Aerial view of USS Alabama in the Atlantic Ocean, 4 Mar 1943HMS Victorious moored at Berth F-10, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, Mar 4, 1943. The carrier was undergoing modifications for service during the period she was on loan to the US Fleet. Photo 1 of 2.HMS Victorious moored at Berth F-10, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, Mar 4, 1943. The carrier was undergoing modifications for service during the period she was on loan to the US Fleet. Photo 2 of 2.Japanese ship burning after being attacked by the US 5th Air Force, Battle of Bismarck Sea, 4 Mar 1943
Aerial view of USS Alabama in the Atlantic Ocean, 4 Mar 1943HMS Victorious moored at Berth F-10, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, Mar 4, 1943. The carrier was undergoing modifications for service during the period she was on loan to the US Fleet. Photo 1 of 2.HMS Victorious moored at Berth F-10, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, Mar 4, 1943. The carrier was undergoing modifications for service during the period she was on loan to the US Fleet. Photo 2 of 2.Japanese ship burning after being attacked by the US 5th Air Force, Battle of Bismarck Sea, 4 Mar 1943
Soviet anti-tank gunners with PTRD-41 rifles marching near Vyazma, Russia, 4 Mar 1943Superstructure of USS Alabama while underway in the Atlantic Ocean, 4 Mar 1943US 5th Air Force aircraft bracketed a Japanese transport with bombs, Battle of the Bismarck Sea, 4 Mar 1943USS Alabama in the Atlantic Ocean, 4 Mar 1943
Soviet anti-tank gunners with PTRD-41 rifles marching near Vyazma, Russia, 4 Mar 1943Superstructure of USS Alabama while underway in the Atlantic Ocean, 4 Mar 1943US 5th Air Force aircraft bracketed a Japanese transport with bombs, Battle of the Bismarck Sea, 4 Mar 1943USS Alabama in the Atlantic Ocean, 4 Mar 1943


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