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Photo montrant des photographes et cinéastes de l'US Army Signal Corps de l'unité 123 dans les ruines de Naumburg, en Allemagne. Photo prise par J Malan Heslop. Avril 10, 1945

Photo montrant des photographes et cinéastes de l'US Army Signal Corps de l'unité 123 dans les ruines de Naumburg, en Allemagne. Photo prise par J Malan Heslop. Avril 10, 1945

These Germans, on recon patrol, run into a US ambush on July 8, 1944. Lacking the element of surprise, they fell to unfriendly fire adding to the nearly one million KIAs, MIAs, and wounded of their comrades who suffered their fate during the post-Normandy fighting.

These Germans, on recon patrol, run into a US ambush on July 8, 1944. Lacking the element of surprise, they fell to unfriendly fire adding to the nearly one million KIAs, MIAs, and wounded of their comrades who suffered their fate during the post-Normandy fighting.

* Generalleutnant Hermann-Meyer Rabingen * The car: US made "Buick Special Serie 60(1938), Model 66C 4 Passenger Convertible Coupé.  License Plate: "WH (Wehrmacht Heer) 707165". # World War II #

* Generalleutnant Hermann-Meyer Rabingen * The car: US made "Buick Special Serie 60(1938), Model 66C 4 Passenger Convertible Coupé. License Plate: "WH (Wehrmacht Heer) 707165". # World War II #

Sunday drive in Korea, gone bad! November 1945, photographer Rolland Oxton of the Boston  Herald said simply: On a Sunday afternoon in Korea during November 1945, three of us--all  photographers-- drove down this road. We reached a point where even our trusty Jeep couldnt go any farther.

Sunday drive in Korea, gone bad! November 1945, photographer Rolland Oxton of the Boston Herald said simply: On a Sunday afternoon in Korea during November 1945, three of us--all photographers-- drove down this road. We reached a point where even our trusty Jeep couldnt go any farther.

British and American soldiers inspect each other's weapons at the town of Champlon in Belgium. #WW2

British and American soldiers inspect each other's weapons at the town of Champlon in Belgium. #WW2

Syd Greenberg was an US Army Signal Corps photographer assigned to the China-Burma-India theater of operations, documenting how American and Chinese Nationalist troops fought the Japanese.

Syd Greenberg was an US Army Signal Corps photographer assigned to the China-Burma-India theater of operations, documenting how American and Chinese Nationalist troops fought the Japanese.

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