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Allies Stop Rommel After 3-Day Battle. Thala Lines Intact 23 February 1943 BNP 9

Josef Originals California near mint condition and hard to find. Companion pair of Chinese figurines --Wee Ling and Wee Ching (green version). He holds a puppy. She holds a kitten. Gold trim is fully intact. They stands 5 inches tall. Incised Josef 52 on the bottom. Josef Originals California was produced post world war 2, 1949, before the Southern California production was moved to Japan. The California line is much harder to find. There is a tiny bit of crazing from age. One of the girls…

Firing 4.5 inch rockets from M4-Sherman "#Calliope" multiple rocket launcher, mounted on M4, No. A-3 tank. 14th Armored Division, France. c. 44/45. (possibly Alsace - Lorraine, early 1945). The Rocket Launcher T34 (Calliope) was a tank-mounted multiple rocket launcher used by the United States Army during World War II. The launcher was placed atop the Medium Tank M4 Sherman, and fired a barrage of 4.5 in (114 mm) M8 rockets from 60 launch tubes. It was developed in 1943; small numbers were…

Rare color photo showing some of the greats in New York during WW2. Left to right; Aquitania, Queen Mary, Normandie, and Ile de France. Aquitania and Queen Mary have already been repainted in wartime gray for troop ship duties...

Oberleutnant Armin Faber was a Luftwaffe pilot in World War II who mistook the Bristol Channel for the English Channel and landed his Focke-Wulf 190 (Fw-190) intact at RAF Pembrey in south Wales. His plane was the first Fw-190 to be captured by the Allies and was tested to reveal any weaknesses that could be exploited. The FW-190 had only recently arrived with front line Luftwaffe units at this time (June 1942) and its superior performance had caused the Allies so many problems that they…

This reproduction helmet is based on the Afrika campaigns of World War Two. It has dark Luftwaffe apple green grey base paint and then a sand coloured camouflage top paint. The paint has aged during and worn during combat as well as over the years. It has the early model steel liner retaining bolts. The inner lining is very well maintained yet aged, again to reflect the period of use and 60+ years of ageing. The lining rubber is fully intact.

Thousand pound bombs explode near German lines during tha launch of a new American offensive in the Saint-Lô sector, july 26, 1944. This was the last picture taken by Associated Press war photographer, G. Bede Irvin, before he was killed by a bomb fragment. The film pack containing this picture was the only part of Irvin's equipment left intact by the bomb explosion and was sent from the front by a fellow photographer.

Archaeologists find the bodies of 21 tragic World War One German soldiers in perfectly preserved trenches where they were buried alive by an Allied shell

This Luftwaffe’s transport aircraft Junkers Ju 52/3m was captured intact by the Australian forces at Ain-El Gazala, Libya, repainted with th...

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