35 items in this album on 2 pages.
|US Army sentry at the partially capsized Vichy-French ocean liner SS Porthos in the harbor at Casablanca, French Morocco, 8 Nov 1942. The Porthos was damaged by 16-inch shells fired from the USS Massachusetts.||Anti-aircraft gunfire seen above American ships against French fighters, off Casablanca, Morocco, early morning of 8 Nov 1942; seen from the after deck of battleship Massachusetts||Battleship Massachusetts maneuvering off Casablanca, Morocco, 8 Nov 1942, as seen from destroyer Mayrant||United States Army troops making their initial landing at Safi, Morocco south of Casablanca, 8 Nov 1942. Photo taken from an airplane flying from the USS Santee.|
|View looking forward from battleship Massachusetts' after deck during lull of battle, off Casablanca, Morocco, 8 Nov 1942||Aerial photograph from a USS Ranger plane showing three badly damaged French warships beached at Casablanca, French Morocco, 11 Nov 1942. They were damaged in the Battle of Casablanca 8 Nov 1942||French destroyer Milan beached at Casablanca, French Morocco, 16 Nov 1942 after being damaged in the Battle of Casablanca 8 Nov 1942.||The incomplete French battleship Jean Bart at Casablanca, French Morocco, 16 Nov 1942, with damage from 16-inch shells and 1,000-pound bombs inflicted by US Navy forces on 8 Nov 1942 during the Operation Torch landings.|
|United States Army Lt Robert Longini photographing German prisoners of war captured during Operation Torch at Fedala, French Morocco (now Mohammedia, Morocco), Nov 1942.||The Anfa House in Casablanca, Morocco, Jan 1943. This house was part of Camp Anfa on the grounds of the Anfa Hotel. Anfa House was Franklin Rooseveltâ€™s residence during the Casablanca Conference.||WRNS, ATS, and WAAF officers at work aboard HMS Bulolo during the Casablanca Conference, Casablanca, Morocco, circa 14 Jan 1943||WRNS, ATS, and WAAF officers receiving instructions from British Royal Navy Paymaster Commander Stanning aboard HMS Bulolo while the ship was off Casablanca, Morocco, circa 14 Jan 1943|
|Franklin Roosevelt speaking with George Patton, Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943||Lt General George Patton and Vice Admiral the Lord Louis Mountbatten at Camp Anfa near Casablanca, Morocco, 18 Jan 1943||Major General George Patton and Vice-Admiral Louis Mountbatten at Camp Anfa, near Casablanca, Morocco, 18 Jan 1943. Mountbatten had just presented Britainâ€™s Military Medal to US Army Ranger Sergeant Franklin Koons.||President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill confer with the Combined Chiefs of Staff during the Casablanca Conference at Rooseveltâ€™s Dar es Saada villa in Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943.|
|US Army Ranger Sergeant Franklin Koons posing for photographers immediately following being presented with Great Britainâ€™s Military Medal by Vice Admiral Louis Mountbatten, Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943||US Army Ranger Sergeant Franklin Koons shaking hands with British Vice Admiral Louis Mountbatten immediately following being presented with Great Britainâ€™s Military Medal at Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943||Henri Giraud and Franklin Roosevelt at Casablanca, French Morocco, 19 Jan 1943||US Army honor guard presenting the colors outside the Presidentâ€™s villa â€˜Dar es Saadaâ€™ in the Anfa neighborhood of Casablanca, French Morocco during the Casablanca Conference, Jan 1943.|
35 items in this album on 2 pages.