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Popular Science, October 1942  Our Warplanes Grow Stronger WWII Aircraft Spotting Army Air Corps military airplane

Vintage Complete Popular Science October 1942 Magazine, Another First for the Electron Microscope, How an Antitank Gun Works Inventions can Win the War, New Guns an Turrents, Our Warplanes grow Stronger

Colonel Van T. Barfoot, a Medal of Honor recipient. Technical Sergeant Van Barfoot, one of the most significant Native American heroes of World War II, was awarded the Medal of Honor while in the field in Épinal, France, on September 28, 1944. He received this recognition for his actions on May 23, 1944, when he led his unit through enemy minefields near Carano, Italy, destroying several positions and capturing others. Born June 15, 1919 and died March 2, 2012. Hero!

Van Barfoot, Medal of Honor Recipient passes away.

Oct. 8, 1918. Sgt. Alvin York almost single-handedly kills 25 German soldiers and captures 132 earning him the Medal of Honor during World War I. Gary Cooper later portrayed York in the movie "Sergeant York", which won Cooper an Academy award.

Sergeant Alvin Cullum York - was one of the most decorated American soldiers in World War I. He received the Medal of Honor for leading an attack on a German machine gun nest, taking 32 machine guns, killing 28 German soldiers and capturing 132 others

James E. Williams, Medal of Honor: The Most Decorated Enlisted Sailor in the US Navy

Williams, Medal of Honor: The Most Decorated Enlisted Sailor in the US Navy

Items similar to 1942 US WWII Propaganda Poster "For God's Sake Send Planes!" Oldsmobile General Motors Not a reproduction, rare poster! Holiday Man Gift on Etsy

Photo of radio from from the companionway.  On the right is the ECM Mark II cipher machine.USS Pampanito

Photo of radio from from the companionway. On the right is the ECM Mark II cipher machine.

US anti-Japanese poster: This is the Enemy.

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This is the Enemy! A American poster dehumanising the Japanese enemy. Japanese soldiers were depicted as feral beasts, pillaging towns .

An example of a Civil War era rifle cannon and rigging. An eye hook can be seen in the foreground at right, attached to a line. Eye hooks were used to position the cannon in place prior to firing.

Unidentified sailor posing with a 100 pounder gun aboard the recently captured CSS Teaser captured by the USS Maratanza on July by James F.

WWII - I am the Torpedo!

Rare original World War Two propaganda poster issued by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Limited. I am the Torpedo!one of the many weapons of war made by the Motor Industry, Production for Victory.

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