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British and Chinese troops on a British M3 Stuart tank after Chinese troops relieved 7,000 British troops who had been surrounded by the Japanese in the Battle of Yenangyaung, Burma (now Myanmar), 19 Apr 1942Chiang Kaishek and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942
British and Chinese troops on a British M3 Stuart tank after Chinese troops relieved 7,000 British troops who had been surrounded by the Japanese in the Battle of Yenangyaung, Burma (now Myanmar), 19 Apr 1942Chiang Kaishek and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 3Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 3Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3Cleaning up after Doolittle Raid, Nagoya, Japan, Apr 1942
Chiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Joseph Stilwell at Maymyo, Burma, 19 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3Cleaning up after Doolittle Raid, Nagoya, Japan, Apr 1942
Commanding officer Liu Fangwu of the Chinese 113th Regiment. This regiment freed over 7,000 British troops, US missionaries, and US journalists in the Battle of Yenangyaung, Burma (now Myanmar), 19 Apr 1942Doolittle raider Robert Hite in Japanese captivity, Japan, Apr 1942
Commanding officer Liu Fangwu of the Chinese 113th Regiment. This regiment freed over 7,000 British troops, US missionaries, and US journalists in the Battle of Yenangyaung, Burma (now Myanmar), 19 Apr 1942Doolittle raider Robert Hite in Japanese captivity, Japan, Apr 1942
Doolittle raiders SSgt. F. A. Braemer, SSgt. P. J. Leonard, 1Lt. R. E. Cole, LtCol. James Doolittle, and 1Lt. H. A. Potter in Zhejiang Province, China, circa 19 Apr 1942Indianapolis at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, view of her after half from port side, with light cruiser Raleigh in background, 19 Apr 1942
Doolittle raiders SSgt. F. A. Braemer, SSgt. P. J. Leonard, 1Lt. R. E. Cole, LtCol. James Doolittle, and 1Lt. H. A. Potter in Zhejiang Province, China, circa 19 Apr 1942Indianapolis at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, view of her after half from port side, with light cruiser Raleigh in background, 19 Apr 1942
Indianapolis at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, view of her well deck area from port side, with light cruiser Raleigh in background, 19 Apr 1942; note SOC Seagull aircraft onboardIndianapolis at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, view of port side of forward half, with light cruiser Raleigh in background, 19 Apr 1942
Indianapolis at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, view of her well deck area from port side, with light cruiser Raleigh in background, 19 Apr 1942; note SOC Seagull aircraft onboardIndianapolis at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, view of port side of forward half, with light cruiser Raleigh in background, 19 Apr 1942
US incendiary bombs dropped by Doolittle Raiders that failed to explode, Nagoya, Japan, Apr 1942
US incendiary bombs dropped by Doolittle Raiders that failed to explode, Nagoya, Japan, Apr 1942


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