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American troops traveling across snow and ice during the Battle of Attu Island, May 1943Chinese observers attached to Allied units posing with a captured German Fw 190 fighter, North Africa, 15 May 1943; left to right: Major Huang, General Lam (Air Force), General Hu Xianqun, Colonel Lee (military intelligence)
American troops traveling across snow and ice during the Battle of Attu Island, May 1943Chinese observers attached to Allied units posing with a captured German Fw 190 fighter, North Africa, 15 May 1943; left to right: Major Huang, General Lam (Air Force), General Hu Xianqun, Colonel Lee (military intelligence)
Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill fishing at Shangri-La (now Camp David), Maryland, United States, mid-May 1943Message from George Marshall and Ernest King to US military personnel returning from war zones, 15 May 1943, page 1 of 2
Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill fishing at Shangri-La (now Camp David), Maryland, United States, mid-May 1943Message from George Marshall and Ernest King to US military personnel returning from war zones, 15 May 1943, page 1 of 2
Message from George Marshall and Ernest King to US military personnel returning from war zones, 15 May 1943, page 2 of 2Wotje Atoll, Marshall Islands seen through the periscope of USS Pollack, mid-May 1943
Message from George Marshall and Ernest King to US military personnel returning from war zones, 15 May 1943, page 2 of 2Wotje Atoll, Marshall Islands seen through the periscope of USS Pollack, mid-May 1943


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Lt. Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, at Guadalcanal


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