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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Olga Shirnina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Sniper volunteer Nadezhda Kolesnikova. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Sniper Yevgenia Makeeva killed 68b fascists. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko WW2 Red Army sniper. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Ziba DeNoise. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Central Women's School of Sniper Training, 1943. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko Soviet sniper during World War II. Credited with 309 kills the most successful female sniper in history. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyuba Makarova. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza-Shanina-soviet-female-sniper-WW2. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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The crew of an M$ tank standing in front of it. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M3 Tanks. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M4 Tank. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M3 tank and crew using small arms. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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The crew of an M$ tank standing in front of it. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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A young soldier of the armored forces holds and sights his Garand rifle like an old timer. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Tank Driver. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M4 and M3 tanks on maneuvers. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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An M3 Stuart light tank drives through a water obstacle. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Tank Commander. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Crewman of an M3 Tank posing for the camera. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M3 tanks in action. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Tank Commander poses. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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The crew of an M$ tank standing in front of it. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Second Lieutenant Don Gentile poses in front of his uniquely marked Spitfire VB BL255 at Debden soon after joining the USAAF in September 1942. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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On 22 September 1942 the press visited the 309th FS at Westhampnett (now Goodwood airfield) where the unit entertained them by conducting the usual 'stunts' associated wiht such occasions. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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the very last USAAF pilot to 'make ace' on the Spitfire was New Yorker First Lieutenant Richard Hurd of the 308th FS. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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Major Harrison Thyng strikes a typical fighter pilot's pose while undertaking his conversion on to the Spitfire in late June 1942 at Atcham. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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These Mk VBs, assigned to 52nd FG's 2nd Fighter Squadron, are seen basking in the summer sun at either Eglinton, in Northern Ireland, or Atcham, in Shropshire. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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Colonel Albert Clark became the first operation USAAF fighter casualty in Europe on 26 July 1942, flying Spitfire VB BL96/VZ-G. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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Spitfire VB BM587 of the 309th FS/31st FG is serviced at Westhampnett in West Sussex in early August 1942. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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Subtly marked with a Star of David, this Spitfire VB was the personal mount of First Lieutenant 'Buck' Inghram, who can be seen sat in the cockpit at Kenley in early August 1942. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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First Lieutenant William Skinner of the 308th FS/31st FG runs his hand over damage inflicted on his Spitfire VC by an 88mm flak shell that detonated near his aircraft during a mission over Italy in October 1943. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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This was the fate of many veteran Spitfires that survived the conflict in the MTO. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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First Lieutenant John Fawcett smiles for the camera while sat in the cockpit of Lady Ellen III. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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First Lieutenant Willian Skinner replaced his war-weary Spitfire VC with this Mk VIII, which he christened Lonesome Polecat. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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Spitfire VC ER256 was the personal aircraft of Lieutenant Colonel Fred Dean who was CO of the 31st FG adopted the RAF practice of carrying his initials on his aircraft rather than squadron codes. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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New Yorker Major Frank Hill poses alongside his Spitfire VC ER187 WZ-C, which bears his victory total and the names of both him and his wife. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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After service with the RAF's No 133 'Eagle' Sqn, Second Lieutenant 'Dixie' Alexander transferred to the USAAF and joined the 2nd FS. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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Over Salerno on the day of the Allied landings in southern Italy (9 September 1943) First Lieutenant Carroll Pryblo was hit by 'friendly' anti-aircraft fire andf forced to crash land Spitfire VC JK707 on one of the invasion beachheads. He survived. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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Two Pathet Lao sentries at Sam Neua. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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Outside the large protective baffle at Sam Neua. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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Pathet Lao at Sam Neua. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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Pathet Lao at Sam Neua. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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Papa Looly on patrol. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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Beside the Mekong River in an armoured boat of the River Flotilla. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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Meeting villagers in Military Region 4. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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'Rogues Gallery': the attache corps. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
EN_01250956_0009 MDR
Inside 'Whisky 3', a guerilla camp. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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John Cross on tour in Brigadier General Soutchai's helicopter, November 1974. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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Briefing in Done Hene, Military Region 3: Austalian DA and British Head of Chancery. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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At the border of Royal Lao government and Pathet Lao territory, Military Region 4. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
EN_01250956_0013 MDR
HM King of Laos inspects 'Honor Guard', Vientiane. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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John Cross in ceremonial uniform talking to a Lao soldier guarding the route into Thad Luang before the arrival of the royal group. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
EN_01250956_0015 MDR
HBM Ambassador, Alan Davidson, with the Red Prince, Souvanouvong, in the Politburo cave at Sam Neua. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
