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Ataque de U-Boat a um Navio Aliado

Allied oiler ship hit by U-boat torpedo

Parents find the body of their dead son near Kerch City, on the Kerch Peninsula in eastern Crimea, on April 4, 1942. Soviet and German forces had been fighting across the peninsula beginning in late 1941. The decisive Battle of the Kerch Peninsula took place in May, 1942, with the Germans taking control of the region. (AP Photo) #

World War II: Daring Raids and Brutal Reprisals

This Japanese-American grandmother waiting to be moved to an internment camp during World War II.

This Japanese-American grandmother waiting to be moved to an internment American camp during World War II.

Welcome home

Family members of Air Traffic Controlman Class Stephen Travis Jr., stationed aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN wait pierside as the carrier arrives to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Civil Air Patrol, Louisiana Wing, 1943, famous year in our family and looks just like her too! A harbinger of a life to come!

Civil Air Patrol, Louisiana Wing, famous year in our family and looks just like her too! A harbinger of a life to come!

These children, survivors of the Bergen-Belsen, Germany, camp, play with toys seized from surrounding towns by Allied soldiers. With about six million Jews murdered during World War II, it is probable that most of these children were orphans who had no place to go. Such scenes were not unusual; a large percentage of the inhabitants of the displaced-person camps were children and adolescents.

Child survivors of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, most of them orphans, play with toys seized from the surrounding towns by the Allied soldiers.

-Attempting escape, resisting orders, and treason were all punishable by death in internment camps. Guards would face little consequence for killing without just cause - More than 66% of the Japanese-Americans sent to the internment camps in the spring of 1942 were born in the United States and The last Japanese internment camp in the United States was closed in 1945.many had never been to Japan -

Lunch & Learn: Life in a Japanese American Internment Camp

1943 Stinson 10A Voyager, Coastal Patrol Base No. 2, Rehoboth, DE

1943 Stinson Voyager, Coastal Patrol Base No.

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