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A Royal Air Force pilot explaining the sighting mechanism of a Spitfire fighter to Former Australian Prime Minister Billy Hughes, Darwin, Australia, 1 Nov 1944Concord underway in Puget Sound, WA, 1 Nov 1944
A Royal Air Force pilot explaining the sighting mechanism of a Spitfire fighter to Former Australian Prime Minister Billy Hughes, Darwin, Australia, 1 Nov 1944Concord underway in Puget Sound, WA, 1 Nov 1944
Cruiser USS Houston moored alongside repair ship USS Hector in Ulithi Lagoon, Caroline Islands, 1 Nov 1944. Houston was getting repairs after two torpedo hits on 14 and 16 Oct 1944 off Formosa (Taiwan).LCT 952 launching DUKWs full of British Royal Marine commandos, Westkapelle beach, Walcheren Island, the Netherlands, 1 Nov 1944
Cruiser USS Houston moored alongside repair ship USS Hector in Ulithi Lagoon, Caroline Islands, 1 Nov 1944. Houston was getting repairs after two torpedo hits on 14 and 16 Oct 1944 off Formosa (Taiwan).LCT 952 launching DUKWs full of British Royal Marine commandos, Westkapelle beach, Walcheren Island, the Netherlands, 1 Nov 1944
Lord Gort taking his position as the High Commission of the British Mandate of Palestine, 1 Nov 1944LVT Buffalo amphibians during the invasion of Walcheren Island, the Netherlands, 1 Nov 1944
Lord Gort taking his position as the High Commission of the British Mandate of Palestine, 1 Nov 1944LVT Buffalo amphibians during the invasion of Walcheren Island, the Netherlands, 1 Nov 1944
Machine gunners of the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, firing the Vickers machine gun in support of the 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers between Meijel and Liessel, Netherlands, 1 Nov 1944.
Machine gunners of the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, firing the Vickers machine gun in support of the 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers between Meijel and Liessel, Netherlands, 1 Nov 1944.


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"All that silly talk about the advance of science and such leaves me cold. Give me peace and a retarded science."

Thomas Dodd, late 1945