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Check ww2daybyday's Instagram Crew of the aircraft carrier Enterprise CV-6 removing a crashed airplane from the deck during the US Navy's Pacific Fleet maneuvers in 1940.
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#historiansunion #ww2daybyday #worldwar2 #worldwarii #ww2 #wwii #crash #aircraft #enterprise #navy #crew #wreck #plane #aircraftcarrier #history #historic #colored #coloredphoto #war #warphoto #photo #thegreatestgeneration #1940 1630685621787949021_5628564698

Crew of the aircraft carrier Enterprise CV-6 removing a crashed airplane from the deck during the US Navy's Pacific Fleet maneuvers in 1940. _ #historiansunion #ww2daybyday #worldwar2 #worldwarii #ww2 #wwii #crash #aircraft #enterprise #navy #crew #wreck #plane #aircraftcarrier #history #historic #colored #coloredphoto #war #warphoto #photo #thegreatestgeneration #1940

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Check battalion_survival's Instagram The USS Washington BB56 was a North Carolina class battleship that became the only one of the ten fast battleships in the US Navy to sink a Japanese capital ship. The Washington remained relatively unaltered during the Second World War. Only her light and medium anti-aircraft armament saw significant changes. The original quad 1.1in and single .50in guns were replaced by large numbers of 20mm Oerlikon guns and 40mm Bofors guns. The Washington ended the war with 15 40mm quad mountings and 83 20mm guns. .
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The USS Washington BB56 was a North Carolina class battleship that became the only one of the ten fast battleships in the US Navy to sink a Japanese capital ship. The Washington remained relatively unaltered during the Second World War. Only her light and medium anti-aircraft armament saw significant changes. The original quad 1.1in and single .50in guns were replaced by large numbers of 20mm Oerlikon guns and 40mm Bofors guns. The Washington ended the war with 15 40mm quad mountings and 83 20mm guns. . . . source Historyofwar

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Check military__fiend17's Instagram A honorable man whose noble deeds will live on forvever through the lives he saved. Thank you Chinue Sugihara for showing that in a world that had gone dark, there are still people that will pave the way for the light to shine once again.

#history #war #warhistory #warphotography #military #militaryhistory #army #historychannel #historygeek #historybuff #historian #historiansunion #hero #israel #retro #classic #vintage #photography #worldwar2 #ww2 #wwii #neveragain 1630682584155502015_4241557939

A honorable man whose noble deeds will live on forvever through the lives he saved. Thank you Chinue Sugihara for showing that in a world that had gone dark, there are still people that will pave the way for the light to shine once again. #history #war #warhistory #warphotography #military #militaryhistory #army #historychannel #historygeek #historybuff #historian #historiansunion #hero #israel #retro #classic #vintage #photography #worldwar2 #ww2 #wwii #neveragain

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Check singularhelix's Instagram The fatalities of WWII are quite shocking. #france #french #baguette #wwii #ww2 1630680864281497209_6226097458

