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William Donovan as a US Army soldier in France, 1918William Donovan in uniform at a rail station, 1918
William Donovan as a US Army soldier in France, 1918William Donovan in uniform at a rail station, 1918
Colonel William Donovan and the staff of 165th Infantry Regiment passing under the Victory Arch, New York, New York, United States, 1919Portrait of William Donovan, 15 Aug 1924
Colonel William Donovan and the staff of 165th Infantry Regiment passing under the Victory Arch, New York, New York, United States, 1919Portrait of William Donovan, 15 Aug 1924
Portrait of William Donovan, 1940sWilliam Donovan at his desk, 1940s
Portrait of William Donovan, 1940sWilliam Donovan at his desk, 1940s
William Donovan in a clandestine meeting with field agents and officers, XiWilliam Donovan
William Donovan in a clandestine meeting with field agents and officers, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China, 1940sWilliam Donovan's memorandum to Harry Truman regarding Virginia Hall, 12 May 1945, page 1 of 2
William DonovanKim Gu and William Donovan, Korea, Aug 1945
William Donovan's memorandum to Harry Truman regarding Virginia Hall, 12 May 1945, page 2 of 2Kim Gu and William Donovan, Korea, Aug 1945
William Donovan awarding Virginia Hall the Distinguished Service Cross, Sep 1945
William Donovan awarding Virginia Hall the Distinguished Service Cross, Sep 1945
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"The raising of that flag on Suribachi means a Marine Corps for the next 500 years."

James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy, 23 Feb 1945