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Oranienburg Sachenhausen Todesmarch

Oranienburg Sachenhausen Todesmarch

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American Thunderbolt Fighter Plane and its Pilot Lámina fotográfica por Dmitri Kessel

Wounded troops seek cover behind a destroyed German Panzer IV tank. Overturned by bomb attacks from Allied planes. Avranches area, Aug 1944.

Wounded troops seek cover behind a destroyed German Panzer IV tank. Overturned by bomb attacks from Allied planes.

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WWll era piston-engined aircraft for your viewing pleasure

Der Gabelschwanz Teufel - Assessing the Lockheed P-38 Lightning

Lockheed Lightning photo-reconnaissance aircraft over the English countryside. bearing the bold black & white invasion stripes of the Normandy Campaign (USAF)

XIX TAC, 12000 Sorties 1944 | EUCMH

"Splash one"."One Down" Mustang, World War II, by Ronnie Olsthoorn

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[Photo] Mustang fighters of the US Army Air Force Fighter Squadron flying in formation, Europe, 7 Aug 1944

Jack S. JENKINS, the CO of the 55th Fighter Group, sits in cockpit of his Lightning at Nuthampstead air base in October 1943. Jack Jenkins was credited with the first Lightning victory in the 8th Air Force. He added one more confirmed, one probable and one damaged before he was shot down and taken as POW on 10 April 1944. Roger Freeman Collection (FRE 145)

XIX TAC - 12000 Sorties 1944 Fighter and Bomber Sorties, XIX Tactical Air Command's First Month of Operations in Support of the US Third Army in Fran

Four 1,000-lb bombs from a US Ninth Air Force B-26 Marauder bomber fall towards their target, the railway bridge over the Loire at Les Ponts-de-Ce, Angers, France, 1 August 1944. The attack was part of the Allied plan to disrupt the Germans' ability to reinforce their forces in Normandy.

EA Four 1 bombs from a US Ninth Air Force Marauder bomber fall towards their target the railway bridge over the Loire at Les Ponts-de-Ce Angers France 1 August 1944

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