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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 MassachusettsBattleship Massachusetts maneuvering off Casablanca, Morocco, 8 Nov 1942, as seen from destroyer MayrantUnited 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.
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 MassachusettsBattleship Massachusetts maneuvering off Casablanca, Morocco, 8 Nov 1942, as seen from destroyer MayrantUnited 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 MassachusettsAerial 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 1942French 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.
View looking forward from battleship Massachusetts' after deck during lull of battle, off Casablanca, Morocco, 8 Nov 1942Aerial 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 1942French 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.
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 Roosevelt’s residence during the Casablanca Conference.Franklin Roosevelt speaking with George Patton, Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943Lt General George Patton and Vice Admiral the Lord Louis Mountbatten at Camp Anfa near Casablanca, Morocco, 18 Jan 1943Major General George Patton and Vice-Admiral Louis Mountbatten at Camp Anfa, near Casablanca, Morocco, 18 Jan 1943. Mountbatten had just presented Britain’s Military Medal to US Army Ranger Sergeant Franklin Koons.
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 Roosevelt’s residence during the Casablanca Conference.Franklin Roosevelt speaking with George Patton, Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943Lt General George Patton and Vice Admiral the Lord Louis Mountbatten at Camp Anfa near Casablanca, Morocco, 18 Jan 1943Major General George Patton and Vice-Admiral Louis Mountbatten at Camp Anfa, near Casablanca, Morocco, 18 Jan 1943. Mountbatten had just presented Britain’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 Roosevelt’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 Britain’s Military Medal by Vice Admiral Louis Mountbatten, Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943US Army Ranger Sergeant Franklin Koons shaking hands with British Vice Admiral Louis Mountbatten immediately following being presented with Great Britain’s Military Medal at Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943Henri Giraud and Franklin Roosevelt at Casablanca, French Morocco, 19 Jan 1943
President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill confer with the Combined Chiefs of Staff during the Casablanca Conference at Roosevelt’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 Britain’s Military Medal by Vice Admiral Louis Mountbatten, Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943US Army Ranger Sergeant Franklin Koons shaking hands with British Vice Admiral Louis Mountbatten immediately following being presented with Great Britain’s Military Medal at Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943Henri Giraud and Franklin Roosevelt at Casablanca, French Morocco, 19 Jan 1943
US Army honor guard presenting the colors outside the President’s villa ‘Dar es Saada’ in the Anfa neighborhood of Casablanca, French Morocco during the Casablanca Conference, Jan 1943.Winston Churchill and Vice Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten in front of Churchill’s residence in Casablanca, Morocco for the Casablanca Conference, Jan 1943.Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, Hastings Ismay, and Louis Mountbatten at ChurchillFranklin Roosevelt awarding Brigadier General William Wilbur the Medal of Honor, Casablanca, French Morocco, 22 Jan 1943; note George Marshall in background and George Patton assisting. Photo 1 of 2.
US Army honor guard presenting the colors outside the President’s villa ‘Dar es Saada’ in the Anfa neighborhood of Casablanca, French Morocco during the Casablanca Conference, Jan 1943.Winston Churchill and Vice Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten in front of Churchill’s residence in Casablanca, Morocco for the Casablanca Conference, Jan 1943.Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, Hastings Ismay, and Louis Mountbatten at Churchill's Villa Mirador in Casablanca, Morocco, 20 Jan 1943Franklin Roosevelt awarding Brigadier General William Wilbur the Medal of Honor, Casablanca, French Morocco, 22 Jan 1943; note George Marshall in background and George Patton assisting. Photo 1 of 2.

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