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A French Army Sherman tank landed on a Normandy beach from LST-517, 2 Aug 1944A school destroyed during the uprising, Warsaw, Poland, 2 Aug 1944
A French Army Sherman tank landed on a Normandy beach from LST-517, 2 Aug 1944A school destroyed during the uprising, Warsaw, Poland, 2 Aug 1944
A town in shambles after American bombardment, Tinian, Mariana Islands, Aug 1944Canadian Major General Rod Keller addressing troops in Normandy, France, 2 Aug 1944
A town in shambles after American bombardment, Tinian, Mariana Islands, Aug 1944Canadian Major General Rod Keller addressing troops in Normandy, France, 2 Aug 1944
Destroyer Escort USS Fiske broken in two and sinking in the North Atlantic after being torpedoed by German submarine U-804, 2 Aug 1944.Polish insurgent fighter positioning himself on a roof, Evangelic Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland, 2 Aug 1944
Destroyer Escort USS Fiske broken in two and sinking in the North Atlantic after being torpedoed by German submarine U-804, 2 Aug 1944.Polish insurgent fighter positioning himself on a roof, Evangelic Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland, 2 Aug 1944
Polish resistance fighter with Blyskawica submachine gun during the Warsaw Uprising, Powisle district, Warsaw, Poland, Aug 1944Portrait of Winston Churchill taken in London, England, United Kingdom, 2 Aug 1944
Polish resistance fighter with Blyskawica submachine gun during the Warsaw Uprising, Powisle district, Warsaw, Poland, Aug 1944Portrait of Winston Churchill taken in London, England, United Kingdom, 2 Aug 1944
Sub Chaser SC-1062 off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States, 2 Aug 1944. Note the stowed Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck.Wounded Polish insurgent fighter being evacuated from the Evangelical Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland, early Aug 1944
Sub Chaser SC-1062 off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States, 2 Aug 1944. Note the stowed Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck.Wounded Polish insurgent fighter being evacuated from the Evangelical Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland, early Aug 1944


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