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1 print of General Phillipe LeClerc, 1 print of General R.E. Urquhart, 1 print of Marlene Dietrich, 1 print of Field Marshal Albert Kesselring, 1 print of Lieutenant Colonel Heinz Guderian, 1 print of SS Major General Max Simon, 2 prints of Field Marshal Gerd von Runstedt, 1 print of Eduard Daladier with General Anthony McAuliffe, 1 print of Field Marshal Ferdinand Schoerner, 1 print of Werner von Braun, 1 print of Darryl Zanuck, 1 print of Field Marshal Harold Alexander, 1 print of Secretary of War Robert Peterson, 1 print of major General Walton Walker, 1 print of Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, 4 prints of General Maxwell D. Taylor, 1 print of General Benjamin O. Davis, 3 prints of Reichs Marshall Hermann Goering, 14 prints of Lieutenant General George Patton, 2 prints of General Charles DeGaulle, 1 print of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 5 prints of H.M. George VI of England, 5 prints of Sir Winston Churchill, 2 prints of President Harry Truman, 25 prints of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 15 prints of General Omar Bradley. undated
65 prints of Great Britain, 1940-1945 showing the effects of German aerial bombardment, 1940-1941, and of German rocket weapons, 1944. 12 prints depicting naval warfare in the North Atlantic, and the English Channel, 1939-1941.
20 prints of Great Britain, 1940-1945, depicting the effect of German bombardment on the civil population and property. 71 prints of German prisoners of war captured by Allied forces in France and Germany, 1944-1945, and of former Allied POWs after their liberation.
10 various prints depicting the German occupation of Memel, the Russo-Finnish war, and the German campaign against Poland, 1939; 7 various prints depicting the U.S. Army in Italy, 1944-1945, 35 various prints of U.S. forces in the Pacific, and 40 miscellaneous prints of U.S. Army officers, and enlisted men and women.
80 prints depicting the liberation of German concentration camps by U.S. troops, and the subsequent documentation of atrocities committed by German forces. Also includes four prints of malmedy massacre site. undated
3412 prints from the U.S. Army Signal Corps depicting the various activities of U.S. Forces in the European theatre, including combat operations, logistical undertakings, and the occupation of German held territory. 1944-1945