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Adolf Hitler visiting the injured Karl-Jesco von Puttkamer in a hospital, late Jul 1944American soldier lighting cigarette of a Japanese-American soldier, both of the US Army, Castellina Sector, near Livorno, Italy, 25 Jul 1944
Adolf Hitler visiting the injured Karl-Jesco von Puttkamer in a hospital, late Jul 1944American soldier lighting cigarette of a Japanese-American soldier, both of the US Army, Castellina Sector, near Livorno, Italy, 25 Jul 1944
American troops and equipment on Tinian, Mariana Islands, Jul or Aug 1944American troops leaving the first troop transport to enter Cherbourg harbor, 25 Jul 1944
American troops and equipment on Tinian, Mariana Islands, Jul or Aug 1944American troops leaving the first troop transport to enter Cherbourg harbor, 25 Jul 1944
Amtracs moving onto Tinian beach, Mariana Islands, Jul 1944Broadside view of a Douglas BTD Destroyer during a test flight in the Chesapeake Bay area, United States, 25 Jul 1944.
Amtracs moving onto Tinian beach, Mariana Islands, Jul 1944Broadside view of a Douglas BTD Destroyer during a test flight in the Chesapeake Bay area, United States, 25 Jul 1944.
Head on view of a Douglas BTD Destroyer showing some of its unusual shapes during a test flight in the Chesapeake Bay area, United States, 25 Jul 1944.King George VI inspecting troops at Perugia, central Italy with Oliver Leese and Richard McCreery, 25 Jul 1944
Head on view of a Douglas BTD Destroyer showing some of its unusual shapes during a test flight in the Chesapeake Bay area, United States, 25 Jul 1944.King George VI inspecting troops at Perugia, central Italy with Oliver Leese and Richard McCreery, 25 Jul 1944
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell preparing to board an aircraft, Burma, 25 Jul 1944SB2C Helldivers flying from the carrier Yorktown (Essex-class) flying over Yap, Caroline Islands, July 25, 1944
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell preparing to board an aircraft, Burma, 25 Jul 1944SB2C Helldivers flying from the carrier Yorktown (Essex-class) flying over Yap, Caroline Islands, July 25, 1944
Smoke rising from Colonia Harbor on Yap, Caroline Islands as a TBM Avenger from the carrier Yorktown (Essex-class) flies overhead, 25-28 July 1944US Army African-American soldiers T/5 Dexter Clayton and M/Sgt. Nelson T. Ewing tying wire to form a fence, France, 25 Jul 1944; note Springfield M1903 rifle and M1 Carbine (partially hidden)
Smoke rising from Colonia Harbor on Yap, Caroline Islands as a TBM Avenger from the carrier Yorktown (Essex-class) flies overhead, 25-28 July 1944US Army African-American soldiers T/5 Dexter Clayton and M/Sgt. Nelson T. Ewing tying wire to form a fence, France, 25 Jul 1944; note Springfield M1903 rifle and M1 Carbine (partially hidden)
US Marines wading toward Tinian from amphibious tractors and landing boats, Mariana Islands, 25 Jul 1944, photo 1 of 3US Marines wading toward Tinian from amphibious tractors and landing boats, Mariana Islands, 25 Jul 1944, photo 2 of 3
US Marines wading toward Tinian from amphibious tractors and landing boats, Mariana Islands, 25 Jul 1944, photo 1 of 3US Marines wading toward Tinian from amphibious tractors and landing boats, Mariana Islands, 25 Jul 1944, photo 2 of 3
US Marines wading toward Tinian from amphibious tractors and landing boats, Mariana Islands, 25 Jul 1944, photo 3 of 3Wreck of a Tiger II heavy tank, west of Cagny, Normandy, France, late Jul 1944
US Marines wading toward Tinian from amphibious tractors and landing boats, Mariana Islands, 25 Jul 1944, photo 3 of 3Wreck of a Tiger II heavy tank, west of Cagny, Normandy, France, late Jul 1944


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