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ATO Owl entered Cherbourg harbor, France, towing two barges loaded with engineer equipment, 18 Jul 1944; she was the first ship carrying supplies to enter Cherbourg harbor after Allied victoryBadly damaged railroad station at Port Chicago, California, United States after a massive munitions explosion, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
ATO Owl entered Cherbourg harbor, France, towing two barges loaded with engineer equipment, 18 Jul 1944; she was the first ship carrying supplies to enter Cherbourg harbor after Allied victoryBadly damaged railroad station at Port Chicago, California, United States after a massive munitions explosion, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
Buildings flattened by the munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.Colonel Joseph Stilwell, Jr., Lieutenant General Hu Su, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and Colonel Yang Yee in Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
Buildings flattened by the munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.Colonel Joseph Stilwell, Jr., Lieutenant General Hu Su, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and Colonel Yang Yee in Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
Cruiser USS Nashville arriving in Sydney harbor, Australia, 18 Jul 1944. Note the OS2U Kingfisher float planes on her catapults and her new Measure 33, Design 21D paint scheme.Damaged offices at Port Chicago, California, United States after a massive munitions explosion, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
Cruiser USS Nashville arriving in Sydney harbor, Australia, 18 Jul 1944. Note the OS2U Kingfisher float planes on her catapults and her new Measure 33, Design 21D paint scheme.Damaged offices at Port Chicago, California, United States after a massive munitions explosion, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
Damaged railroad cars loaded with munitions in a revetment at Port Chicago, California, United States that were caved in by a massive explosion the night before, 18 Jul 1944.Damaged theater at Port Chicago, California, United States after a massive munitions explosion, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
Damaged railroad cars loaded with munitions in a revetment at Port Chicago, California, United States that were caved in by a massive explosion the night before, 18 Jul 1944.Damaged theater at Port Chicago, California, United States after a massive munitions explosion, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
Demolished pier and wreckage of the Victory-ship SS Quinault Victory after a massive munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.Dockside facilities and automobiles demolished by the munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
Demolished pier and wreckage of the Victory-ship SS Quinault Victory after a massive munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.Dockside facilities and automobiles demolished by the munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
King, Nimitz, and Spruance aboard USS Indianapolis,18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell (second from left) and Lieutenant General Hu Su (center) at Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
King, Nimitz, and Spruance aboard USS Indianapolis,18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell (second from left) and Lieutenant General Hu Su (center) at Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell in a Jeep adapted for rail use, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to combat engineers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell in a Jeep adapted for rail use, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to combat engineers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with US and Chinese officers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with US and Chinese officers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with US and Chinese officers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with US and Chinese officers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell with Lieutenant General Hu Su of Chinese 30th Division, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Major General Pan Yukun, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and Lieutenant Colonel Kaplinger, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell with Lieutenant General Hu Su of Chinese 30th Division, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Major General Pan Yukun, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and Lieutenant Colonel Kaplinger, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
Major Richard Young, Major General Pan Yukun, and Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Map showing Port Chicago’s location within the greater San Francisco Bay, California, United States.
Major Richard Young, Major General Pan Yukun, and Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Map showing Port Chicago’s location within the greater San Francisco Bay, California, United States.

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