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A column of Canadian Alligator amphibious vehicles passing Aerial photo of Okayama Airfield, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan taken by aircraft of USS Enterprise, 13 Oct 1944
A column of Canadian Alligator amphibious vehicles passing 'Terrepin' amphibious vehicles on the Scheldt River near Terneuzen, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944Aerial photo of Okayama Airfield, Takao (now Kaohsiung), Taiwan taken by aircraft of USS Enterprise, 13 Oct 1944
Aerial reconnaissance photo of facilities at Takao naval base, Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2; note barrage balloonAerial reconnaissance photo of facilities at Takao naval base, Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2; note barrage balloon
Aerial reconnaissance photo of facilities at Takao naval base, Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2; note barrage balloonAerial reconnaissance photo of facilities at Takao naval base, Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2; note barrage balloon
Aerial view of the Japanese Navy seaplane base at Toko Bay (now Dapeng Bay), southern Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944; photo taken by aircraft from USS HornetAn SB2C Helldiver of Bombing Squadron VB-7 flying over USS Hancock off Formosa (Taiwan), 13 Oct 1944
Aerial view of the Japanese Navy seaplane base at Toko Bay (now Dapeng Bay), southern Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944; photo taken by aircraft from USS HornetAn SB2C Helldiver of Bombing Squadron VB-7 flying over USS Hancock off Formosa (Taiwan), 13 Oct 1944
As General Neil Ritchie and King George VI of the United Kingdom complete their review of an Army honor guard, they themselves are reviewed by a Dutch family near Nijmegen, Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.British General Brian Horrocks (left) and King George VI of the United Kingdom meeting with the men of the American 82nd Airborne Division who captured the bridges at Grave and Nijmegen during Market Garden.
As General Neil Ritchie and King George VI of the United Kingdom complete their review of an Army honor guard, they themselves are reviewed by a Dutch family near Nijmegen, Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.British General Brian Horrocks (left) and King George VI of the United Kingdom meeting with the men of the American 82nd Airborne Division who captured the bridges at Grave and Nijmegen during Market Garden.
Crew of a PBY Catalina attached to Air-Sea Rescue work to get TSgt James E Latta & SSgt Willis B Morlan out of the Adriatic after they were forced to bail out from their B-24H Liberator following a raid on Vienna, Austria; Oct 13 1944.Cruiser San Francisco off Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 13 Oct 1944; note camouflage Measure 33, Design 13d
Crew of a PBY Catalina attached to Air-Sea Rescue work to get TSgt James E Latta & SSgt Willis B Morlan out of the Adriatic after they were forced to bail out from their B-24H Liberator following a raid on Vienna, Austria; Oct 13 1944.Cruiser San Francisco off Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 13 Oct 1944; note camouflage Measure 33, Design 13d
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, King George VI of the United Kingdom, and General Miles Dempsey with some of Dempsey’s staff in Holland, 13 Oct 1944.Flight deck crews of USS Wasp preparing a plywood-shrouded Mark XIII torpedo for a TBM Avenger aircraft for strikes in Taiwan-Philippine area, 13 Oct 1944; note TBM-1C Avenger and F6F-5 Hellcat
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, King George VI of the United Kingdom, and General Miles Dempsey with some of Dempsey’s staff in Holland, 13 Oct 1944.Flight deck crews of USS Wasp preparing a plywood-shrouded Mark XIII torpedo for a TBM Avenger aircraft for strikes in Taiwan-Philippine area, 13 Oct 1944; note TBM-1C Avenger and F6F-5 Hellcat
General Neil Ritchie walking with King George VI of the United Kingdom at Ritchie’s Twelfth Corps headquarters in the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.King George VI of the United Kingdom reviewing a British Army honor guard near Nijmegen, Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.
General Neil Ritchie walking with King George VI of the United Kingdom at Ritchie’s Twelfth Corps headquarters in the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.King George VI of the United Kingdom reviewing a British Army honor guard near Nijmegen, Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.
King George VI of the United Kingdom, General Miles Dempsey, and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery leaving Dempsey’s headquarters in the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.King George VI with Bernard Montgomery at the headquarters of British 21st Army Group, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2
King George VI of the United Kingdom, General Miles Dempsey, and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery leaving Dempsey’s headquarters in the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.King George VI with Bernard Montgomery at the headquarters of British 21st Army Group, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2
King George VI with Bernard Montgomery at the headquarters of British 21st Army Group, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2Lieutenant General Patton of the US 3rd Army awarding the Silver Star medal to Private Ernest Jenkins for gallantry during actions at Chateaudun, France, 13 Oct 1944
King George VI with Bernard Montgomery at the headquarters of British 21st Army Group, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2Lieutenant General Patton of the US 3rd Army awarding the Silver Star medal to Private Ernest Jenkins for gallantry during actions at Chateaudun, France, 13 Oct 1944
Rail marshaling yard at Shinei District (now Xinying District), Tainan, Taiwan under carrier air attack, 13 Oct 1944; note original caption was mis-labeledReconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944; photo taken by aircraft from USS Wasp
Rail marshaling yard at Shinei District (now Xinying District), Tainan, Taiwan under carrier air attack, 13 Oct 1944; note original caption was mis-labeledReconnaissance photograph of the southern area of Heito Airfield, Heito (now Pingdong), Taiwan, 13 Oct 1944; photo taken by aircraft from USS Wasp

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