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Liberty Ship, Bethlehem Fairfield Shipyards, 1943

Liberty Ship, Bethlehem Fairfield Shipyards, 1943

Bethlehem Fairfield shipyards, near Baltimore, Maryland. Construction of a Liberty ship. The ship sliding down the ways just twenty-four days after her keelplates were laid. It will take ten days long

Copies of these letters can also be found: Harry S. Truman Library, Miscellaneous historical document file, no. 258.  To those who say America didn't care about innocent lives...

To those who say America didn't care about innocent lives...

Before dropping atom bombs, Americans dropped millions of leaflets warning people of the attack and asking them to leave.

The decommissioned Iowa-class battleship USS Wisconsin (BB-64) is berthed at NAUTICUS in downtown Norfolk during a ceremony officially transferring Wisconsin from the U.S. Navy to the city of Norfolk.

The decommissioned Iowa-class battleship USS Wisconsin is berthed at NAUTICUS in downtown Norfolk during a ceremony officially transferring Wisconsin from the U. Navy to the city of Norfolk.

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German armored vehicles: from top, Tiger I, Panther, Ferdinand, and Tiger II.

Kim Jong-Un versus Musician

Kim Jong-Un versus Musician

El Acorazado Bismarck fue el primero de los dos acorazados de la clase Bismarck de la marina de guerra alemana, la Kriegsmarine, durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Nombrado así en honor del canciller Otto von Bismarck, promotor de la unificación alemana en 1871 y botado en febrero de 1939.

Battleship Bismarck of the German Navy, one of the biggest battleships used during World War II. Damn that is a hell of a big boat!

HMS Hood

HMS Hood, The largest battlecruiser ever built, she famously confirmed the fundamental flaw in the concept when she came up against the modern German battleship Bismarck in May being fatally vulnerable to heavy calibre plunging fire. There were only 3

MaritimeQuest - USS Wisconsin BB-64 Page 3

Sailors assigned to USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN 71 Weapons Department man the rails of the Iowa-class battleship USS Wisconsin BB 64 .

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