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An 8-inch US Army field gun in action during the bombardment of Brest, France, Aug-Sep 1944An unexploded shell from German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, basement of Prudential building, Warsaw, Poland, 30 Aug 1944
An 8-inch US Army field gun in action during the bombardment of Brest, France, Aug-Sep 1944An unexploded shell from German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, basement of Prudential building, Warsaw, Poland, 30 Aug 1944
Diagram taken from the Navy report showing the ships and pier at the center of the Port Chicago munitions explosion, 17 Jul 1944. Note that the tonnages listed are as of 6 hours prior to the explosion.Sexton 25-pounder self-propelled howitzer of UK 11th Armored Division cross the Seine River, France on a Bailey bridge, 30 Aug 1944
Diagram taken from the Navy report showing the ships and pier at the center of the Port Chicago munitions explosion, 17 Jul 1944. Note that the tonnages listed are as of 6 hours prior to the explosion.Sexton 25-pounder self-propelled howitzer of UK 11th Armored Division cross the Seine River, France on a Bailey bridge, 30 Aug 1944
US Navy PT-199, a 78-foot Higgins motor torpedo boat, tied up with US Coast Guard 83-foot patrol boats along the waterfront at Cherbourg, France, 30 Aug 1944.
US Navy PT-199, a 78-foot Higgins motor torpedo boat, tied up with US Coast Guard 83-foot patrol boats along the waterfront at Cherbourg, France, 30 Aug 1944.


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