Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by A-58, May 30, 2017.
V-2 rockets in pictures, 1944-1945 - Rare Historical Photos
The picture that shows the colossal scale of the D-Day operation, 1944 - Rare Historical Photos
Japanese Type D Koryu midget submarines in drydock, 1945 - Rare Historical Photos
The Trinity explosion 0.016 seconds after detonation, 1945 - Rare Historical Photos
Leonard Siffleet about to be beheaded with a sword by a Japanese soldier, 1943 - Rare Historical Photos
NSFW Ticket to Armistice - Japanese leaflet dropped on Allied troops, 1942 - Rare Historical Photos
German troops use a Schwellenpflug to destroy rail tracks while withdrawing from Soviet territory, 1944 - Rare Historical Photos
Two American soldiers inspect a destroyed German King Tiger tank, 1944 - Rare Historical Photos
Japanese troops using prisoners of war for target practice, 1942 - Rare Historical Photos
The Flying Tigers over China, 1942 - Rare Historical Photos
Maori Battalion haka in Egypt, 1941 - Rare Historical Photos
B-32 Dominator bomber factory in Fort Worth, 1944 - Rare Historical Photos
"Armored cruiser Georgios Averof in drydock at Salamis Naval base, 2017 [1800x1350]."
"Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero cockpit"
"Gloster Meteor F.3s deployed to Belgium. While Meteors had been intercepting V-1s over Britain since July 1944, they were not deployed to continental Europe until January 1945 for fear of capture by the Germans or friendly fire. All continental-based Meteors were painted with an all-white finish."
"Junkers Ju 288 was a German bomber project designed during World War II, which only ever flew in prototype form. The first of an eventual 22 development aircraft flew on 29 November 1940."
"U.S. Navy seaplane tender USS St. George (AV-16) at anchor at Kerama Retto, 29 April 1945. This remarkable photo of a Kamikaze diving on the USS St. George just as the proximity fuse of an anti-aircraft shell fired by the ship detonated. The Kamikaze aircraft disintegrated a moment later."
"Japanese Type 97 ShinHoTo Chi-Ha medium tanks with their crews during the disbanding ceremony of the IJA 1st Tank Division, Tokyo, Sept 1945."
Blue Streak, original HALPRO ship 41-11613, 376th BG, 514th BS, originally named FLORENE JU JU, the TEGGIE ANN, then BLUE STREAK