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Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 4 of 4; note Robert Elliott in background, with cameraAdmiral William Halsey aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownAdmiral William Leahy and Captain Carl Holden aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownAerial photo of German V2 site at the Wizernes, France area, 1944
Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 4 of 4; note Robert Elliott in background, with cameraAdmiral William Halsey aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownAdmiral William Leahy and Captain Carl Holden aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownAerial photo of German V2 site at the Wizernes, France area, 1944
Aerial photo of Sobibór concentration camp, Poland, 1942-1945Aerial photo of Sobibór concentration camp, Poland, 1944Aerial view of a pair of bridges over Daito River (now Dadu River) in Shoka (now Changhua), Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of burned out buildings in Hamburg, Germany, circa 1944-1945
Aerial photo of Sobibór concentration camp, Poland, 1942-1945Aerial photo of Sobibór concentration camp, Poland, 1944Aerial view of a pair of bridges over Daito River (now Dadu River) in Shoka (now Changhua), Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of burned out buildings in Hamburg, Germany, circa 1944-1945
Aerial view of Carlsen Field, Trinidad, 1943-1948Aerial view of Fighter Strip #1 on Guadalcanal a short distance from the main airstrip at Henderson Field, 1944Aerial view of Nadzab Airfield, Territory of New Guinea, 1944Aerial view of No. 12 Prisoner of War compound near Cowra, NSW, Australia, circa 1944
Aerial view of Carlsen Field, Trinidad, 1943-1948Aerial view of Fighter Strip #1 on Guadalcanal a short distance from the main airstrip at Henderson Field, 1944Aerial view of Nadzab Airfield, Territory of New Guinea, 1944Aerial view of No. 12 Prisoner of War compound near Cowra, NSW, Australia, circa 1944
Aerial view of Taichu Airfield, Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of the former Reigaryo Airfield site and surrounding area on the coast of Takao Harbor, southern Taiwan, 1944African-American air raid wardens at a sector meeting in Washington, DC, United States, date unknownAfrican-American factory worker Bertha Stallworth inspecting a 40-mm artillery shell, Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, date unknown
Aerial view of Taichu Airfield, Taiwan, 1944Aerial view of the former Reigaryo Airfield site and surrounding area on the coast of Takao Harbor, southern Taiwan, 1944African-American air raid wardens at a sector meeting in Washington, DC, United States, date unknownAfrican-American factory worker Bertha Stallworth inspecting a 40-mm artillery shell, Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, date unknown
African-American guards Seamen 1st Class Dook Bland and Taft Gray guarding the entrance to the US Navy base at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, date unknownAfrican-American soldiers of the US Army 41st Engineers in color guard ceremony, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, United States, date unknownAfrican-American United States Marine Corps Corporal Robert L. Hardin checking the main distributing frame in Montford Point Base, New River, North Carolina, United States for line difficulties, dateAfrican-American US Army Private Lloyd A. Taylor, a 21-year-old transportation dispatcher at Mitchel Field, New York City, New York, United States studying Chinese, date unknown
African-American guards Seamen 1st Class Dook Bland and Taft Gray guarding the entrance to the US Navy base at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, date unknownAfrican-American soldiers of the US Army 41st Engineers in color guard ceremony, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, United States, date unknownAfrican-American United States Marine Corps Corporal Robert L. Hardin checking the main distributing frame in Montford Point Base, New River, North Carolina, United States for line difficulties, dateAfrican-American US Army Private Lloyd A. Taylor, a 21-year-old transportation dispatcher at Mitchel Field, New York City, New York, United States studying Chinese, date unknown

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