Troop transport USS Susan B. Anthony (converted luxury liner) in Mers-el-Kebir, Oran, Algeria preparing for the invasion of Sicily, 5 Jul 1943. Note LCVP landing craft hanging from her davits and stowed on her foredeck.

Caption   Troop transport USS Susan B. Anthony (converted luxury liner) in Mers-el-Kebir, Oran, Algeria preparing for the invasion of Sicily, 5 Jul 1943. Note LCVP landing craft hanging from her davits and stowed on her foredeck. ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Navy
Identification Code   80-G-215100
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Invasion of Sicily and Italy's Surrender   Main article  Photos  Maps  
LCVP-class   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day 5 Jul 1943
Photos at Same Place Oran, Algeria
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 Sep 2016

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