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Street view, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941Street view, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941Street view, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941; note Assumption Cathedral in backgroundUkrainian children inspecting a Panzer III wreck, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941
Street view, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941Street view, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941Street view, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941; note Assumption Cathedral in backgroundUkrainian children inspecting a Panzer III wreck, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941
View of Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941View of Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941American woman working on the manufacturing of self-sealing gas tanks at the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941Damaged German vehicle in the aftermath of a partisan attack, Simferopol, Russia (now Ukraine), circa Dec 1941
View of Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941View of Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941American woman working on the manufacturing of self-sealing gas tanks at the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, United States, Dec 1941Damaged German vehicle in the aftermath of a partisan attack, Simferopol, Russia (now Ukraine), circa Dec 1941
Finnish MS.406 fighter preparing to take off from a snowy field, Viitana, Karelia, Russia, winter 1941-1942German soldiers in Simferopol, Russia (now Ukraine), circa Dec 1941Landing signal officers Lieutenant David McCampbell and Ensign George E. Savage bringing in aircraft for landing aboard carrier Wasp, circa late 1941 or early 1942Sailors in a motor launch rescued a survivor from the water alongside the sunken West Virginia during or shortly after the Japanese air raid on Pearl Harbor, 7 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 2; note false color
Finnish MS.406 fighter preparing to take off from a snowy field, Viitana, Karelia, Russia, winter 1941-1942German soldiers in Simferopol, Russia (now Ukraine), circa Dec 1941Landing signal officers Lieutenant David McCampbell and Ensign George E. Savage bringing in aircraft for landing aboard carrier Wasp, circa late 1941 or early 1942Sailors in a motor launch rescued a survivor from the water alongside the sunken West Virginia during or shortly after the Japanese air raid on Pearl Harbor, 7 Dec 1941, photo 2 of 2; note false color
USS Arizona21 cm Mrs 18 heavy howitzer, Soviet Union, date unknownA German SdKfz. 10 halftrack vehicle mounting a 20-mm anti-aircraft gun driving down a hill with its crew aboard, date unknownA security guard standing among OS2U-3 Kingfishers staged for delivery to the US Navy, Stratford, Connecticut, United States, early 1942
USS Arizona's forward magazines exploding during the Pearl Harbor attack, US Territory of Hawaii, shortly after 0800 hours, 7 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 221 cm Mrs 18 heavy howitzer, Soviet Union, date unknownA German SdKfz. 10 halftrack vehicle mounting a 20-mm anti-aircraft gun driving down a hill with its crew aboard, date unknownA security guard standing among OS2U-3 Kingfishers staged for delivery to the US Navy, Stratford, Connecticut, United States, early 1942
A wing brace assembly for a B-25 bomber being prepared for assembly at the North American Aviation plant, California, 1942A worker of the North American Aviation factory in Inglewood, California, United States machining an aircraft part, 1942Adolf Hitler and his dog Blondi, date unknownAdolf Hitler and his dog Blondi, date unknown
A wing brace assembly for a B-25 bomber being prepared for assembly at the North American Aviation plant, California, 1942A worker of the North American Aviation factory in Inglewood, California, United States machining an aircraft part, 1942Adolf Hitler and his dog Blondi, date unknownAdolf Hitler and his dog Blondi, date unknown

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