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Hitler and Göring, date unknownHjalmar Siilasvuo and other Finnish officer in snowy terrain, 1939-1940Ki-49 bomber in flight, date unknownOverhead view of a taxiing He 115 aircraft, date and location unknown
Hitler and Göring, date unknownHjalmar Siilasvuo and other Finnish officer in snowy terrain, 1939-1940Ki-49 bomber in flight, date unknownOverhead view of a taxiing He 115 aircraft, date and location unknown
Pan-Am Boeing 307 Stratoliner passenger aircraft in flight, circa 1940; note the close pairs of windows of the early 307 aircraftPBM-1 Mariner aircraft of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-56 in flight, 1940Portrait of Gerd von Rundstedt, circa 1940Side view of the SMK prototype heavy tank, 1939
Pan-Am Boeing 307 Stratoliner passenger aircraft in flight, circa 1940; note the close pairs of windows of the early 307 aircraftPBM-1 Mariner aircraft of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-56 in flight, 1940Portrait of Gerd von Rundstedt, circa 1940Side view of the SMK prototype heavy tank, 1939
USS Pollack entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1939-1940Do 17Z bombers over the Low Countries, May 1940Known as “The study of the Führer,” this was Hitler’s office in the Reich Chancellery that he rarely used, Berlin, Germany, circa 1940. Photo 1 of 2.German military camera crew filming in Dunkirk, France shortly after the conquest, Jun 1940
USS Pollack entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1939-1940Do 17Z bombers over the Low Countries, May 1940Known as “The study of the Führer,” this was Hitler’s office in the Reich Chancellery that he rarely used, Berlin, Germany, circa 1940. Photo 1 of 2.German military camera crew filming in Dunkirk, France shortly after the conquest, Jun 1940
G.50 aircraft at a makeshift airfield in Libya, circa 1940-1941XSB2C prototype aircraft in flight, late 1940A column of troops marching at the Mihail Kogălniceanu Plaza in Bucharest, Romania, circa 1941A German sailor aboard a ship observing another warship in the Black Sea, off Romania, circa 1941
G.50 aircraft at a makeshift airfield in Libya, circa 1940-1941XSB2C prototype aircraft in flight, late 1940A column of troops marching at the Mihail Kogălniceanu Plaza in Bucharest, Romania, circa 1941A German sailor aboard a ship observing another warship in the Black Sea, off Romania, circa 1941
A German soldier aiming with a MG 13 machine gun while filmmaker Horst Grund operated his camera, Constanta, Romania, circa 1941, photo 1 of 2A German soldier aiming with a MG 13 machine gun while filmmaker Horst Grund operated his camera, Constanta, Romania, circa 1941, photo 2 of 2A TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner on the pad at the Chicago airport now known as Chicago-Midway, Illinois, United States, 1941, photo 1 of 2; note similarity with B-17 in the wings and engine cowlingsA TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner on the pad at the Chicago airport now known as Chicago-Midway, Illinois, United States, 1941, photo 2 of 2; note similarity with B-17 in the wings and engine cowlings
A German soldier aiming with a MG 13 machine gun while filmmaker Horst Grund operated his camera, Constanta, Romania, circa 1941, photo 1 of 2A German soldier aiming with a MG 13 machine gun while filmmaker Horst Grund operated his camera, Constanta, Romania, circa 1941, photo 2 of 2A TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner on the pad at the Chicago airport now known as Chicago-Midway, Illinois, United States, 1941, photo 1 of 2; note similarity with B-17 in the wings and engine cowlingsA TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner on the pad at the Chicago airport now known as Chicago-Midway, Illinois, United States, 1941, photo 2 of 2; note similarity with B-17 in the wings and engine cowlings

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