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US armored division troops letting an 8th Air Force officer try a German MP 40 machine pistol, England, United Kingdom, 1943-1945; note Jeep vehicle, B-24H bomber, and M1 Garand rifle

Caption   US armored division troops letting an 8th Air Force officer try a German MP 40 machine pistol, England, United Kingdom, 1943-1945; note Jeep vehicle, B-24H bomber, and M1 Garand rifle ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 2 Aug 2010

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