Damaged Möhnesee dam, Germany, late May 1943; note barrage balloonDamaged Möhnesee dam, viewed from a short distance down the Möhne River, Germany, late May 1943Inspecting North African bases, Winston Churchill attends a USAAF 414th Bombardment Squadron briefing at Chateau-dun-du-Rhumel Airfield, Algeria, 31 May 1943; note Brooke, Marshall, EdenLieutenant General Joseph Stilwell and Lieutenant General Jacob Devers, 31 May 1943
Damaged Möhnesee dam, Germany, late May 1943; note barrage balloonDamaged Möhnesee dam, viewed from a short distance down the Möhne River, Germany, late May 1943Inspecting North African bases, Winston Churchill attends a USAAF 414th Bombardment Squadron briefing at Chateau-dun-du-Rhumel Airfield, Algeria, 31 May 1943; note Brooke, Marshall, EdenLieutenant General Joseph Stilwell and Lieutenant General Jacob Devers, 31 May 1943
Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 1 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 2 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 3 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 4 of 4
Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 1 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 2 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 3 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 4 of 4


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