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German He-162 Volksj├Ąger on public display after the war in Hyde Park, London, England, United Kingdom, 14 Sep 1945Japanese liaison party aboard destroyer USS Cummings as part of the occupation process at Higashi Harbor, Haha Jima, Bonin Islands, 14 Sep 1945.
German He-162 Volksj├Ąger on public display after the war in Hyde Park, London, England, United Kingdom, 14 Sep 1945Japanese liaison party aboard destroyer USS Cummings as part of the occupation process at Higashi Harbor, Haha Jima, Bonin Islands, 14 Sep 1945.
Japanese liaison party boarding destroyer USS Cummings as part of the occupation process at Higashi Harbor, Haha Jima, Bonin Islands, 14 Sep 1945. Note Daihatsu landing craft with white flag.Soldiers of Australian 37/52 Infantry Battalion posing with captured Japanese Type 2 Ka-Mi amphibious tanks, near Lakunai airstrip and Rabaul, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 14 Sep 1945
Japanese liaison party boarding destroyer USS Cummings as part of the occupation process at Higashi Harbor, Haha Jima, Bonin Islands, 14 Sep 1945. Note Daihatsu landing craft with white flag.Soldiers of Australian 37/52 Infantry Battalion posing with captured Japanese Type 2 Ka-Mi amphibious tanks, near Lakunai airstrip and Rabaul, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 14 Sep 1945
Wainwright decorated with Medal of Honor by US President Truman 14 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2Wainwright decorated with Medal of Honor by US President Truman 14 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2
Wainwright decorated with Medal of Honor by US President Truman 14 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2Wainwright decorated with Medal of Honor by US President Truman 14 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2


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