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French battleship Bretagne under attack during the Battle of Mers-el-KĂ©bir, French Algeria, 3 Jul 1940French battleship Strasbourg under attack at Mers-el-KĂ©bir, French Algeria, 3 Jul 1940
French battleship Bretagne under attack during the Battle of Mers-el-KĂ©bir, French Algeria, 3 Jul 1940French battleship Strasbourg under attack at Mers-el-KĂ©bir, French Algeria, 3 Jul 1940
French destroyer Mogador burning after being damaged at the Battle of Mers-el-KĂ©bir, French Algeria, 3 Jul 1940French warships during Battle of Mers-el-KĂ©bir, French Algeria, 3 Jul 1940
French destroyer Mogador burning after being damaged at the Battle of Mers-el-KĂ©bir, French Algeria, 3 Jul 1940French warships during Battle of Mers-el-KĂ©bir, French Algeria, 3 Jul 1940
Smoking rising from battleship Bretagne, Mers-el-KĂ©bir, Algeria, 3 Jul 1940British General Edward Spears and French General Charles de Gaulle aboard Dutch ship Westernland en route to Dakar, French West Africa, Sep 1940
Smoking rising from battleship Bretagne, Mers-el-KĂ©bir, Algeria, 3 Jul 1940British General Edward Spears and French General Charles de Gaulle aboard Dutch ship Westernland en route to Dakar, French West Africa, Sep 1940
Personnel aboard HMS Formidable observing the invasion beach at Algiers, Algeria, 8 Nov 1942, photo 1 of 2Personnel aboard HMS Formidable observing the invasion beach at Algiers, Algeria, 8 Nov 1942, photo 2 of 2
Personnel aboard HMS Formidable observing the invasion beach at Algiers, Algeria, 8 Nov 1942, photo 1 of 2Personnel aboard HMS Formidable observing the invasion beach at Algiers, Algeria, 8 Nov 1942, photo 2 of 2
United States Army troops landing near Algiers, Algeria, 8 Nov 1942. Note the large American flag they carried in the hopes French troops would not fire on it.Dwight Eisenhower, François Darlan, Mark Clark, and Robert Murphy at Algiers, Algeria, 13 Nov 1942
United States Army troops landing near Algiers, Algeria, 8 Nov 1942. Note the large American flag they carried in the hopes French troops would not fire on it.Dwight Eisenhower, François Darlan, Mark Clark, and Robert Murphy at Algiers, Algeria, 13 Nov 1942
François Darlan, Andrew Cunningham, Dwight Eisenhower in Algeria, Nov 1942British ships Vienna (center), Carlisle (behind Vienna), Dido (behind Carlisle), Ashanti (right), Oakley (behind Ashanti), Maidstone (behind Oakley), and Formidable (rear) at Algiers, Algeria, circa 1942-1943
François Darlan, Andrew Cunningham, Dwight Eisenhower in Algeria, Nov 1942British ships Vienna (center), Carlisle (behind Vienna), Dido (behind Carlisle), Ashanti (right), Oakley (behind Ashanti), Maidstone (behind Oakley), and Formidable (rear) at Algiers, Algeria, circa 1942-1943
US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 4 of 8US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 5 of 8
US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 4 of 8US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 5 of 8
US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 7 of 8US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 8 of 8
US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 7 of 8US B-17F Fortress “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 8 of 8
US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 2 of 8.US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 3 of 8.
US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 2 of 8.US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 3 of 8.
US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 6 of 8.Inspecting North African bases, Winston Churchill attends a USAAF 414th Bombardment Squadron briefing at Chateau-dun-du-Rhumel Airfield, Algeria, 31 May 1943; note Brooke, Marshall, Eden
US B-17F “All-American” of 414th BS, 97th BG on the ground at its base in Biskra, Algeria showing severe damage from a mid-air collision with a German fighter over Tunis, Tunisia, 1 Feb 1943. Photo 6 of 8.Inspecting North African bases, Winston Churchill attends a USAAF 414th Bombardment Squadron briefing at Chateau-dun-du-Rhumel Airfield, Algeria, 31 May 1943; note Brooke, Marshall, Eden

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