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December A winter afternoon in the North Proviso yardmaster’s office, Chicago & North Western Railroad. Kodachrome transparency by Jack Delano

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Aachen: US troops approach a blockade with caution 1944 – 2015

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jackets with the crew of "Delta Rebel from the BG. Clark Gable is in the centre.

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Touching Photos Of Normandy Veterans, Then And Now

Photographer Matt Cardy captured these striking photos of surviving Normandy veterans as they describe their most vivid memory of D-Day.

In pictures: Veterans recall their roles in the D-Day landings, 92 Denzil Cooper served in the Glider Pilot Regiment and flew as co-pilot of a Horsa glider transporting troops of the Ox and Bucks Light Infantry. L

In pictures: Veterans recall their roles in the D-Day landings

Touching Photos Of Normandy Veterans, Then And Now Photographer Matt Cardy captured these striking photos of surviving Normandy veterans as they describe their most vivid memory of D-Day.

COLOR FILM!!! Women At War 1939 - 1945, Women’s Auxiliary Air Force: WAAF personnel on an RAF glider station in Britain repair and pack coloured parachutes for use by airborne troops during the Normandy invasion, 31 May 1944.

COLOR FILM!!! Women At War 1939 - 1945, Women’s Auxiliary Air Force: WAAF personnel on an RAF glider station in Britain repair and pack coloured parachutes for use by airborne troops during the Normandy invasion, 31 May 1944.

My Russian blog started to be visited by many English speaking readers after I posted the following post. I thought it would be great to give this post a special place in my new English blog, and l…

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RFK Funeral Train RFK was killed on June four days later, after his body had been flown to New York, a funeral train carried him from NYC to Washington. Paul Fusco hopped on the train and shot color photographs the whole way down

In pictures: Veterans recall their roles in the D-Day landings - Telegraph AIR COMMODORE ALASTAIR MACKIE, 92 Air Commodore Mackie was flying Dakotas with the RAF's 233 Squadron given the task of dropping parachutists of 3rd Parachute Brigade. Asked what his most vivid memory of D-Day was he replied: 'Taking off at 1am and dropping parachutists in Normandy. The Royal Navy were to our right and I was terrified they wound mistakenly shoot us down.' Picture: MATT CARDY/GETTY IMAGES

In pictures: Veterans recall their roles in the D-Day landings

Alastair Mackie, Normandy Veteran, Then and Now “Taking off at 1 a. and dropping parachutists in Normandy. The Royal Navy were to our right and I was terrified they would mistakenly shoot us down”.

4×5 Kodachromes | Pavel Kosenko

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We found some amazing color photographs of aircraft in World War II. They were all taken in 1942 and recently released by the Library of Congress in Washin

The Hump Office: 1942 "Switch lists coming in by teletype to the hump office at a Chicago & North Western railroad yard, Chicago." 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information. View full size. | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive

The Hump Office: 1942 "Switch lists coming in by teletype to the hump office at a Chicago & North Western railroad yard, Chicago." Kodachrome transparency by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information.

accidental mysteries: The Great Depression in Color

"People at the Fair, Pie Town, New Mexico" Photographer: Russell Lee; Date: 1940 October; Location: Pie Town, New Mexico, USA

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