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431st Fighter Camp near Berry Airfield at Port Moresby in 1942. "Stan rember [remember] this Pt Morsby 12 Mile 431st...
Soldiers poses near barracks, probably in the United States in 1941. "name it."
A twelve man squad sit around table with Christmas decorations during Weihnachten (Christmas) at Maastricht,...
Two United States servicemen, one on the other's shoulders, in front of a squadron bomb truck and jeep, both with the...
Formal portrait of "Andrew Caola 18 Baltimore Pike Springfield Penna.To my pal Sid." 194-
Portrait of American soldier John Janik and a friend in front of a building. "Boy on my right is from Nammond, Indiana...
American soldier John Janik and a friend pose in front of a stairway in 1944 or 1945.
American soldier John Janik and a friend pose in front of a truck in 1944 or 1945.
American soldier John Janik and a friend pose outside a tent. Photo taken from inside the tent. Probably in England,...
American soldier John Janik shaking hands with another American soldier in 1944 or 1945. Double exposure image.
American soldier John Janik standing with "Danny and me" in a wooded area in 1944 or 1945.
American soldier John Janik standing with an unidentified soldier in a wooded area in 1944 or 1945.
Group of American soldiers stand in front of tents at military camp, probably Italy. 194-
American soldiers John Janik and friend pose for a picture in an unidentified rural area in 1944 or 1945.
American soldier John Janik, and two fellow soldiers "Herbesthal" stand next to their armored jeep in "Belgium" 1944 or...
Photograph. U.S. Army Air Corps soldiers at a bar. Possibly Air Transport Command in Accra, Ghana in the1940s
Three Army Air Force servicemen kneel with their shaved heads lowered over their helmets while another man playfully...
Blurry image of group of U.S. servicemen."2nd Row, 3rd from right. Neal." Germany. April 1945.
Civilian men and women posing inside theater with slogan above the door, a Shakespearian quote, "The People are the...
Two unidentified civilian women. Location unknown. 1941-45
Two American servicemen sleeping with heads on each other. Probably Germany. 1945-46
Two crewmen, one with his arm around the other's shoulders, standing near the left engine of a North American B-25D...
Crossing the Line ceremony participants including the court with King Neptune and his Queen Amphitrite aboard the US...
Double image of a Red Cross building in England and a group of soldiers in front of Big Ben in England in 1944. "A Red...
Earl O'Neil (standing) and Louis Vratil (crouching) in New Guinea in 1942. "Myself and Louis Vratil from Kansas."
Earl O'Neil and another soldier sitting on the wing of an aircraft in New Guinea during World War II. The propeller of...
Earl O'Neill, standing right, and his fellow tent mates at an unknown Pacific location during World War II. "Harry...
Earl O'Neill at and a fellow soldier at an unknown airbase in the Pacific during World War II."Harry and myself."...
Earl O'Neill, bottom left, and his fellow tent mates at an unknown Pacific location during World War II. "All the boys...
Earl O'Neill, center with cigarette, poses with a few of his fellow soldiers on New Guinea during World War II."Pisken...
Earl O'Neill, center, and fellow soldiers pose near barracks, probably in the United States in 1941. "Chow call."
Earl O'Neill, center, on clean-up duty with his fellow soliders in the United States in 1941. "Mop brigade or barricks...
Earl O'Neill, center, poses with fellow soldiers during World War II on New Guinea.
Earl O'Neill, left, and a fellow soldier pose for a picture in the Pacific during World War II. Probably on New Guinea.
Earl O'Neill, left, and a fellow soldier pose near barracks, probably in the United States in 1941. "All tired after a...
Earl O'Neill, on left, and a fellow soldier pose near their barracks, probably in the United States in 1941.

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