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American former B-29 bomber crewman Raymond US Navy Chiefs of Naval Operations: Holloway, Trost, Carney, Hayward, Watkins, Anderson, Zumwalt, McDonald, Burke, and Moorer at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, United States, 26 Jun 1986Song Meiling shaking hands with President Lee Teng-Hui at the 13th Nationalist Party conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1988Song Meiling speaking at the 13th Nationalist Party conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1988
American former B-29 bomber crewman Raymond 'Hap' Halloran with Japanese aces Isamu Kashiide and Saburo Sakai at the US Embassy, Tokyo, Japan, Sep 1985; note writing 'Time Heals Everything - almost'US Navy Chiefs of Naval Operations: Holloway, Trost, Carney, Hayward, Watkins, Anderson, Zumwalt, McDonald, Burke, and Moorer at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, United States, 26 Jun 1986Song Meiling shaking hands with President Lee Teng-Hui at the 13th Nationalist Party conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1988Song Meiling speaking at the 13th Nationalist Party conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1988
Song Meiling and US Senator Bob Dole, 1989Song Meiling, 1989US Navy Chiefs of Naval Operations: Trost, Hayward, Zumwalt, Burke, Kelso, Moorer, Holloway, and Watkins at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, United States, 19 Oct 1990Song Meiling speaking during a WW2 victory anniversary celebration, 1995
Song Meiling and US Senator Bob Dole, 1989Song Meiling, 1989US Navy Chiefs of Naval Operations: Trost, Hayward, Zumwalt, Burke, Kelso, Moorer, Holloway, and Watkins at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, United States, 19 Oct 1990Song Meiling speaking during a WW2 victory anniversary celebration, 1995
Portrait of General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., 1990sSong Meiling in her apartment in New York, New York, United States, 5 Mar 1998SchindlerSir Thomas Blamey Memorial, Melbourne
Portrait of General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., 1990sSong Meiling in her apartment in New York, New York, United States, 5 Mar 1998Schindler's List - The List of Life, at Hildesheim, Germany, 1999Sir Thomas Blamey Memorial, Melbourne
Suitcase radio used by Virginia Hall to send messages about German troop movements to London and to coordinate parachute drops for the French Resistance, now in possession of the Smithsonian Institution.US President Bill Clinton awarding Daniel Inouye the Medal of Honor, 21 Jun 2000Song Meiling in her apartment in New York, New York, United States, 5 Mar 2003US Senator Daniel Inouye at the USS Arizona Memorial, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 7 Dec 2003
Suitcase radio used by Virginia Hall to send messages about German troop movements to London and to coordinate parachute drops for the French Resistance, now in possession of the Smithsonian Institution.US President Bill Clinton awarding Daniel Inouye the Medal of Honor, 21 Jun 2000Song Meiling in her apartment in New York, New York, United States, 5 Mar 2003US Senator Daniel Inouye at the USS Arizona Memorial, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 7 Dec 2003
BradleyA car of similar model to which Heydrich was riding when he was assassinated, Army Museum Ziskov, Prague, Czech Republic, 2005George PattonBob Feller speaking with Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Zimmermann and Captain Frank McCulloch, Jacob Field, Cleveland, Ohio, United States, 30 Aug 2006
Bradley's gravesite at Arlington, VA, USA, 22 Nov 2004A car of similar model to which Heydrich was riding when he was assassinated, Army Museum Ziskov, Prague, Czech Republic, 2005George Patton's grave at the Cimetire Militaire Amricain, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 16 Oct 2005Bob Feller speaking with Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Zimmermann and Captain Frank McCulloch, Jacob Field, Cleveland, Ohio, United States, 30 Aug 2006

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