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B-24J Liberator “The Shack” of the 754th Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK, 1944-45.B-25 bombers of 4th Bombardment Squadron, 1st Bombardment Group, Chinese-American Composite Wing (Provisional) at Zhijiang Airfield, Hunan, China, 1943-1945B-25 Mitchell bomber of the 405th Bomb Squadron “Green Dragons” employing the skip-bombing technique against enemy shipping, southwest Pacific, 1944-45.B-26B Marauder “Shootin’ In” of the 556th Bomb Squadron releasing its bomb load, 1944-45
B-24J Liberator “The Shack” of the 754th Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK, 1944-45.B-25 bombers of 4th Bombardment Squadron, 1st Bombardment Group, Chinese-American Composite Wing (Provisional) at Zhijiang Airfield, Hunan, China, 1943-1945B-25 Mitchell bomber of the 405th Bomb Squadron “Green Dragons” employing the skip-bombing technique against enemy shipping, southwest Pacific, 1944-45.B-26B Marauder “Shootin’ In” of the 556th Bomb Squadron releasing its bomb load, 1944-45
Bai Chongxi and other officers with Chiang Kaishek, date unknownBai Chongxi, date unknownBase Operations center of Peishiyi (Baishiyi) Airfield near Chongqing, China, circa 1944Battleship Iowa firing her 16-inch primary guns during a drill in the Pacific Ocean, circa 1944
Bai Chongxi and other officers with Chiang Kaishek, date unknownBai Chongxi, date unknownBase Operations center of Peishiyi (Baishiyi) Airfield near Chongqing, China, circa 1944Battleship Iowa firing her 16-inch primary guns during a drill in the Pacific Ocean, circa 1944
Battleship Ise, 1944Battleship USS Iowa launching one of her Vought OS2U Kingfisher float planes while two others remained on their catapults, location unknown, 1944Bell P-39 Airacobra on the Haleiwa Fighter Strip, Oahu, Hawaii, 1943-45. Note temporary nature of the tower construction.Benito Mussolini inspecting a defensive fortification, Italy, 1944; note the Panzer V turret
Battleship Ise, 1944Battleship USS Iowa launching one of her Vought OS2U Kingfisher float planes while two others remained on their catapults, location unknown, 1944Bell P-39 Airacobra on the Haleiwa Fighter Strip, Oahu, Hawaii, 1943-45. Note temporary nature of the tower construction.Benito Mussolini inspecting a defensive fortification, Italy, 1944; note the Panzer V turret
Benito Mussolini speaking with a Black Shirt soldier, Italy, 1944Benito Mussolini studying a map with a German general, Italy, 1944Bf 110 aircraft in flight over Budapest, Hungary, early 1944Blaskowitz at his desk, circa 1944
Benito Mussolini speaking with a Black Shirt soldier, Italy, 1944Benito Mussolini studying a map with a German general, Italy, 1944Bf 110 aircraft in flight over Budapest, Hungary, early 1944Blaskowitz at his desk, circa 1944
Blueprint of inboard profile for Haskell-class attack transportBomb bay gasoline tanks for B-25 Mitchell bombers sat at the North American Aviation plant awaiting assembly, Inglewood, California, United States, 1944Boys at the barbed wire at the Manzanar Relocation Center for deported Japanese-Americans, 1944. This photo was taken by professional photographer, Toyo Miyatake, who was also an internee.Brigadier General Donald Brann and Lieutenant General Mark Clark, Italy, 1943-1944
Blueprint of inboard profile for Haskell-class attack transportBomb bay gasoline tanks for B-25 Mitchell bombers sat at the North American Aviation plant awaiting assembly, Inglewood, California, United States, 1944Boys at the barbed wire at the Manzanar Relocation Center for deported Japanese-Americans, 1944. This photo was taken by professional photographer, Toyo Miyatake, who was also an internee.Brigadier General Donald Brann and Lieutenant General Mark Clark, Italy, 1943-1944

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