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Nashville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 1 Apr 1942Aft flight deck of USS Hornet while en route to the launching point of the Doolittle Raid, Apr 1942; note USS Gwin and USS Nashville nearby
Nashville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 1 Apr 1942Aft flight deck of USS Hornet while en route to the launching point of the Doolittle Raid, Apr 1942; note USS Gwin and USS Nashville nearby
B-25 Mitchell bombers aboard USS Hornet, Apr 1942, photo 8 of 9B-25 Mitchell bombers aboard USS Hornet, Apr 1942, photo 9 of 9
B-25 Mitchell bombers aboard USS Hornet, Apr 1942, photo 8 of 9B-25 Mitchell bombers aboard USS Hornet, Apr 1942, photo 9 of 9
USS Gwin and USS Nashville underway, escorting the Doolittle Raiders, Apr 1942Light cruiser USS Nashville bombarding Kiska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 7 Aug 1942
USS Gwin and USS Nashville underway, escorting the Doolittle Raiders, Apr 1942Light cruiser USS Nashville bombarding Kiska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 7 Aug 1942
Cruiser USS Nashville, General Douglas MacArthurís flagship during the Leyte Gulf operations, at anchor off Leyte, Philippine Islands, about 21 Oct 1944. Note destroyer USS Bush or USS Mullany at right.Crew of USS Nashville inspecting the damage caused by a special attack aircraft, Dec 1944
Cruiser USS Nashville, General Douglas MacArthurís flagship during the Leyte Gulf operations, at anchor off Leyte, Philippine Islands, about 21 Oct 1944. Note destroyer USS Bush or USS Mullany at right.Crew of USS Nashville inspecting the damage caused by a special attack aircraft, Dec 1944
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Winston Churchill, 1935