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The mooring mast on the Ewa Plain, Oahu, Hawaii after being shortened to 50-ft, Mar 23, 1932.Aerial view of the Ewa airship landing area after the mooring mast had been shortened to 50-ft., 24 Mar 1932.Adolf Hitler reviewing a Nazi SA parade, Braunschweig, Germany, Apr 1932Benito Mussolini in an admiral
The mooring mast on the Ewa Plain, Oahu, Hawaii after being shortened to 50-ft, Mar 23, 1932.Aerial view of the Ewa airship landing area after the mooring mast had been shortened to 50-ft., 24 Mar 1932.Adolf Hitler reviewing a Nazi SA parade, Braunschweig, Germany, Apr 1932Benito Mussolini in an admiral's uniform, Genoa, Italy, Apr 1932
Crowd gathering to hear Adolf Hitler speak during the German Presidental Election of 1932, Berlin, Germany, Apr 1932Do X aircraft in flight over the Atlantic Ocean, seen through a port hole of a passenger ship, Apr 1932German Nazi SA men in parade, Braunschweig, Germany, Apr 1932Memorial service in Shanghai, China for the Chinese soldiers fallen during the First Battle of Shanghai, mid-1932
Crowd gathering to hear Adolf Hitler speak during the German Presidental Election of 1932, Berlin, Germany, Apr 1932Do X aircraft in flight over the Atlantic Ocean, seen through a port hole of a passenger ship, Apr 1932German Nazi SA men in parade, Braunschweig, Germany, Apr 1932Memorial service in Shanghai, China for the Chinese soldiers fallen during the First Battle of Shanghai, mid-1932
Adolf Hitler speaking at the Berliner Schloss at Lustgarten during the German Presidental Election of 1932, Berlin, Germany, 4 Apr 1932; note Goebbels next to HitlerXP2Y-1 prototype aircraft at rest at Naval Air Station Anascostia, Washington DC, United States, 17 Apr 1932Yamashiro undergoing reconstruction, Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Apr 1932Kim Gu and Yun Bong-gil, taken shortly before Yun
Adolf Hitler speaking at the Berliner Schloss at Lustgarten during the German Presidental Election of 1932, Berlin, Germany, 4 Apr 1932; note Goebbels next to HitlerXP2Y-1 prototype aircraft at rest at Naval Air Station Anascostia, Washington DC, United States, 17 Apr 1932Yamashiro undergoing reconstruction, Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Apr 1932Kim Gu and Yun Bong-gil, taken shortly before Yun's 29 Apr 1932 attack on Japanese leaders in Shanghai, China
Portrait of Yun Bong-gil, taken shortly before his 29 Apr 1932 attack on Japanese leaders in Shanghai, ChinaYoshinori Shirakawa, Kichisaburo Nomura, and others at Hongkou Park (now Lu Xun Park) moments before a bomb was detonated, Shanghai, China, 29 Apr 1932Yun Bong-gil under arrest after the Shanghai, China attack, 29 Apr 1932, photo 1 of 2Yun Bong-gil under arrest after the Shanghai, China attack, 29 Apr 1932, photo 2 of 2
Portrait of Yun Bong-gil, taken shortly before his 29 Apr 1932 attack on Japanese leaders in Shanghai, ChinaYoshinori Shirakawa, Kichisaburo Nomura, and others at Hongkou Park (now Lu Xun Park) moments before a bomb was detonated, Shanghai, China, 29 Apr 1932Yun Bong-gil under arrest after the Shanghai, China attack, 29 Apr 1932, photo 1 of 2Yun Bong-gil under arrest after the Shanghai, China attack, 29 Apr 1932, photo 2 of 2
Close-up of the tail of the Do X aircraft, May 1932Do X aircraft at the Müggelsee lake in Berlin, Germany, May 1932Do X aircraft in flight over the Atlantic Ocean, May 1932Light cruiser Tatsuta, May 1932
Close-up of the tail of the Do X aircraft, May 1932Do X aircraft at the Müggelsee lake in Berlin, Germany, May 1932Do X aircraft in flight over the Atlantic Ocean, May 1932Light cruiser Tatsuta, May 1932

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