Dresden, Germany in ruins, 14 Feb 1945Franklin Roosevelt and King Abdul-Aziz (Ibn Saud) of Saudi Arabia aboard USS Quincy, Great Bitter Lake, Egypt, 14 Feb 1945. The King is speaking to the interpreter, Marine Corps Colonel William A. Eddy (kneeling), minister to Saudi ArabiaJohn Winant, Anna Boettiger (née Roosevelt), and Harry Hopkins aboard USS Quincy off Egypt, 14 Feb 1945Marine F4U Corsair of VMF-123 aboard USS Bennington after crashing against the island, breaking in half, and catching fire, 14 Feb 1945 off Iwo Jima. Note burning fuel in the flight deck tie-down track.
Dresden, Germany in ruins, 14 Feb 1945Franklin Roosevelt and King Abdul-Aziz (Ibn Saud) of Saudi Arabia aboard USS Quincy, Great Bitter Lake, Egypt, 14 Feb 1945. The King is speaking to the interpreter, Marine Corps Colonel William A. Eddy (kneeling), minister to Saudi ArabiaJohn Winant, Anna Boettiger (née Roosevelt), and Harry Hopkins aboard USS Quincy off Egypt, 14 Feb 1945Marine F4U Corsair of VMF-123 aboard USS Bennington after crashing against the island, breaking in half, and catching fire, 14 Feb 1945 off Iwo Jima. Note burning fuel in the flight deck tie-down track.
US Army Signal Corp Photo Tec-4 Elvin Harley getting a kiss from a French child while listening to the US 9th Armored Division Band near Aboncourt, France, 14 Feb 1945Winant, Roosevelt, Stettinius, and Hopkins aboard USS Quincy off Egypt, 14 Feb 1945
US Army Signal Corp Photo Tec-4 Elvin Harley getting a kiss from a French child while listening to the US 9th Armored Division Band near Aboncourt, France, 14 Feb 1945Winant, Roosevelt, Stettinius, and Hopkins aboard USS Quincy off Egypt, 14 Feb 1945


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