World War II
World War II
U.S. Air Force Douglas Skytrain C-47 (military cargo version of DC-3) in flight, location unknown
'The Knotty Problem of Capitol Hill Finding a Way to Raise Taxes Without Losing a Single Vote
U.S. Marine on the beach at Peleliu; strapped to his back is a walkie-talkie
After a round of bombardment by artillery shells, members of the 87th Mortar Division, U
(1890-1969). 34th President of the United States
A squadron of Brewster F2A Buffalo fighter planes undergoing flight tests, 1941.
The crew of the aircraft carrier USS Lexington exercising on the flight deck during World War II
American army officer. General Stilwell (left) with Colonel Rothwell Brown at his
'The Next Generation.' American cartoon by D
Italian World War II recruitment poster for the auxiliary service of the 10th Flotilla.
Members of the first group of African American pilots in the history of the U.S. Army Air Corps
Color guards and color bearers of the Japanese-American 442nd Combat Team stand at
A flight of twelve Grumman 'Avenger' torpedo-bombers over the South Pacific
Petrina Moore, a Cherokee Native American, and a welder at the Todd Hoboken dry dock in New Jersey
Follow Me!: Colonel Aubrey S. Newman leading the 3rd Battalion of the 35th U
U.S. Navy Grumman 'Hellcat' (F6F) fighter photographed, 1943, during World War II.
A woman riveter working on an A-20 Havoc light attack bomber at the Douglas Aircraft
U.S. Marines crouching in the jungle near the beach of Cape Torokina, Bougainville
'Fly 1' the take-off signal officer gives a fighter plane the 'Go' sign on an U
'Time to get up and face the new day!' American cartoon by Dr
The USS Shaw exploding during the Japanese attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor
American P-51 Mustang fighter planes over Iwo Jima, 1945.
Members of the 439th Troop Carrier Group await the signal to board a CF-4 glider
American army officer. Stilwell reading a map in the field. Photographed c1942.
A take-off signal officer gives a fighter plane the 'Go' sign on board the
Women welders at a shipyard in Richmond, California, at work on the construction
Men working on an assembly line to manufacture U
(1874-1965). English statesman and writer
Advertisement by Pontiac and General Motors honoring the men and women in different
The military aircraft carrier, USS Yorktown, in a scene from the American propaganda film
American folk singer and composer. Performing at the opening of the Washington D
New Zealand infantryman on the lookout for enemy snipers at Cassino, Italy
U.S. Navy Air Force Helldiver, a cannon-firing warplane, in the Pacific Theater
"The Attack Begins in the Factory": English poster, c1944, showing the
Women engine cleaners on the Pennsylvania Railroad, taking the place of men fighting
A Martin PBM Mariner flying 'boat' in World War II.
A crowd in New York City's Times Square in the early morning hours of 14 August
(1884-1962). Wife of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
A group of Tuskegee Airmen attending a briefing at Ramitella Airfield in Italy, March 1945
Goats on the runway at an airfield in Ramitelli, Italy. Photograph by Toni Frissell
P-59A 'Airacomet', the first American jet-propelled aircraft to fly, 1 October
'Off with the Mask.' Cartoon, 5 December 1942, by Ralph Soulpault in 'Le Petit Parisien
A Signal Corps message center set up in the back of a military truck during a field
Pilots and crew preparing fighter planes aboard the USS Enterprise prior to their
General Dwight D. Eisenhower (left) greets General George C. Marshall, U.S. Army Chief of Staff
A World War II Boeing B17 'Flying Fortress' bomber aircraft.
U.S. Air Force military Aircraft during World War II.
Factory worker Lucille Ciecko, drilling castings for toy trains at a plant in New Haven
The "Mission Belle," a U.S. Army airplane, somewhere in the Southwest Pacific.
Members of the Tuskegee Airmen 332nd Fighter Group at a briefing at Ramitelli Airfield
'Service on the Home Front.' American poster for the Pennsylvania State Council of Defense
American soldiers during a 'mop-up' operation on Papua New Guinea, March 1943.
U.S. Navy ship used for laying steel anti-torpedo nets, which were placed at the
Third and final page of the English version of the formal instrument of Germany's
American soldiers aboard a U.S. Coast Guard landing craft prior to the invasion of Normandy
Members of the Women's Army Corps perform a drill wearing gas masks at Daytona Beach
An RCAF Spitfire airplane over the beaches of Normandy after the D-Day invasion on 6 June 1944
A U.S. Marine takes aim at a Japanese sniper near the town of Shuri, Okinawa, 1945.
'Save Your Cans. Help Pass the Ammunition.' American World War II poster.
'Your Talk May Kill Your Comrades.' British World War II poster, 1942, by
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