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Battleship Bismarck in port, 1940-1941, photo 1 of 2Battleship Bismarck in port, 1940-1941, photo 2 of 2
Battleship Bismarck in port, 1940-1941, photo 1 of 2Battleship Bismarck in port, 1940-1941, photo 2 of 2
Battleship BismarckBattleship Bismarck
Battleship Bismarck's 10.5cm anti-aircraft gun turret, 1940-1941Battleship Bismarck's antennas, mast, and stack, 1940-1941
Battleship North Carolina at New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 1941Bismarck in a wintry port, 1939-1941
Battleship North Carolina at New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 1941Bismarck in a wintry port, 1939-1941
Bismarck in port, 1940-1941Bogdan Filov and Benito Mussolini, Rome, Italy, 1941
Bismarck in port, 1940-1941Bogdan Filov and Benito Mussolini, Rome, Italy, 1941
Bomb damaged section of Chongqing, China, 1941Bomb destroyed police station building, Chongqing, China, 1941
Bomb damaged section of Chongqing, China, 1941Bomb destroyed police station building, Chongqing, China, 1941
British Home Guard personnel posing with a Northover Projector with tripod mounted on a hand cart, circa early 1940sBritish pilot Barrie Heath of No. 611 Squadron RAF posing with a piece of downed German aircraft, 1941
British Home Guard personnel posing with a Northover Projector with tripod mounted on a hand cart, circa early 1940sBritish pilot Barrie Heath of No. 611 Squadron RAF posing with a piece of downed German aircraft, 1941
British Squadron Leader Donald Finlay of 41 Squadron RAF with his Spitfire fighter, circa 1941British workers working on a M2A4 light tank that had just arrived from the United States, circa 1941
British Squadron Leader Donald Finlay of 41 Squadron RAF with his Spitfire fighter, circa 1941British workers working on a M2A4 light tank that had just arrived from the United States, circa 1941
Buffalo aircraft resting on runway, circa 1941Bulldog mascot
Buffalo aircraft resting on runway, circa 1941Bulldog mascot 'Venus' of HMS Vansittart, 1941
BV 222C Wiking aircraft on its landing approach, date unknownC-47 aircraft in service with Civil Aviation Authority of Ministry of Communications, China, 1940s
BV 222C Wiking aircraft on its landing approach, date unknownC-47 aircraft in service with Civil Aviation Authority of Ministry of Communications, China, 1940s
C-87 Liberator (cargo variant of the B-24) at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1941 as part of the “Arabian Knight” route-mapping operation. Note the large flag marking used as neutrality markings in pre-war 1941.Ca.331 OA prototype aircraft, early 1940s
C-87 Liberator (cargo variant of the B-24) at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1941 as part of the “Arabian Knight” route-mapping operation. Note the large flag marking used as neutrality markings in pre-war 1941.Ca.331 OA prototype aircraft, early 1940s

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