Alaska off the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 30 Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2Alaska off the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 30 Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2Battleship USS Missouri at anchor in Gravesend Bay, New York, United States, 30 Jul 1944. Note Measure 32, Design 22D paint scheme.Brigadier General Gilbert Cheves and Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with non-commissioned officers, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944
Alaska off the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 30 Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2Alaska off the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 30 Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2Battleship USS Missouri at anchor in Gravesend Bay, New York, United States, 30 Jul 1944. Note Measure 32, Design 22D paint scheme.Brigadier General Gilbert Cheves and Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with non-commissioned officers, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944
Brigadier General Gilbert Cheves, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and writer Arthur Moore, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944Corporal Abe Brandes serving Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell ice cream at a US Army ice cream plant in Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944Japanese-American Chaplain Hiro Higuchi of 2nd Battalion, US 442nd Regimental Combat Team reading names of 72 fallen soldiers, Cecina area, Italy, 30 Jul 1944Japanese-American soldiers of 2nd Battalion, US 442nd Regimental Combat Team playing taps after riflemen fired salute, memorial ceremony for the fallen, Cecina area, Italy, 30 Jul 1944
Brigadier General Gilbert Cheves, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and writer Arthur Moore, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944Corporal Abe Brandes serving Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell ice cream at a US Army ice cream plant in Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944Japanese-American Chaplain Hiro Higuchi of 2nd Battalion, US 442nd Regimental Combat Team reading names of 72 fallen soldiers, Cecina area, Italy, 30 Jul 1944Japanese-American soldiers of 2nd Battalion, US 442nd Regimental Combat Team playing taps after riflemen fired salute, memorial ceremony for the fallen, Cecina area, Italy, 30 Jul 1944
Japanese-American soldiers of US 442nd Regimental Combat Team singing Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell and Brigadier General Gilbert Cheves, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to Coporal Jerry Givney at US Army radio station VU2Au, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to soldiers in the mess hall of 112th Station Hospital, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944
Japanese-American soldiers of US 442nd Regimental Combat Team singing 'Abide in Me' at the memorial ceremony for fallen soldiers, Cecina Area, Italy, 30 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell and Brigadier General Gilbert Cheves, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to Coporal Jerry Givney at US Army radio station VU2Au, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to soldiers in the mess hall of 112th Station Hospital, Calcutta, India, 30 Jul 1944
M3 Gun Motor Carriage of US 2nd Marine Division, Tinian, Mariana Islands, 30 Jul 1944Two French boys watched from a hilltop as Allied vehicles passed through the badly damaged city of Saint-Lô, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944US Marines in the Mariana Islands, circa Jul-Aug 1944Wrecked C6N-1 aircraft of Japanese Navy 121st Kokutai in a hangar, Ushi Point Airfield, Tinian, Mariana Islands, 30 Jul 1944. Note the Marine Corps Curtiss R5C-1 Commando in the background.
M3 Gun Motor Carriage of US 2nd Marine Division, Tinian, Mariana Islands, 30 Jul 1944Two French boys watched from a hilltop as Allied vehicles passed through the badly damaged city of Saint-Lô, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944US Marines in the Mariana Islands, circa Jul-Aug 1944Wrecked C6N-1 aircraft of Japanese Navy 121st Kokutai in a hangar, Ushi Point Airfield, Tinian, Mariana Islands, 30 Jul 1944. Note the Marine Corps Curtiss R5C-1 Commando in the background.


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