A Russian soldier, sailor, and a political officer in Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1943Damaged buildings in southern Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1942, photo 1 of 2Damaged buildings in southern Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1942, photo 2 of 2German troops in a foxhole covered by a wrecked T-34 tank, Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1942
A Russian soldier, sailor, and a political officer in Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1943Damaged buildings in southern Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1942, photo 1 of 2Damaged buildings in southern Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1942, photo 2 of 2German troops in a foxhole covered by a wrecked T-34 tank, Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1942
German troops in a vehicle observing a prairie fire near Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1942President Franklin Roosevelt touring the Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942. Photo 1 of 2.President Franklin Roosevelt touring the Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942. Photo 2 of 2.Splattered with champaign, Anna Boettiger (daughter of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt) has just christened Liberty-ship SS Joseph N. Teal at Oregon Shipbuilding, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942.
German troops in a vehicle observing a prairie fire near Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1942President Franklin Roosevelt touring the Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942. Photo 1 of 2.President Franklin Roosevelt touring the Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942. Photo 2 of 2.Splattered with champaign, Anna Boettiger (daughter of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt) has just christened Liberty-ship SS Joseph N. Teal at Oregon Shipbuilding, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942.


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