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May 16, 1942 LIBERTY LITERARY MAGAZINE MOTHER's DAY Photo Cover PATRIOTIC

May 16, 1942 LIBERTY LITERARY MAGAZINE MOTHER's DAY Photo Cover PATRIOTIC

Vintage Liberty Magazine 8/28/1943

Vintage Liberty Magazine 8/28/1943

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VE Day: May 8, 1945 - The War Ends In Europe“Throughout the world throngs of people hail the end of the war in Europe.  It is five years and more since Hitler marched into Poland. Years full of suffering, and death, and sacrifice. Now the war against Germany is won.”Excerpted from “The War Ends in Europe” Motion Picture Films from “United News” Newsreels, 1942 - 1945. (US National Archives)

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Giuseppe Torcasio : Italian forces a NCO/candidate officer in uniform with the corps heavy artillery regiment insignia on his peaked visor cap,WWII North Africa. Giuseppe Torcasio saw action in Tobruk and El Alamein North Africa.

Ansel Adams, Hot Dog Stand, Venice CA 1940 LAPL Ansel Adams Collection / Courtesy drkrm.

artwork:Ansel Adams - "Pup Cafe in Venice", 1940 (printed - Silver gelatin print - Courtesy Courtesy Bert Green Fine Art, Chicago. On view in "Ansel Adams Los Angeles" until June

Louis Zamperini: Captured By Grace tells the story of life after returning home a hero. Through the power of the Gospel—and his experience at the 1949 Billy Graham Crusade in Los Angeles

Louis Zamperini and Billy Graham: 'Captured By Grace' tells the story of life after returning home a hero. Through the power of the Gospel - and his experience at the 1949 Billy Graham Crusade in Los Angeles.

Sicily Invasion, July 1943 USS Boise (CL-47) fires on enemy forces near Gela, Sicily, on 11 July 1943. Photographed by Sgt. Crosnon from USS LST-325. Note manned .50 caliber machine guns on several of the Army trucks embarked on the LST's deck, a precaution against German air attack. Morison, "History of U.S. Naval Operations in World War II" (Vol. IX, page 107) states that Boise's targets were enemy tanks.

USS Boise firing on armor forces near Gela, Sicily, Italy as full of US Army trucks, approached the landing beaches, 11 Jul 1943

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