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A representative from a Shanghai womenJapanese General Iwane Matsui marching into Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 3Adolf Hitler saluting a crowd, Germany, circa 1930sAr 196 A-5 aircraft at rest on water in a port, date unknown
A representative from a Shanghai women's association donating clothing to Chinese troops, Shanghai, China, circa Aug 1937, photo 2 of 2Japanese General Iwane Matsui marching into Nanjing, China, 17 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 3Adolf Hitler saluting a crowd, Germany, circa 1930sAr 196 A-5 aircraft at rest on water in a port, date unknown
Hitler Youth recruitment poster, date unknownHorthy and Hitler observing Kriegsmarine U-Boats, 1938Ju 87 resting at an airfield, date unknownTrans Canada Airlines 14H2 passenger aircraft, circa 1938
Hitler Youth recruitment poster, date unknownHorthy and Hitler observing Kriegsmarine U-Boats, 1938Ju 87 resting at an airfield, date unknownTrans Canada Airlines 14H2 passenger aircraft, circa 1938
US Marine Corps Lieutenant Dewolf Schatzel leading the final salute of the Mounted Detachment at the American Legation, Yongdingmen gate, Beiping, China, 22 Feb 1938An unidentified synagogue burning during Kristallnacht, Germany, 10 Nov 1938Battleship USS Nevada at anchor at Lahaina Roads, Territory of Hawaii, pre-war.  Note SOC Seagull scout aircraft on Nevada’s catapults.Douglas TBD Devastator of Torpedo Squadron VT-5 at North Island, San Diego, California, United States, circa 1939.
US Marine Corps Lieutenant Dewolf Schatzel leading the final salute of the Mounted Detachment at the American Legation, Yongdingmen gate, Beiping, China, 22 Feb 1938An unidentified synagogue burning during Kristallnacht, Germany, 10 Nov 1938Battleship USS Nevada at anchor at Lahaina Roads, Territory of Hawaii, pre-war. Note SOC Seagull scout aircraft on Nevada’s catapults.Douglas TBD Devastator of Torpedo Squadron VT-5 at North Island, San Diego, California, United States, circa 1939.
Large German flag painted on the roof of the German embassy in Chongqing, China to alert against Japanese bombers, circa 1939Warming up a He 111 bomberWhirlwind in flight, circa late 1930sSubmarine USS Swordfish shortly after launching at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, United States, 1 Apr 1939
Large German flag painted on the roof of the German embassy in Chongqing, China to alert against Japanese bombers, circa 1939Warming up a He 111 bomber's engine, circa late 1930s or early 1940sWhirlwind in flight, circa late 1930sSubmarine USS Swordfish shortly after launching at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, United States, 1 Apr 1939
United States submarine Swordfish on the ways at Mare Island Naval Shipyard on the day of her launching, 1 Apr 1939Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 1 of 2.Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 2 of 2.Ki-45 resting on a snowy airfield, date unknown
United States submarine Swordfish on the ways at Mare Island Naval Shipyard on the day of her launching, 1 Apr 1939Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 1 of 2.Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 2 of 2.Ki-45 resting on a snowy airfield, date unknown

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