EN_01250956_0016 MDR
John Cross inspecting an 'Honour Guard' of a Royal Lao Army guerilla unit. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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the wedding of Princess Marina Rangsi and His Highness Prince Sisouk na Champassak. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
EN_01250956_0018 MDR
Major General Kouprasith Abhay, deputy Commander-in-Chief, Royal Lao Army reports to HM the King. MEET the lone British officer who was sent to fight the Japanese in World War Two but at just twenty years old ended up commanding them in the fight against communism in Vietnam. John Cross was originally sent to Southern Vietnam because his battalion, 1/1 Gurkha Rifles, was part of 100 Brigade, 20 Indian Division who were sent from Burma to what was then called French Indo-China to disarm the occupying Imperial Japanese Army. With the French initially incapable of taking back control of their colonies the British relied on Japan to run things and worked with them to fight the Vietminh guerrillas. Stunning pictures document Lieutenant Colonel Cross??? time there in the months after World War Two ended and again during the 1970s when he was stationed as an attach?? in the region. The exploits of John Cross??? time in South East Asia have been revealed in his new book, First In Last Out, which is published by Pen and Sword.
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Burning and damaged warplanes outside a hangar during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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U.S. Navy personnel inspect the capsized battleship USS Oklahoma after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. In the background is the battleship USS Maryland, which was also damaged. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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The USS Arizona sinks during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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The USS Shaw is rocked by an explosion during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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**FILE** A Japanese bomber pilot swoops in during the attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii in this photo made by another Japanese pilot on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (Library of Congress via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Despite the risk of further explosions, U.S. Navy personnel train fire hoses on the burning battleship USS West Virginia during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Office of War Information via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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**FILE** Smoke belches from the sunken battleship USS Arizona, right, following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. Also pictured are the damaged battleships USS West Virginia, left, and USS Tennessee. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Smoke continues to rise as cleanup and recovery efforts begin after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Members of a gun crew scan the sky during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Members of a gun crew scan the sky during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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The minelayer USS Oglala sinks after capsizing during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Raging fires force the crew of the battleship USS California to abandon ship during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The order to abandon ship was rescinded as the fires subsided, but flooding caused the ship to slowly sink to the bottom of the harbor. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A small boat carrying U.S. Navy personnel approaches the wreckage of the battleship USS Arizona after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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U.S. Navy personnel inspect the capsized battleship USS Oklahoma after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. At right is the battleship USS Maryland, which was also damaged. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Smoke rises from the twisted wreckage of the destroyer USS Shaw after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Salvage operations on the wreckage of the battleship USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii in May 1942. The battleship was sunk during the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A U.S. Navy dispatch announcing the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. It was received at the Squantum Naval Reserve Aviation Base in Quincy, Mass., on December 7, 1941 from the First Naval District. The message reads, "AIR RAID ON PEARL HARBOR X THIS IS NOT DRILL." The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Massive columns of smoke rise above "Battleship Row" during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A massive column of smoke rises above "Battleship Row" during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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The wreckage of warplanes lies scattered in front of a wrecked hangar after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Oil leaks from damaged ships on "Battleship Row" following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A nautical chart of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii found in a captured Japanese submarine after the attack there on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. National Archives via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A Japanese A6M "Zero" fighter plane swops in from above during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A propaganda poster produced by the U.S. War Production Board during World War II refers to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. National Archives via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Crewmen cheer as a Japanese Navy Type 97 "Kate" torpedo bomber plane takes off from an aircraft carrier to take part in the attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A photograph of "Battleship Row" and Ford Island taken from a Japanese warplane during the attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The explosion at center is a torpedo strike on the battleship USS West Virginia. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Raging fires force the crew of the battleship USS California to abandon ship during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The order to abandon ship was rescinded as the fires subsided, but flooding caused the ship to slowly sink to the bottom of the harbor. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Library of Congress via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Smoke rises from the battleship USS California as it slowly sinks to the bottom following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Smoke all but obscures the stricken vessels on "Battleship Row" during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The hull of the capsized USS Oklahoma is visible just in front of the oily smoke. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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The battleship USS Arizona burns intensely near the center of the frame in this photograph taken from a Japanese warplane during the attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Smoke rises from burning warplanes at Wheeler Army Airfield in Hawaii, just north of Pearl Harbor, during the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941. The airfield was attacked in the first wave in an effort to prevent the warplanes from becoming airborne and engaging the Japanese bombers. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Crewmen cheer as a Japanese Navy Type 97 "Kate" torpedo bomber plane takes off from an aircraft carrier to take part in the attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A fireball erupts from burning warplanes at Hickam Field, adjacent to Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, during the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A small boat rescues a seaman from the burning battleship USS West Virginia during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The 75th anniversary of the attack will be observed in December 2016. (U.S. Navy via The New York Times) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Druga wojna swiatowa, front wschodni.
