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Benjamin Davis, Jr. in the cockpit of a fighter aircraft, 1942Brigadier General Doolittle posing with a globe, circa 1942Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, date unknownCarl Mannerheim greeting Heinrich Himmler during Himmler
Benjamin Davis, Jr. in the cockpit of a fighter aircraft, 1942Brigadier General Doolittle posing with a globe, circa 1942Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, date unknownCarl Mannerheim greeting Heinrich Himmler during Himmler's visit to Finland, 1940s
Celia Hunter in the cockpit of a fighter, date unknownChaim Rumkowski tasting soup made at a public kitchen in the Lódz ghetto, date unknownCharles Sweeney, circa 1940sChiang Kaishek and Claire Chennault, China, 1940s, photo 1 of 2
Celia Hunter in the cockpit of a fighter, date unknownChaim Rumkowski tasting soup made at a public kitchen in the Lódz ghetto, date unknownCharles Sweeney, circa 1940sChiang Kaishek and Claire Chennault, China, 1940s, photo 1 of 2
Chiang Kaishek and Claire Chennault, China, 1940s, photo 2 of 2Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling, 1942Chiang Kaishek with sons Chiang Ching-kuo  and Chiang Wei-kuo at Chongqing, China, 1940sChiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Claire Chennault, 1940s
Chiang Kaishek and Claire Chennault, China, 1940s, photo 2 of 2Chiang Kaishek and Song Meiling, 1942Chiang Kaishek with sons Chiang Ching-kuo and Chiang Wei-kuo at Chongqing, China, 1940sChiang Kaishek, Song Meiling, and Claire Chennault, 1940s
Chinese Army General Sun Liren at a ceremony, circa 1942Chinese Army General Sun Liren talking on a field telephone, circa 1942Claire Chennault at his desk, date unknownClaire Chennault at his desk, date unknown
Chinese Army General Sun Liren at a ceremony, circa 1942Chinese Army General Sun Liren talking on a field telephone, circa 1942Claire Chennault at his desk, date unknownClaire Chennault at his desk, date unknown
Claire Chennault at his office, China, date unknownClaire Chennault inspecting P-40 fighters, China, 1940sClaire Chennault with US airmen in China, early 1942Cochran in the cockpit of P-40 Warhawk fighter, circa 1942-1945
Claire Chennault at his office, China, date unknownClaire Chennault inspecting P-40 fighters, China, 1940sClaire Chennault with US airmen in China, early 1942Cochran in the cockpit of P-40 Warhawk fighter, circa 1942-1945

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