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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, intersection of Chlodna and Waliców streets, 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, intersection of Chlodna and Waliców streets, 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 resistance fighter positioning himself on a roof, Evangelic Cemetery, Wola District, 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 resistance fighter positioning himself on a roof, Evangelic Cemetery, Wola District, Warsaw, Poland, 2 Aug 1944
Portrait of Winston Churchill taken in London, England, United Kingdom, 2 Aug 1944Sub Chaser SC-1062 off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States, 2 Aug 1944. Note the stowed Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck.
Portrait of Winston Churchill taken in London, England, United Kingdom, 2 Aug 1944Sub 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 resistance fighter being evacuated from the Evangelical Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland, early Aug 1944
Wounded Polish resistance fighter being evacuated from the Evangelical Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland, early Aug 1944


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