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WWII RAF Beaufighters Blast Japanese Train near Kanbalu, Burma Orig Press Photo

WWII RAF Beaufighters Blast Japanese Train near Kanbalu, Burma Orig Press Photo

WWII British Troops Leave TLC 121 During Maneuvers in England Orig Press Photo

WWII British Troops Leave TLC 121 During Maneuvers in England Orig Press Photo

WWII. Yasha Dzhugashvili (center), Stalin's son from his first marriage, is seen here after he surrendered to the Germans in 1941. Recently released Russian documents suggest that Yasha was written off by his father because of his surrender. Yasha later committed suicide by falling on the electrified fence of the Sachsenhausen  concentration camp in April 1943.

WWII. Yasha Dzhugashvili (center), Stalin's son from his first marriage, is seen here after he surrendered to the Germans in 1941. Recently released Russian documents suggest that Yasha was written off by his father because of his surrender. Yasha later committed suicide by falling on the electrified fence of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp in April 1943.

WWII soldiers

WWII soldiers

WWII German Prisoners March To Camp After Capture on French Beach Press Photo

WWII German Prisoners March To Camp After Capture on French Beach Press Photo

UK WWII Poster

UK WWII Poster

WWII U.S. Soldiers Pass Graves of Fallen Comrades on Attu Original Press Photo

WWII U.S. Soldiers Pass Graves of Fallen Comrades on Attu Original Press Photo

japanese army  assault

japanese army assault

June 6, 1942: The Battle of Midway begins with a predawn torpedo strike by U. S. Navy PBY Catalinas against Japanese ships, which damages an oiler. Eventually, all four Japanese carriers are destroyed. This loss causes the Japanese to cancel the Midway operation and withdraw. It is widely considered to be the turning point of World War II in the Pacific. Pictured here: Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless, which inflicted damage on Japanese aircraft carriers

June 6, 1942: The Battle of Midway begins with a predawn torpedo strike by U. S. Navy PBY Catalinas against Japanese ships, which damages an oiler. Eventually, all four Japanese carriers are destroyed. This loss causes the Japanese to cancel the Midway operation and withdraw. It is widely considered to be the turning point of World War II in the Pacific. Pictured here: Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless, which inflicted damage on Japanese aircraft carriers

Propaganda poster from the collection of The National WWII Museum

Propaganda poster from the collection of The National WWII Museum