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Dwight Eisenhower, François Darlan, Mark Clark, and Robert Murphy at Algiers, Algeria, 13 Nov 1942Portrait of Major General Mark Clark, 1943
Dwight Eisenhower, François Darlan, Mark Clark, and Robert Murphy at Algiers, Algeria, 13 Nov 1942Portrait of Major General Mark Clark, 1943
Lieutenant General Mark Clark and Navy Rear Admiral Alan Kirk aboard command ship USS Ancon during the Sicily operations, Mers-el-Kebir, Oran, Algeria, 18 Jul 1943.Clark aboard USS Ancon, off Salerno, Italy, 12 Sep 1943
Lieutenant General Mark Clark and Navy Rear Admiral Alan Kirk aboard command ship USS Ancon during the Sicily operations, Mers-el-Kebir, Oran, Algeria, 18 Jul 1943.Clark aboard USS Ancon, off Salerno, Italy, 12 Sep 1943
General Dwight Eisenhower and Lieutenant General Mark Clark studying maps near the Mignano Gap in central Italy, Dec 1943Generals George Patton, Henry “Hap” Arnold, and Mark Clark at the Castelvetrano Airfield, Sicily, Italy, awaiting the arrival of President Roosevelt, 8 Dec 1943.
General Dwight Eisenhower and Lieutenant General Mark Clark studying maps near the Mignano Gap in central Italy, Dec 1943Generals George Patton, Henry “Hap” Arnold, and Mark Clark at the Castelvetrano Airfield, Sicily, Italy, awaiting the arrival of President Roosevelt, 8 Dec 1943.
Brigadier General Donald Brann and Lieutenant General Mark Clark, Italy, 1943-1944Lieutenant General Oliver Leese, General Harold Alexander, and Lieutenant General Mark Clark, Italy, 1944
Brigadier General Donald Brann and Lieutenant General Mark Clark, Italy, 1943-1944Lieutenant General Oliver Leese, General Harold Alexander, and Lieutenant General Mark Clark, Italy, 1944
Mark Clark and Geoffrey Keyes studying a map in the field, Italy, 1943-1945Mark Clark and Sidney Kirkman inspecting troops of British 13th Corps, Italy, 1943-1945
Mark Clark and Geoffrey Keyes studying a map in the field, Italy, 1943-1945Mark Clark and Sidney Kirkman inspecting troops of British 13th Corps, Italy, 1943-1945
US Army Lieutenant General Mark Clark posing with his brigade commanders in front of a DUKW, 1944General George Marshall visits General Mark Clark, commander of the US 5th Army, at his Command Post near Tuscania, Italy where the two generals discussed “Operation Anvil.” June 1944
US Army Lieutenant General Mark Clark posing with his brigade commanders in front of a DUKW, 1944General George Marshall visits General Mark Clark, commander of the US 5th Army, at his Command Post near Tuscania, Italy where the two generals discussed “Operation Anvil.” June 1944
US generals Geoffrey Keyes, Robert Frederick, and Mark Clark in discussion near Rome, Italy, May-Jun 1944Lieutenant General Mark Clark, Major General Alfred Gruenther, and Major General Geoffrey Keyes entering Rome, Italy, 5 Jun 1944
US generals Geoffrey Keyes, Robert Frederick, and Mark Clark in discussion near Rome, Italy, May-Jun 1944Lieutenant General Mark Clark, Major General Alfred Gruenther, and Major General Geoffrey Keyes entering Rome, Italy, 5 Jun 1944
Mark Clark in Rome, Italy, Jun 1944US Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson greeting a Japanese-American US Army captain of 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Route 68, north of Cecina, Italy, 6 Jul 1944
Mark Clark in Rome, Italy, Jun 1944US Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson greeting a Japanese-American US Army captain of 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Route 68, north of Cecina, Italy, 6 Jul 1944
US 5th Army Lieutenant General Mark Clark pinning Presidential Distinguished Unit Citation ribbons to Japanese-American members of 100th Infantry Battalion, Vada area, Italy, 27 Jul 1944US Army Lieutenant Generals Clark and Truscott in Italy, Dec 1944
US 5th Army Lieutenant General Mark Clark pinning Presidential Distinguished Unit Citation ribbons to Japanese-American members of 100th Infantry Battalion, Vada area, Italy, 27 Jul 1944US Army Lieutenant Generals Clark and Truscott in Italy, Dec 1944
Mark Clark and Alphonse Juin at Siena, Toscana, Italy, 1944-1945Generalleutnant Fridolin von Senger und Etterlin surrendering to General Mark Clark at US 15th Army Group Headquarters, Italy, 4 May 1945
Mark Clark and Alphonse Juin at Siena, Toscana, Italy, 1944-1945Generalleutnant Fridolin von Senger und Etterlin surrendering to General Mark Clark at US 15th Army Group Headquarters, Italy, 4 May 1945

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