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2nd Lieutenant Henry Arnold at the controls of a Wright Type B aircraft, Wright Flying School, Fairborn near Dayton, Ohio, United States, 1911A boatswain aboard Scharnhorst, date unknown
2nd Lieutenant Henry Arnold at the controls of a Wright Type B aircraft, Wright Flying School, Fairborn near Dayton, Ohio, United States, 1911A boatswain aboard Scharnhorst, date unknown
Acavus underway with aircraft on her deckActivity
Acavus underway with aircraft on her deckActivity's profile
Admiral Scheer as seen on a postcardAdula underway
Admiral Scheer as seen on a postcardAdula underway
Amy Thorpe, late 1930sApogon
Amy Thorpe, late 1930sApogon's conning tower
Asagumo as seen in US Division of Naval InteligenceAtago, date unknown
Asagumo as seen in US Division of Naval Inteligence's A503 FM30-50 booklet for identifying shipsAtago, date unknown
Brummer operating off Norway, photo 1 of 2Brummer operating off Norway, photo 2 of 2
Brummer operating off Norway, photo 1 of 2Brummer operating off Norway, photo 2 of 2
Chokai underway at seaClose-up of Emden
Chokai underway at seaClose-up of Emden's bow, date unknown
Craven underway, date unknownDeck, profile, and hull drawings of the Bismarck.
Craven underway, date unknownDeck, profile, and hull drawings of the Bismarck.
Destroyer Grom, date unknownEmden at rest, date unknown
Destroyer Grom, date unknownEmden at rest, date unknown
Emden with her sailors lined up, date unknownGilmore off Aleutian Islands, date unknown
Emden with her sailors lined up, date unknownGilmore off Aleutian Islands, date unknown

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