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Branford, Connecticut: February 29, 2015. Uniforms, equipment and artifacts that belonged to the Tuskegee Airman pilots of World War II.   From the private collection of historical slave and segregation artifacts  belonging to African-American Jeffrey Fletcher.  ©Peter Hvizdak / The Image Works
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Branford, Connecticut: February 29, 2015. Uniforms, equipment and artifacts that belonged to the Tuskegee Airman pilots of World War II. From the private collection of historical slave and segregation artifacts belonging to African-American Jeffrey Fletcher. ©Peter Hvizdak / The Image Works
Branford, Connecticut: February 29, 2015. Uniforms, equipment and artifacts that belonged to the Tuskegee Airman pilots of World War II.   From the private collection of historical slave and segregation artifacts  belonging to African-American Jeffrey Fletcher.  ©Peter Hvizdak / The Image Works
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Branford, Connecticut: February 29, 2015. Uniforms, equipment and artifacts that belonged to the Tuskegee Airman pilots of World War II. From the private collection of historical slave and segregation artifacts belonging to African-American Jeffrey Fletcher. ©Peter Hvizdak / The Image Works
Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr. (December 18, 1912 – July 4, 2002) was an American United States Air Force General and commander of the World War II Tuskegee Airmen. the first African-American General officer in the United States Air Force.  ©World History Archive / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr. (December 18, 1912 – July 4, 2002) was an American United States Air Force General and commander of the World War II Tuskegee Airmen. the first African-American General officer in the United States Air Force. ©World History Archive / TopFoto / The Image Works
World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 34 from page 34 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" Description: A Jewish man emerges from his hiding place below the floor of a bunker prepared for the Warsaw ghetto uprising.   ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 34 from page 34 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" Description: A Jewish man emerges from his hiding place below the floor of a bunker prepared for the Warsaw ghetto uprising. ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 36 from page 36 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" Description: Sleeping quarters with a toilet in a bunker prepared by the Jewish resistance for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.   ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 36 from page 36 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" Description: Sleeping quarters with a toilet in a bunker prepared by the Jewish resistance for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 35 from page 35 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" Description: Sleeping quarters in a bunker prepared by the Jewish resistance for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising  ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 35 from page 35 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" Description: Sleeping quarters in a bunker prepared by the Jewish resistance for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 33 from page 33 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" Description: Sleeping quarters in a bunker prepared by the Jewish resistance for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising   ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 33 from page 33 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" Description: Sleeping quarters in a bunker prepared by the Jewish resistance for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Poland, Lublin: Overcrowded ghetto apartment of a Jewish family . November 1940 ©Hilmar Pabel / bpk / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Poland, Lublin: Overcrowded ghetto apartment of a Jewish family . November 1940 ©Hilmar Pabel / bpk / ullstein bild / The Image Works
World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 32 from page 32 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" . Description: Sleeping quarters in a bunker prepared by the Jewish resistance for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.   ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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World War II, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (19 April - 16 May 1943) . Photograph from the "Stroop Report" with the translated original title "The Jewish residential quarter in Warsaw has ceased to exist." by SS General Jürgen Stroop for the SS chief Heinrich Himmler, recounting the German suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the liquidation of the ghetto in the spring of 1943. English translation of the original German caption according the photograph 32 from page 32 of the pictorial report (NARA copy): "Photos showing parts of so called dwelling dugouts" . Description: Sleeping quarters in a bunker prepared by the Jewish resistance for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. ©histopics / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Nuremberg, Germany: October 1946. The body of Imperial marshal Hermann Goering after his suicide on October 15, 1946.  ©SZ Photo / Bleise, Günther / The Image Works
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Nuremberg, Germany: October 1946. The body of Imperial marshal Hermann Goering after his suicide on October 15, 1946. ©SZ Photo / Bleise, Günther / The Image Works
Sir Richard Strachan Kept Up For Several Hours A Tremendous Cannonade, 1902. Artist: Unknown. - Sir Richard Strachan Kept Up For Several Hours A Tremendous Cannonade, 1902. The Battle of Walcheren Causeway was an engagement of the Battle of the Scheldt between the 5th Canadian Infantry Brigade and troops of the German 15th Army in 1944. It was the first of many conflicts on and around Walcheren Island that constitute Operation Infatuate during the Scheldt battles. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. I. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1902] © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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Sir Richard Strachan Kept Up For Several Hours A Tremendous Cannonade, 1902. Artist: Unknown. - Sir Richard Strachan Kept Up For Several Hours A Tremendous Cannonade, 1902. The Battle of Walcheren Causeway was an engagement of the Battle of the Scheldt between the 5th Canadian Infantry Brigade and troops of the German 15th Army in 1944. It was the first of many conflicts on and around Walcheren Island that constitute Operation Infatuate during the Scheldt battles. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. I. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1902] © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
American troops disembark onto the sands of Normandy, 1944. Artist: Unknown. - American troops disembark onto the sands of Normandy, 1944. (Colorised black and white print). (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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American troops disembark onto the sands of Normandy, 1944. Artist: Unknown. - American troops disembark onto the sands of Normandy, 1944. (Colorised black and white print). (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
