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Augusta off Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 21 Jul 1933Crew of USS Augusta, Shanghai, China, 6 Apr 1935; note Chester Nimitz front row just left of the life preserver and Lewis Puller in front row, third from right
Augusta off Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 21 Jul 1933Crew of USS Augusta, Shanghai, China, 6 Apr 1935; note Chester Nimitz front row just left of the life preserver and Lewis Puller in front row, third from right
Augusta in Dewey Drydock, Olongapo Naval Station, Philippines, 29 Jan 1936USS Augusta off Pudong Point, Shanghai, China, during Second Battle of Shanghai, Aug 1937
Augusta in Dewey Drydock, Olongapo Naval Station, Philippines, 29 Jan 1936USS Augusta off Pudong Point, Shanghai, China, during Second Battle of Shanghai, Aug 1937
USS Augusta displaying large US flags on top of her turrets during the Second Battle of Shanghai, China, 1937USS Augusta at Shanghai, China, late May or early Jun 1939; note Japanese armored cruiser Izumo in far background
USS Augusta displaying large US flags on top of her turrets during the Second Battle of Shanghai, China, 1937USS Augusta at Shanghai, China, late May or early Jun 1939; note Japanese armored cruiser Izumo in far background
Adm Thomas Hart relieved Harry Yarnell aboard Augusta, off Shanghai, China, 25 Jul 1939Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Roosevelt
Adm Thomas Hart relieved Harry Yarnell aboard Augusta, off Shanghai, China, 25 Jul 1939Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Roosevelt's sons Franklin and Eliott aboard USS Augusta off Newfoundland, Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2
Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and RooseveltAugusta near Bermuda, Sep 1941
Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Roosevelt's sons Franklin and Eliott aboard USS Augusta off Newfoundland, Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2Augusta near Bermuda, Sep 1941
Capt Carlton Wright and Knox aboard USS Augusta off Bermuda, Sep 1941Augusta underway in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Maine, United States, Apr 1942
Capt Carlton Wright and Knox aboard USS Augusta off Bermuda, Sep 1941Augusta underway in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Maine, United States, Apr 1942
SOC Seagull aircraft just launched from AugustaPatton and Rear Admiral H. Kent Hewitt aboard USS Augusta, off North Africa, 8 or 9 Nov 1942
SOC Seagull aircraft just launched from Augusta's catapult, Casco Bay, Maine, United States, Jun 1942Patton and Rear Admiral H. Kent Hewitt aboard USS Augusta, off North Africa, 8 or 9 Nov 1942
Rear Admiral Alan Kirk, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Rear Admiral Arthur Struble, Major General Hugh Keen, aboard USS Augusta off Normandy, France, 8 Jun 1944US Coast Guard Captain AC Richard disembarking USS Augusta during a tour of the beachhead by senior officers, 14 Jun 1944, off Omaha Beach, Normandy, France.
Rear Admiral Alan Kirk, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Rear Admiral Arthur Struble, Major General Hugh Keen, aboard USS Augusta off Normandy, France, 8 Jun 1944US Coast Guard Captain AC Richard disembarking USS Augusta during a tour of the beachhead by senior officers, 14 Jun 1944, off Omaha Beach, Normandy, France.
Omaha during southern France landings, Aug 1944; cruiser Philadelphia and SOC Seagull aircraft in foreground, French destroyer and light cruiser in background, and Augusta in backgroundAugusta off Portland, Maine, United States, 9 May 1945
Omaha during southern France landings, Aug 1944; cruiser Philadelphia and SOC Seagull aircraft in foreground, French destroyer and light cruiser in background, and Augusta in backgroundAugusta off Portland, Maine, United States, 9 May 1945
Truman aboard USS Augusta en route to Potsdam Conference, 7 Jul 1945, 1 of 3Truman aboard USS Augusta en route to Potsdam Conference, 7 Jul 1945, 2 of 3
Truman aboard USS Augusta en route to Potsdam Conference, 7 Jul 1945, 1 of 3Truman aboard USS Augusta en route to Potsdam Conference, 7 Jul 1945, 2 of 3

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