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A C1 type Cargo Ship (AK), circa late 1944 or 1945A C2 type Attack Cargo Ship (AKA), circa late 1944 or 1945
A C1 type Cargo Ship (AK), circa late 1944 or 1945A C2 type Attack Cargo Ship (AKA), circa late 1944 or 1945
A soldier of 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, UK 7th Armored Division firing a 2-inch mortar, northwestern Europe, 31 Dec 1944American transport USS Barrow making smoke screen during a rehearsal landing for Iwo Jima invasion, late 1944 or early 1945
A soldier of 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, UK 7th Armored Division firing a 2-inch mortar, northwestern Europe, 31 Dec 1944American transport USS Barrow making smoke screen during a rehearsal landing for Iwo Jima invasion, late 1944 or early 1945
APA Barrow off an unidentified Pacific island, late 1944 or early 1945, probably during landing rehearsals for Iwo JimaGenerals Miles Dempsey, Courtney Hodges, Bernard Montgomery, William Simpson, and Henry (Harry) Crerar during a field conference, 31 Dec 1944.
APA Barrow off an unidentified Pacific island, late 1944 or early 1945, probably during landing rehearsals for Iwo JimaGenerals Miles Dempsey, Courtney Hodges, Bernard Montgomery, William Simpson, and Henry (Harry) Crerar during a field conference, 31 Dec 1944.
Major General William Simpson and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery touring the city of Aachen, Germany, 31 Dec 1944. Ten weeks earlier, Aachen became the first city inside Germany to be occupied by the Allies.Men and pack mules of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) at a river crossing, northern Burma, circa 31 Dec 1944
Major General William Simpson and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery touring the city of Aachen, Germany, 31 Dec 1944. Ten weeks earlier, Aachen became the first city inside Germany to be occupied by the Allies.Men and pack mules of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional) at a river crossing, northern Burma, circa 31 Dec 1944
Pvt Paul Romanick of Battery B, 103rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion, US 1st Infantry Division cleaning 40mm anti-aircraft gun, Sourbrodt, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944; note 6 swastika symbols his 6 killsSanborn
Pvt Paul Romanick of Battery B, 103rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion, US 1st Infantry Division cleaning 40mm anti-aircraft gun, Sourbrodt, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944; note 6 swastika symbols his 6 killsSanborn's captain's gig at Maui, Hawaii, circa late 1944 or early 1945, photo 1 of 3
SanbornSanborn
Sanborn's captain's gig at Maui, Hawaii, circa late 1944 or early 1945, photo 2 of 3Sanborn's captain's gig at Maui, Hawaii, circa late 1944 or early 1945, photo 3 of 3
Signal flags flying from SanbornSignal flags flying from Sanborn
Signal flags flying from Sanborn's halliards, circa late 1944 or in 1945, photo 1 of 2Signal flags flying from Sanborn's halliards, circa late 1944 or in 1945, photo 2 of 2
Sunset over the Pacific, seen through SanbornTroops of US 101st Airborne Division moving out of Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944
Sunset over the Pacific, seen through Sanborn's forward kingposts, circa late 1944 or in 1945Troops of US 101st Airborne Division moving out of Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944
Troops of US 44th Armored Infantry Battalion and M4 Sherman tanks of US 6th Armored Division advancing toward German lines near Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944US map of the situation on Leyte, Philippine Islands, as of 31 Dec 1944
Troops of US 44th Armored Infantry Battalion and M4 Sherman tanks of US 6th Armored Division advancing toward German lines near Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944US map of the situation on Leyte, Philippine Islands, as of 31 Dec 1944
USS Sanborn (APA-193) at anchor, circa late-1944 or 1945, photo 1 of 4USS Sanborn (APA-193) at anchor, circa late-1944 or 1945, photo 2 of 4
USS Sanborn (APA-193) at anchor, circa late-1944 or 1945, photo 1 of 4USS Sanborn (APA-193) at anchor, circa late-1944 or 1945, photo 2 of 4

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