|B-17F Fortress â€śTalismanâ€ť warming up before take-off from Jacksonâ€™s Drome, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 5 Sep 1943. This plane carried Douglas MacArthur to and from the battle zones in New Guinea.||C-47 Skytrain transports loaded with paratroopers bound for the raid on Nadzab, New Guinea, 5 Sep 1943 at the Port Moresby 7-Mile Aerodrome. Note General MacArthur and General Kenney standing at the lower left.|
|Gen Douglas MacArthur shaking the hand of his pilot, Col Harry Hawthorne, after observing the airborne paratroop drop at Nazdab, New Guinea from his B-17F â€śTalisman.â€ť 5 Sep 1943 photo at 7-Mile Aerodrome, Port Moresby, New Guinea.||German leaders Albert Speer and Adolf Galland at a conference, possibly reviewing a new aircraft, Germany, 5-7 Sep 1943|
|German leaders Albert Speer, Erhard Milch, and Adolf Galland at a conference, possibly reviewing a new aircraft, Germany, 5-7 Sep 1943||United States Army paratroopers dropped from C-47 Skytrains parachuting into Nazdab, New Guinea behind a smoke screen, 5 Sep 1943.|
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