The fatalities of WWII are quite shocking. #france #french #baguette #wwii #ww2

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Check aliceathome3's Instagram Heroes of Hosingen profile#4:
Cpl. Sam Miller, B Co., 103rd Engineer Battalion, 28th Inf. Div. was assigned to defend his unit with a 30-caliber Browning Automatic Rifle in their support of the 110th Inf. Regt. Shortly after the initial artillery bombardment ended on 16Dec. 1944, the Engineers joined K Company in the defense of Hosingen and Miller's squad moved to defend the SW corner of the village, moving into Capt. Jarrett's dairy command post after Hotel Schmitz was destroyed by artillery fire. 
After their surrender on the third day, the POW's were marched into an open field. Miller buried his dog tags shortly after surrender and his fellow soldiers told him not to tell anyone he was Jewish.  Despite repeated attempts and threats of personal harm by the Germans wanting to identify any Jews, his buddies kept his secret, probably saving his life. 
Miller was sent to Stalag IXB at Bad Orb, then relocated to Stalag IXA at Ziegenhain with over 1200 other non-commissioned officers on 25 Jan 1945.They suffered greatly at the hands of a sadistic guard until their liberation. On 1 April 1945, an artillery spy plane flew over the camp so the prisoners removed their shirts and spelled out "American POWs". The next day the U.S. 6th Armored Division liberated the 5000 prisoners held at the camp, 1271 of which were Americans. Miller lost 55 lbs. during his four months in captivity, only weighing 118 lbs. when rescued.
Miller returned stateside on 5 May 1945. The Red Cross greeted the ship, selling coffee and doughnuts for $0.25, as if nothing had ever happened. #wwii #wwiihistory #wwiihistorybuff #ww2museum #28thinfantry #28thinfantrydivision #battleofthebulge #bastogne #bastognewarmuseum #hosingen #103rdengineers #110infantryregiment #wwiiveteransmemorial #wwiiveteran #wwiiveterans #heroesofhosingen #nationalmuseumofmilitaryhistory #remember ##ardennes #lestweforget 1630680685638733656_2584609993

Heroes of Hosingen profile #4: Cpl. Sam Miller, B Co., 103rd Engineer Battalion, 28th Inf. Div. was assigned to defend his unit with a 30-caliber Browning Automatic Rifle in their support of the 110th Inf. Regt. Shortly after the initial artillery bombardment ended on 16Dec. 1944, the Engineers joined K Company in the defense of Hosingen and Miller's squad moved to defend the SW corner of the village, moving into Capt. Jarrett's dairy command post after Hotel Schmitz was destroyed by artillery fire. After their surrender on the third day, the POW's were marched into an open field. Miller buried his dog tags shortly after surrender and his fellow soldiers told him not to tell anyone he was Jewish. Despite repeated attempts and threats of personal harm by the Germans wanting to identify any Jews, his buddies kept his secret, probably saving his life. Miller was sent to Stalag IXB at Bad Orb, then relocated to Stalag IXA at Ziegenhain with over 1200 other non-commissioned officers on 25 Jan 1945.They suffered greatly at the hands of a sadistic guard until their liberation. On 1 April 1945, an artillery spy plane flew over the camp so the prisoners removed their shirts and spelled out "American POWs". The next day the U.S. 6th Armored Division liberated the 5000 prisoners held at the camp, 1271 of which were Americans. Miller lost 55 lbs. during his four months in captivity, only weighing 118 lbs. when rescued. Miller returned stateside on 5 May 1945. The Red Cross greeted the ship, selling coffee and doughnuts for $0.25, as if nothing had ever happened. #wwii #wwiihistory #wwiihistorybuff #ww2museum #28thinfantry #28thinfantrydivision #battleofthebulge #bastogne #bastognewarmuseum #hosingen #103rdengineers #110infantryregiment #wwiiveteransmemorial #wwiiveteran #wwiiveterans #heroesofhosingen #nationalmuseumofmilitaryhistory #remember # #ardennes #lestweforget

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Check asteinwachs's Instagram Momma had to jump in on this one, because “We Can Do It!”. I love everything Rosie the Riveter represents. She is strong, independent, powerful and iconic. I hope I’m raising my own little Rosie! #CB13nights17 #coraelizabethcatlin #11monthsold 1630675350660596191_181090778

Momma had to jump in on this one, because “We Can Do It!”. I love everything Rosie the Riveter represents. She is strong, independent, powerful and iconic. I hope I’m raising my own little Rosie! #cb13nights17 #coraelizabethcatlin #11monthsold

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Check aquafreze's Instagram It is almost here! Comment what you are most excited about below! #cod #wwii #codwwii #ww2 #codww2 #callofduty #callofdutywwii #callofdutyww2 #sledgehammer #sledgehammergames 1630677303367466810_4171486751

It is almost here! Comment what you are most excited about below! #cod #wwii #codwwii #ww2 #codww2 #callofduty #callofdutywwii #callofdutyww2 #sledgehammer #sledgehammergames

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