1944
US Navy African-American steward's mates drying silverware in the wardroom of carrier USS Ticonderoga, Nov 1944African-American US Navy sailors STM1/c Thomas L. Crenshaw (looking at photos) and his bunkmate (writing letter) aboard USS Ticonderoga, off Philippine Islands, 4 Nov 1944
Japanese photographer T. Iwamoto attaching film of surrender of Yokosuka Navy Base to a pigeon for transport to Domeo News Agency in Tokyo, Japan, Aug 1945A Russian family (Mrs. Mary Mescheriakoff, son Tom, and daughter) at a internment camp in Saitama Prefecture, Japan, Sep 1945
Japanese photographer T. Iwamoto attaching film of surrender of Yokosuka Navy Base to a pigeon for transport to Domeo News Agency in Tokyo, Japan, Aug 1945A Russian family (Mrs. Mary Mescheriakoff, son Tom, and daughter) at a internment camp in Saitama Prefecture, Japan, Sep 1945
Art vendor, Tokyo, Japan, Sep 1945Civilians at a rail station, Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945
Art vendor, Tokyo, Japan, Sep 1945Civilians at a rail station, Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945
Demobilized Japanese soldiers and civilians aboard a train in Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945Demobilized Japanese soldiers and civilians aboard a train in Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945
Demobilized Japanese soldiers and civilians aboard a train in Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945Demobilized Japanese soldiers and civilians aboard a train in Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945
Demobilized Japanese soldiers at a train station in Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945Greek sailors at an internment camp in Saitama Prefecture, Japan, Sep 1945
Demobilized Japanese soldiers at a train station in Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945Greek sailors at an internment camp in Saitama Prefecture, Japan, Sep 1945
Head medical officer Dr. Hisikichi Tokoda of Shinagawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan, Sep 1945Hiroshima, Japan in ruins, Sep 1945
Head medical officer Dr. Hisikichi Tokoda of Shinagawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan, Sep 1945Hiroshima, Japan in ruins, Sep 1945
Japanese artist painting scene of destruction, Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945Japanese children, Sep 1945
Japanese artist painting scene of destruction, Hiroshima, Japan, Sep 1945Japanese children, Sep 1945

42 items in this album on 3 pages.

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