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1950 US Army topographic map of Lamiin Süme region of Manchuria in China and of Mongolia3-inch guns in the stern gun tubs aboard the USS Essex, circa 1950.
1950 US Army topographic map of Lamiin Süme region of Manchuria in China and of Mongolia3-inch guns in the stern gun tubs aboard the USS Essex, circa 1950.
A group of C-69 Constellation aircraft flying over Wall, New Jersey, United States, circa late 1947-1950sA man working at the loading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
A group of C-69 Constellation aircraft flying over Wall, New Jersey, United States, circa late 1947-1950sA man working at the loading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
A restored North American A-36A Apache aircraft in flight, post-war; note Aerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
A restored North American A-36A Apache aircraft in flight, post-war; note 'chin' guns and closed dive brakesAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
Aerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
Aerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
Aerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of the Airship hangars at NAS Santa Ana, Tustin, California, United States, circa 1950. This base was home to Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-31 from Oct 1942 to Sep 1945 flying K-class airships.
Aerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of the Airship hangars at NAS Santa Ana, Tustin, California, United States, circa 1950. This base was home to Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-31 from Oct 1942 to Sep 1945 flying K-class airships.
B-29 bomber at rest at Davis-Monthan Field; note Santa Catalina Mountains in backgroundCamp Carson headquarters building, Colorado, United States, 1950s
B-29 bomber at rest at Davis-Monthan Field; note Santa Catalina Mountains in backgroundCamp Carson headquarters building, Colorado, United States, 1950s
Camp file of Jerzy Kazmirkiewicz, Polish political prisoner number 382 at Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp, AustriaChiang Kaishek and Song Meiling in front of the Presidential Office Building, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1950
Camp file of Jerzy Kazmirkiewicz, Polish political prisoner number 382 at Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp, AustriaChiang Kaishek and Song Meiling in front of the Presidential Office Building, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1950
Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling in front of the Presidential Office Building, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1950sChiang Kaishek speaking, circa 1950s
Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling in front of the Presidential Office Building, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1950sChiang Kaishek speaking, circa 1950s
Chiang Kaishek speaking, circa 1950sChiang Kaishek with government officials, date unknown
Chiang Kaishek speaking, circa 1950sChiang Kaishek with government officials, date unknown
Chief of State Bao Dao reviewing South Vietnamese troops, 1949-1955Chinese communist troops operating a DShK M1938 heavy machine gun as an anti-aircraft weapon, post-WW2
Chief of State Bao Dao reviewing South Vietnamese troops, 1949-1955Chinese communist troops operating a DShK M1938 heavy machine gun as an anti-aircraft weapon, post-WW2

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"Since peace is now beyond hope, we can but fight to the end."

Chiang Kaishek, 31 Jul 1937