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Essex-class Aircraft Carrier Hancock at the Fore River Shipyard, Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 14 Apr 1944, the day before her commissioning.Essex-class Aircraft Carrier Hancock moving past the Fore River Bridge, Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 14 Apr 1944, the day before her commissioning. Photo 1 of 2
Essex-class Aircraft Carrier Hancock at the Fore River Shipyard, Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 14 Apr 1944, the day before her commissioning.Essex-class Aircraft Carrier Hancock moving past the Fore River Bridge, Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 14 Apr 1944, the day before her commissioning. Photo 1 of 2
Essex-class Aircraft Carrier Hancock moving past the Fore River Bridge, Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 14 Apr 1944, the day before her commissioning. Photo 2 of 2Essex-class Aircraft Carrier Hancock off Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 14 Apr 1944, the day before her commissioning.
Essex-class Aircraft Carrier Hancock moving past the Fore River Bridge, Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 14 Apr 1944, the day before her commissioning. Photo 2 of 2Essex-class Aircraft Carrier Hancock off Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 14 Apr 1944, the day before her commissioning.
People running for safety near the cargo ship Fort Stikine explosion, Victoria Dock, Bombay, India, 14 Apr 1944Smoke rising from Victoria Dock, Bombay, India during the cargo ship Fort Stikine explosion, 14 Apr 1944
People running for safety near the cargo ship Fort Stikine explosion, Victoria Dock, Bombay, India, 14 Apr 1944Smoke rising from Victoria Dock, Bombay, India during the cargo ship Fort Stikine explosion, 14 Apr 1944
Victory and Liberty Ships at California Shipbuilding Corporation
Victory and Liberty Ships at California Shipbuilding Corporation's yard at Wilmington, California, United States, 14-26 Apr 1944


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