Washington’s (BB-56) crew on shore leave while the ship is docked in Balboa Inner Harbor, prior to transiting the Panama Canal in October 1945.
Japanese soldiers man a trench during the Sha-ho Operation (5–17 October 1904).
Japanese WW2 poster showing how far can American bombers travel (early 1940s).
Following a Luftwaffe Awards Ceremony at the Berghof.
A group of Hitler Youth captured by American soldiers of the 9th Armoured Division outside Leipzig, May 1945.
"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart." - Helen Keller.
A German soldier in a trench with a captured soviet PPSH-41 submachine gun on the eastern front.
A French policeman salutes as elements of the 4th, 9th, 7th and 79th U.S. Infantry Divisions parade in Cherbourg to mark the liberation of the city. The Battle of Cherbourg was part of the larger Battle of Normandy and was fought immediately after the successful Allied landings on 6 June 1944. American troops isolated and captured the fortified port, which was considered vital to the campaign in Western Europe, in a hard-fought, month-long campaign. Cherbourg-Octeville, Manche, Lower Normandy, France. July 1944.
Japanese infantry during field maneuvers, 1910s-20s.
Photo of Australian “Sydney” cruiser with its crew.
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