Official U.S. Army photograph, taken a Pozzuoli near Naples in August 1944, that happened to capture Private First Class Steve Weiss boarding a British landing craft. He is climbing the gangplank on the right-hand side of the photograph.
For Your Country's Sake Today - For Your Own Sake Tomorrow, 1944 Recruiting poster for the armed services. Illustration by Savage Steele depicts four women, each representing each of the military branches. Jackson Library, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
This is a printable history timeline poster covering the main events of World War One Two files included - one for printing on A3 paper and one for printing on A4 paper No waiting for delivery simply purchase, download and print
Black American GIs Park Street Bristol - World War II. A large number of American troops were stationed in or near Bristol. They included black soldiers, who were based in Muller’s Orphanage on Ashley Down in Bristol. Bristol people were on the whole friendly towards the American soldiers, including the black soldiers. The white American soldiers were horrified to see white women dancing with black men. But there was no racism in Bristol’s institutions at that time.