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Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Radziecka zolnierka, lata 40.
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Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Groby niemieckich zolnierzy, 1941.
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A handout photo taken by the tail gunner of the B-52 bomber Enola Gay of the atomic explosion mushroom cloud that rose above Hiroshima, Japan after "Little Boy" was dropped, Aug. 6, 1945. A different more dramatic looking photo often mistaken as the atomic bomb mushroom cloud over Hiroshima is actually a huge plume of smoke that rose from the fires that followed. (George R. Caron/USAF via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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A handout photo from the U.S. Army of a huge cloud that rose from the fires that followed the dropping of the atomic bomb called Little Boy on Hiroshima, Japan, Aug. 6, 1945. The photo is often incorrectly referred to as the atomic bomb's mushroom cloud, probably because it is more dramatic looking than another photo of the actual atomic mushroom cloud. (U.S. Army/The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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**EDS: RETRANSMISSION OF XNYT117 SENT 05/23/16 TO CORRECT ENOLA GAY PLANE USED WAS A B-29 BOMBER.** A handout photo taken by the tail gunner of the B-29 bomber Enola Gay of the atomic explosion mushroom cloud that rose above Hiroshima, Japan after "Little Boy" was dropped, Aug. 6, 1945. A different more dramatic looking photo often mistaken as the atomic bomb mushroom cloud over Hiroshima is actually a huge plume of smoke that rose from the fires that followed. (George R. Caron/USAF via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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Fot. Wojtek Laski / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: Zygmunt Szendzielarz, ps. "Lupaszka", (1910-1951) – major kawalerii Wojska Polskiego i Armii Krajowej.
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EN_01207188_0059 WL
Fot. Wojtek Laski / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: Zygmunt Szendzielarz, ps. "Lupaszka", jako dowodca 5. Wilenskiej Brygady AK, zwanej "Brygada Smierci" (wiosna 1944).
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EN_01207188_0060 WL
Fot. Wojtek Laski / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: przysiega zolnierzy oddzialu "Lupaszki". Przed szeregiem kapelan ksiadz Aleksander Grabowski "Ignacy". Wies Gieluny, 11.11.1943.
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EN_01207188_0082 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: Danuta Siedzikowna ps. "Inka", sanitariuszka 5. Wilenskiej Brygady Armii Krajowej.
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EN_01207188_0083 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: Zygmunt Grunt-Mejer "Zyga", dowodca plutonu 5. Brygady Wilenskiej AK oraz jego zastepca "Wawer".
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EN_01207188_0084 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: Zygmunt Szendzielarz "Lupaszka" (pierwszy od lewej u gory) z sanitariuszka Lidia Lwow ("Ewa", "Lala"). Na dole Longin Wojciechowski "Ronin", po prawej Mieczyslaw Kitkiewicz "Kitek".
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EN_01207188_0085 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: zolnierze 5. Brygady Wilenskiej AK spozywaja posilek.
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EN_01207188_0086 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: spotkanie partyzanckich dowodcow AK na Ziemi Oszmianskiej, wiosna 1944. L-P: porucznik cichociemny Adam Boryczka "Tonko" (6. Brygada), major Zygmunt Szendzielarz "Lupaszka" (5. Brygada), porucznik Wilhelm Tupikowski "Wilhelm" (7. Brygada).
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EN_01207188_0087 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: zolnierze 5. Brygady Wilenskiej. L-P: ksiadz Aleksander Grabowski "Ignacy", major Zygmunt Szendzielarz "Lupaszka", porucznik NN "Pancerny", porucznik cichociemny Jozef Wiacek "Rakoczy", NN.
