1,443 items in this album on 73 pages.

Canadian Ford CMP truck in post-war service as an ambulance in Poerworedjo, Java (now Purworejo), 1 Dec 1948.F4U-4 Corsair fighters of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-212 in flight over Wright Memorial, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, United States, 17 Dec 1948; seen in Feb 1949 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsThe last signatures of (right to left) Kenji Doihara, Iwane Matsui, Hideki Tojo, and Akira Muto shortly before their executions, 22 Dec 1948N3N-3 aircraft of US Department of Agriculture Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine at rest, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Dec 1948
Canadian Ford CMP truck in post-war service as an ambulance in Poerworedjo, Java (now Purworejo), 1 Dec 1948.F4U-4 Corsair fighters of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-212 in flight over Wright Memorial, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, United States, 17 Dec 1948; seen in Feb 1949 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsThe last signatures of (right to left) Kenji Doihara, Iwane Matsui, Hideki Tojo, and Akira Muto shortly before their executions, 22 Dec 1948N3N-3 aircraft of US Department of Agriculture Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine at rest, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Dec 1948
A B-29A Superfortress at rest at Naval Air Station St Louis, Missouri, USA, 1949.Captured Japanese Navy Type 0 Transport (Showa L2D) with Chinese markings at an airfield in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 1949ChiangDH.89 Dragon Rapide aircraft of Weston Ltd., Liverpool (Speke) Airport, England, United Kingdom, 1949
A B-29A Superfortress at rest at Naval Air Station St Louis, Missouri, USA, 1949.Captured Japanese Navy Type 0 Transport (Showa L2D) with Chinese markings at an airfield in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 1949Chiang's Republic of China at Taiwan citizen ID card, note he was citizen number oneDH.89 Dragon Rapide aircraft of Weston Ltd., Liverpool (Speke) Airport, England, United Kingdom, 1949
Edmund Veesenmayer at the Nuremberg Trials, Germany, 1946-1949Edmund Veesenmayer making his final statement during the Nuremberg Trials in Germany, 1949F-15A-1 Reporter resting at an airfield, circa late 1940sF4U-4 Corsair fighter in the midst of a failed carrier landing attempt on USS Sicily, 1949; seen in Nov 1978 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News
Edmund Veesenmayer at the Nuremberg Trials, Germany, 1946-1949Edmund Veesenmayer making his final statement during the Nuremberg Trials in Germany, 1949F-15A-1 Reporter resting at an airfield, circa late 1940sF4U-4 Corsair fighter in the midst of a failed carrier landing attempt on USS Sicily, 1949; seen in Nov 1978 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News
F4U-4 Corsair fighter of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-225 aboard USS Cabot, circa late 1940sF4U-5N Corsair nightfighter in flight, late 1940s; seen in Nov 1949 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsJoseph Stalin at a desk, 1949Korean military policemen with captured Japanese Type 92 machine gun, Seoul, Korea, late 1940s
F4U-4 Corsair fighter of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-225 aboard USS Cabot, circa late 1940sF4U-5N Corsair nightfighter in flight, late 1940s; seen in Nov 1949 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsJoseph Stalin at a desk, 1949Korean military policemen with captured Japanese Type 92 machine gun, Seoul, Korea, late 1940s
L-18 Lodestar aircraft Lewis Puller and family, circa 1949Lieutenant Grace Hopper, circa late 1940sNew Jersey National Guard T-6 Texan aircraft in flight in the United States, post-war
L-18 Lodestar aircraft 'Kotare' of New Zealand National Airways Corporation, a former RNZAF transport, circa 1949-1950Lewis Puller and family, circa 1949Lieutenant Grace Hopper, circa late 1940sNew Jersey National Guard T-6 Texan aircraft in flight in the United States, post-war

1,443 items in this album on 73 pages.



Search WW2DB & Partner Sites


Famous WW2 Quote
"You ask, what is our aim? I can answer in one word. It is victory. Victory at all costs. Victory in spite of all terrors. Victory, however long and hard the road may be, for without victory there is no survival."

Winston Churchill