Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by A-58, May 30, 2017.
I love that one!
Never saw a two-seater before.
"An identification card issued by the German Occupation Authorities in the Channel Islands, 1941."
"T-34 in our barracks."
"[1302 x 966] HMS Savage showing off her trial twin 4.5in Mk. IV on the RP10 Mk. IV mounting. The mounting would go on to equip 24 'Battle' class destroyers."
I love to see those old destroyers,
USS Norris (DD-859/DDE-859) Gearing Class. Sailed with her in the Caribbean, U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 1968. (CS3)
I have the hat.
""How To Use Your War Ration Book" Instructions from the OPA (OPA Form No. R-303 issued 1943) - Included in all of the WW2 Ration Books."
"A Humber armored car crewman of the 4th Indian Infantry Division of the British Indian Army photographed somewhere in Africa during the Second World War."
Captured Italian Tanks
"El Alamein sector, Egypt. 3 November 1942". …Australians move in...
"B-29 week. Busy Tinian base in the Mariana Islands, 1945. Tinian became the main base for the incendiary raids over Japan and Operation Starvation (the mining of Japanese harbors and sea lanes)."
"HMS Leander, a light cruiser and lead ship of her class, Gatun Lake, Panama Canal, 19 July 1937 [5257 x 3885]."
"Bearcat keeping limber for my camera. [2372 × 2965]"
Austalian troops crawl during the first El Alamein battle 1942
Well, here you go...
"The Curtiss-Wright CW-21 fighter/interceptor. (1480 x 723)"
"Since you liked the gun-on-gun action, here's USS Virginia, BB-13, stretching her legs, most likely between 1910-1913 [5192x3160]"
"Yamato class battleship overlap with Kirov class cruiser. [2053*980]"