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Destroyed German Tiger II heavy tank near Vimoutiers, France, 22 Aug 1944Disabled Italian-made PzKpfw 736(i) tank in Warsaw, Poland, 22 Aug 1944
Destroyed German Tiger II heavy tank near Vimoutiers, France, 22 Aug 1944Disabled Italian-made PzKpfw 736(i) tank in Warsaw, Poland, 22 Aug 1944
French civilians gathering in front of damaged Église Notre-Dame-du-Vœu, Cherbourg, France, 22 Aug 1944Polish resistance fighter with K pattern flamethrower and wz.31 helmet, Warsaw, Poland, 22 Aug 1944
French civilians gathering in front of damaged Église Notre-Dame-du-Vœu, Cherbourg, France, 22 Aug 1944Polish resistance fighter with K pattern flamethrower and wz.31 helmet, Warsaw, Poland, 22 Aug 1944
Polish resistance fighter with K pattern flamethrower, Warsaw, Poland, 22 Aug 1944Returning from Vienna, Austria, B-24H Liberator “Scrappy” with the 725th Bomb Squadron trails smoke and is losing altitude east of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 22 Aug 1944. The plane crashed near Zdenci, Yugoslavia
Polish resistance fighter with K pattern flamethrower, Warsaw, Poland, 22 Aug 1944Returning from Vienna, Austria, B-24H Liberator “Scrappy” with the 725th Bomb Squadron trails smoke and is losing altitude east of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 22 Aug 1944. The plane crashed near Zdenci, Yugoslavia
The island of the Lexington (Essex-class) with Capt Ernest Litch speaking with Cdr JM Lane on the upper level and VAdm Marc Mitscher speaking with VAdm John McCain on the Flag Bridge, 22 Aug 1944.
The island of the Lexington (Essex-class) with Capt Ernest Litch speaking with Cdr JM Lane on the upper level and VAdm Marc Mitscher speaking with VAdm John McCain on the Flag Bridge, 22 Aug 1944.


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