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EN_01207188_0088 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: zolnierze z Wilenszczyzy, L-P: wachmistrz Jerzy Lejkowski "Szpagat", podporucznik Zdzislaw Badocha "Zelazny", podporucznik Henryk Wieliczko "Lufa".
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EN_01207188_0089 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z L-P: sierzant Jozef Bandzo "Jastrzab", podporucznik Henryk Wieliczko "Lufa", podporucznik Jan Zalewski "Zaja", wachmistrz Jerzy Lejkowski "Szpagat", Tadeusz Urbanowski "Moskito", kleczy plutonowy Mieczyslaw Abramowicz "Miecio".
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EN_01207188_0090 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: wachmistrz Waclaw Beynar "Orszak, major Zygmunt Szendzielarz "Lupaszka", porucznik Jerzy Jezierski "Stefan" (adiutant "Lupaszki").
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EN_01207188_0091 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: kadra oficerska 5. Brygady Wilenskiej AK podczas koncentracji nad Bugiem. Lato 1945. L-P: major Zygmunt Szendzielarz "Lupaszka", porucznik Jerzy Jezierski "Stefan", podporucznik kapitan Wladyslaw Lukasiuk "Mlot", porucznik Zygmunt Blazejewicz "Zygmunt", podporucznik Lucjan Minkiewicz "Wiktor", podporucznik Jan Zalewski "Zaja".
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EN_01207188_0092 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z (L-P): plutonowy Mieczyslaw Abramowicz "Miecio", plutonowy Jerzy Lejkowski "Szpagat", porucznik Marian Plucinski "Mscislaw", Tadeusz Urbanowicz "Moskito", sierzant Kazimierz Chmielowski "Rekin".
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EN_01207188_0093 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: major Zygmunt Szendzielarz "Lupaszka" i podporucznik Marian Plucinski "Mscislaw" - dowodca 4. szwadronu 5. Brygady Wilenskiej AK.
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EN_01207188_0094 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: pododzial 1. Brygady Wilenskiej AK w marszu. Lato 1945.
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EN_01207188_0095 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: kapitan Leon Lech Beynar vel Pawel Jasienica "Nowina".
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EN_01207188_0096 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: porucznik Zygmunt Blezejewicz "Zygmunt", jeden z dowodcow 5. Brygady Wilenskiej AK.
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EN_01207188_0097 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: sanitariuszka Wanda Minkiewicz "Danka", podporucznik Lucjan Minkiewicz "Wiktor" (6. Brygada Wilenska).
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EN_01207188_0098 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: rozwiazanie 5. Brygady Wilenskiej AK. Zolnierze 4. szwadronu. Stoja: drugi od lewej porucznik Mieczyslaw Plucinski "Mscislaw", sanitariuszka Danuta Siedzikowna "Inka", w srodku major Zygmunt Szendzielarz "Lupaszka" i podporucznik Jerzy Jezierski "Stefan". Siedzi w srodku w cywilnym ubraniu wachmistrz Waclaw Beynar "Orszak". Bialostocczyzna, 09/1945.
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EN_01207188_0099 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: ostatnia koncentracja 5. Brygady Wilenskiej AK w Stoczku k. Poswietnego. Stoja od prawej: Romuald Rajs "Bury", podporucznik Jan Zaleski "Zaja", kleczy obok porucznik Mieczyslaw Plucinski "Mscislaw", w srodku major Zygmunt Szendzielarz "Lupaszka", obok podporucznik Jerzy Jezierski "Stefan", podporucznik Wladyslaw Lukasiuk "Mlot" i sanitariuszka Wanda Minkiewicz "Danka". 09/1945.
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EN_01207188_0100 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z P-L: Boleslaw Mikulewicz "Turwid", Janina Mikulewicz "Jachna", Jerzy Dulko "Dezerter". Molo w Sopocie, 02/1945.
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EN_01207188_0101 DIF
Fot. Laski Diffusion / East News Wystawa pt. "Oddzialy Lupaszki" na ogrodzeniu siedziby ABW. Warszawa, ulica Rakowiecka 2A, 04/2016. N/z: zolnierze 5. szwadronu 5. Brygady Wilenskiej AK. P-L: Marian Jankowski "Marek", Danuta Siedzikowna "Inka", Bogdan Obuchowski "Zbyszek". Bory Tucholskie, Wiosna 1946.
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