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HA-1112 aircraft in flight, 3 Sep 2005Intrepid as a museum in New York City, 10 Sep 2005Intrepid museumIntrepid museum
HA-1112 aircraft in flight, 3 Sep 2005Intrepid as a museum in New York City, 10 Sep 2005Intrepid museum's conning tower, 10 Sep 2005Intrepid museum's entrance, 10 Sep 2005
40-mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns aboard Polish destroyer Błyskawica, 10 Oct 2005La Cambe German war cemetery, France, 13 Oct 2005, photo 1 of 2La Cambe German war cemetery, France, 13 Oct 2005, photo 2 of 2Pointe du Hoc promontory, Normandie, France, 13 Oct 2005
40-mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns aboard Polish destroyer Błyskawica, 10 Oct 2005La Cambe German war cemetery, France, 13 Oct 2005, photo 1 of 2La Cambe German war cemetery, France, 13 Oct 2005, photo 2 of 2Pointe du Hoc promontory, Normandie, France, 13 Oct 2005
George PattonAerial view of battleship USS Iowa moored outboard of the USS Proteus as part of the reserve fleet in Suisun Bay, California, United States, 2006BM-13 Katyusha rocket launcher on display at Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Germany, 2006Japanese Type 1 47mm anti-tank gun on display at Battery Randolf US Army Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 2006, photo 1 of 2
George Patton's grave at the Cimeti├Ęre Militaire Am├ęricain, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 16 Oct 2005Aerial view of battleship USS Iowa moored outboard of the USS Proteus as part of the reserve fleet in Suisun Bay, California, United States, 2006BM-13 Katyusha rocket launcher on display at Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Germany, 2006Japanese Type 1 47mm anti-tank gun on display at Battery Randolf US Army Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 2006, photo 1 of 2
Japanese Type 1 47mm anti-tank gun on display at Battery Randolf US Army Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 2006, photo 2 of 2Invitation to attend the Wannsee Conference sent by Reinhard Heydrich to Martin Luther, on display at the Wannsee Conference House Memorial, Berlin, Germany, May 2006Essex-class carrier Oriskany, the last ship of the class to be commissioned, being intentionally sunk to form an artificial reef 20 miles south of Pensacola, Florida, United States, 17 May 2006.USS Kitty Hawk and other American warships at United States Fleet Activities Yokosuka naval base, Japan, 25 May 2006
Japanese Type 1 47mm anti-tank gun on display at Battery Randolf US Army Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 2006, photo 2 of 2Invitation to attend the Wannsee Conference sent by Reinhard Heydrich to Martin Luther, on display at the Wannsee Conference House Memorial, Berlin, Germany, May 2006Essex-class carrier Oriskany, the last ship of the class to be commissioned, being intentionally sunk to form an artificial reef 20 miles south of Pensacola, Florida, United States, 17 May 2006.USS Kitty Hawk and other American warships at United States Fleet Activities Yokosuka naval base, Japan, 25 May 2006
Korean War-era South Korean M1 Garand and M1 Carbine rifles on display at the Yongsan War Memorial, Seoul, Korea, 1 Jun 2006Dutch fortification made of concrete-enclosed Ram cruiser tank, east of the IJssel River, near Olst, the Netherlands, 4 Jun 2006US Marine Corps War Memorial, 18 Jun 2006, photo 1 of 5US Marine Corps War Memorial, 18 Jun 2006, photo 2 of 5
Korean War-era South Korean M1 Garand and M1 Carbine rifles on display at the Yongsan War Memorial, Seoul, Korea, 1 Jun 2006Dutch fortification made of concrete-enclosed Ram cruiser tank, east of the IJssel River, near Olst, the Netherlands, 4 Jun 2006US Marine Corps War Memorial, 18 Jun 2006, photo 1 of 5US Marine Corps War Memorial, 18 Jun 2006, photo 2 of 5

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