The King and Queen survey bomb damage, Buckingham Palace, London, WWII, 1940. Artist: Unknown. - The King and Queen survey bomb damage, Buckingham Palace, London, WWII, 1940. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth looking at the aftermath of a German bombing raid on 11 September 1940 which destroyed the palace chapel. After the event the Queen famously said I'm glad we have been bombed. Now I can look the East End in the face. The palace was bombed on seven occasions during the war. (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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The King and Queen survey bomb damage, Buckingham Palace, London, WWII, 1940. Artist: Unknown. - The King and Queen survey bomb damage, Buckingham Palace, London, WWII, 1940. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth looking at the aftermath of a German bombing raid on 11 September 1940 which destroyed the palace chapel. After the event the Queen famously said I'm glad we have been bombed. Now I can look the East End in the face. The palace was bombed on seven occasions during the war. (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
Adolf Hitler, German Nazi dictator, inspecting occupied Paris, France, 1940.  Artist: Unknown. - Greeks fight Persians, the Alexander Sarcophagus, Sidon, 4th century BC, (20th century). The Alexander Sarcophagus is a late 4th century BC Hellenistic stone sarcophagus adorned with bas-relief carvings of < Name not Found! > and his wars, held in the  Archaeological Museum, Istanbul. (Colorised black and white print).Adolf Hitler, German Nazi dictator, inspecting occupied Paris, France, 1940. Paris fell to the Germans on 14th June 1940. (Colorised black and white print). (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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Adolf Hitler, German Nazi dictator, inspecting occupied Paris, France, 1940. Artist: Unknown. - Greeks fight Persians, the Alexander Sarcophagus, Sidon, 4th century BC, (20th century). The Alexander Sarcophagus is a late 4th century BC Hellenistic stone sarcophagus adorned with bas-relief carvings of < Name not Found! > and his wars, held in the Archaeological Museum, Istanbul. (Colorised black and white print).Adolf Hitler, German Nazi dictator, inspecting occupied Paris, France, 1940. Paris fell to the Germans on 14th June 1940. (Colorised black and white print). (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
A boat of soldiers rescued from Dunkirk, 1940, (1945) Artist: Unknown. - A boat of soldiers rescued from Dunkirk, 1940, (1945). The Dunkirk evacuation, code-named Operation Dynamo, was the evacuation of Allied soldiers from the beaches and harbour of Dunkirk, France, between 26th May and 4th June 1940. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945]. (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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A boat of soldiers rescued from Dunkirk, 1940, (1945) Artist: Unknown. - A boat of soldiers rescued from Dunkirk, 1940, (1945). The Dunkirk evacuation, code-named Operation Dynamo, was the evacuation of Allied soldiers from the beaches and harbour of Dunkirk, France, between 26th May and 4th June 1940. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945]. (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
'The Family Must Eat', c1940 (1942). Artist: Unknown. - 'The Family Must Eat', c1940 (1942). An East End family cook a meal for the family from the ruined house across the street (visible through the window). The meal had been prepared over an open fire in the basement. From Frontline 1940-1941. [His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1942]. (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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'The Family Must Eat', c1940 (1942). Artist: Unknown. - 'The Family Must Eat', c1940 (1942). An East End family cook a meal for the family from the ruined house across the street (visible through the window). The meal had been prepared over an open fire in the basement. From Frontline 1940-1941. [His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1942]. (Colorised black and white print). © Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
German wolf in sheep's clothing, 1944. Found in the collection of Russian State Library, Moscow. ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT MUST ALSO BE CLEARED. © Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
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German wolf in sheep's clothing, 1944. Found in the collection of Russian State Library, Moscow. ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT MUST ALSO BE CLEARED. © Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
Stalingrad, 23 August 1942, 1942. Monument that survived a German bombing. Found in the collection of Moscow Photo Museum (House of Photography). ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT MUST ALSO BE CLEARED. © Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
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Stalingrad, 23 August 1942, 1942. Monument that survived a German bombing. Found in the collection of Moscow Photo Museum (House of Photography). ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT MUST ALSO BE CLEARED. © Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
The Crimea has closed for the season, 1943. Found in the collection of Russian State Library, Moscow. ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT MUST ALSO BE CLEARED. © Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
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The Crimea has closed for the season, 1943. Found in the collection of Russian State Library, Moscow. ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT MUST ALSO BE CLEARED. © Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
There is no line between the front and the rear in Leningrad... Zhdanov, 1942. Private Collection © Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
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There is no line between the front and the rear in Leningrad... Zhdanov, 1942. Private Collection © Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
Paris, France: November 1941. World War II. Fernand de Brinon, Generals Stülpnagel and Bridoux and, on the right, Colonel Speidel at the time of General Huntziger's death.  War Cabinet.  © LAPI / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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Paris, France: November 1941. World War II. Fernand de Brinon, Generals Stülpnagel and Bridoux and, on the right, Colonel Speidel at the time of General Huntziger's death. War Cabinet. © LAPI / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
japanse gun in Alaska State Museum May , 2017  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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japanse gun in Alaska State Museum May , 2017 © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
World War Two display in Alaska State Museum May , 2017  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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World War Two display in Alaska State Museum May , 2017 © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
Amagiri -  was the 15th of 24 Fubuki-class destroyers, built for the Imperial Japanese Navy following World War I. When introduced into service, these ships were the most powerful destroyers in the world. They served as first-line destroyers through the 1930s, and remained formidable weapons systems well into the Pacific War. She is most famous for ramming the PT-109 commanded by Lieutenant John F. Kennedy, who would later become the 35th President of the United States. ©Pictures From History / The Image Works
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Amagiri - was the 15th of 24 Fubuki-class destroyers, built for the Imperial Japanese Navy following World War I. When introduced into service, these ships were the most powerful destroyers in the world. They served as first-line destroyers through the 1930s, and remained formidable weapons systems well into the Pacific War. She is most famous for ramming the PT-109 commanded by Lieutenant John F. Kennedy, who would later become the 35th President of the United States. ©Pictures From History / The Image Works
John F Kennedy in WWII in the Solomon Islands ©TopFoto / The Image Works  This image contains a halftone screen.
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John F Kennedy in WWII in the Solomon Islands ©TopFoto / The Image Works
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