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Knox observing maneuvers at New River Inlet, North Carolina, flanked by Marines, 17 Jul 1941Capt Carlton Wright and Knox aboard USS Augusta off Bermuda, Sep 1941
Knox observing maneuvers at New River Inlet, North Carolina, flanked by Marines, 17 Jul 1941Capt Carlton Wright and Knox aboard USS Augusta off Bermuda, Sep 1941
Knox with Admirals Yarnell (retired), Stark, and Richardson, 1940sKnox at his desk in the Navy Department, Washington, DC, circa 1943
Knox with Admirals Yarnell (retired), Stark, and Richardson, 1940sKnox at his desk in the Navy Department, Washington, DC, circa 1943
Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox, left, touring Guadalcanal with Adm Nimitz, Adm Halsey, and Army Gen J Lawton Collins, Jan 21, 1943. Apparently no one thought to tell Knox his helmet was on backwards.Murray, Knox, and Jenkins received a War Bond check from Atlanta politician John Connor, Mar 1943
Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox, left, touring Guadalcanal with Adm Nimitz, Adm Halsey, and Army Gen J Lawton Collins, Jan 21, 1943. Apparently no one thought to tell Knox his helmet was on backwards.Murray, Knox, and Jenkins received a War Bond check from Atlanta politician John Connor, Mar 1943
Knox gave a speech at US Naval Hospital in San Diego, Jun 1943Knox reviewed WAVES officers, Naval Training Station, San Diego, Jun 1943
Knox gave a speech at US Naval Hospital in San Diego, Jun 1943Knox reviewed WAVES officers, Naval Training Station, San Diego, Jun 1943
US Secretary of Navy Frank Knox and wife Annie Reid Knox at the christening ceremony of USS Hornet, Newport News shipyard, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 30 Aug 1943Halsey, Knox, and King, Washington DC, Jan 1944
US Secretary of Navy Frank Knox and wife Annie Reid Knox at the christening ceremony of USS Hornet, Newport News shipyard, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 30 Aug 1943Halsey, Knox, and King, Washington DC, Jan 1944
Capt James Doyle presented Knox the first US flag over Japanese territory (Kwajalein), 29 Feb 1944
Capt James Doyle presented Knox the first US flag over Japanese territory (Kwajalein), 29 Feb 1944
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"With Germany arming at breakneck speed, England lost in a pacifist dream, France corrupt and torn by dissension, America remote and indifferent... do you not tremble for your children?"

Winston Churchill, 1935