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  1. Robert S. Rosenberg UPL 34174

    Robert S. Rosenberg, captain

  2. Robert S. Rosenberg UPL 34175

    Robert S. Rosenberg, cadet

  3. Robert S. Rosenberg UPL 34176

    B17G, Little Max, 297317

  4. Robert S. Rosenberg UPL 34173

    Robert S. Rosenberg

  5. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 8711

    A B-24 Liberator of the 376th Bomb Group, 15th Air Force, with a badly damaged wing flying over Toulon, 1944. Printed caption on reverse: '61990...

  6. UPL 34172

    "ENEMY FIGHTER BASE ATTACKED--Hangars, barracks and workshops receive heavy concentrations of bombs as 8th AAF heavy bombers hammered the twin...

  7. UPL 34171

    "DELUGE OF BOMBS--Almost hiding the target area from vision, a curtain of bombs shades the German twin-engine fighter base at Dijon in occupied...

  8. UPL 34170

    James Ross Denny of Cedar Falls, Iowa. This photograph was published in the Courier of Waterloo, Iowa, on January 3, 1945.

  9. Roger Freeman Collection FRE 1295

    B-17 Flying Fortresses of the 384th Bomb Group drop bombs over Dijon. Printed caption on reverse: '50917 AC- Bombs from Boeing B-17 Flying...

  10. UPL 34169

    "Bombs dropped by planes of the 95th Bombardment Group, 8th Air Force fall toward tThe Dijon/Longvic airdrome, which is already covered with bomb...

  11. UPL 34168

    "Bombing of Dijon, France by Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses."

  12. UPL 34166

    "Billows of smoke shrouds the Luftwaffe's twin-engine fighter base at Dijon in eastern France as American heavy bombers took their toll of four...

  13. UPL 34167

    "Bomb bursts devastate installations at Dijon/Longvic airfield, France during a bombing mission by planes of the 93rd Bombardment Group, 8th Air...

  14. UPL 34165

    "After 25 April 44 attack during which heavy bombers dropped GF and IB bombs. Two hangars were nearly destroyed (1) two damaged (2) one workshop...

  15. UPL 34164

    "9th AF Martin B-26 Marauders at the request of Lt Gen George S Pattons 3rd army, pounded the main road junction and barracks area at Dieze, 30...

  16. UPL 34163

    "German Gun positions in the town of Dieuze, located by 9th Air Force Reconnaissance planes, undergoing attack by Martin B-26 Marauders of the 9th...

  17. UPL 34162

    "Bombs, dropped by Martin B-26 Marauders of the 386th Bomb Group, explode on their target at Dieppe, France during a raid on 14 April 1944."

  18. UPL 34161

    "BOMB DELIVERY AT DIEPPE-Here are four 1,000 lb bombs from a Martin B-26 Marauder medium bomber of the 9th AF on their way down to the port area of...

  19. UPL 34160

    44-8507 "Our Baby"

  20. UPL 34159

    Unknown crew member in front of Commando Chief, likely 1944 or 1945.

  21. UPL 34158

    "Bombs dropped by USAAF planes burst on the target - an enemy installation at Croisette, France - during a raid on 14 Jan 1944."

  22. UPL 34157

    "Bombs dropped by USAAF planes burst on the target - an enemy installation at Croisette, France - during a raid on 14 Jan 1944."

  23. UPL 34156

    "Bombs dropped by Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortresses" of the 91st Bomb Group, 8th Air Force, burst on the objective at Croisette, France. 14 January...

  24. UPL 34155

    "When Marauder B-26 medium bombers of the U.S. 9th AF bombed the railway yards at Creil, 25 miles north of Paris, on March 20, one of their...

  25. UPL 34154

    "What the Creil railway marshalling yards looked like at noon, 12:00 o'clock on March 28, while it was being blasted by more that 300 tons of bombs...

  26. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34152

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  27. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34153

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  28. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34147

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  29. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34148

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  30. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34149

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  31. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34150

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  32. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34151

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  33. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34144

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  34. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34145

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  35. Parker Finney's POW Diary Document 34146

    From Parker Finney's POW Diary. Stalag III August 30 1944 to Jan 27 1945. Stamlager VIIA Moosberg Germany Feb 3 1945 to May 9 1945

  36. Document 34143

    Parker Finney's POW diary. Miscellaneous pages at the back list names, events, food that they wanted to eat, and places that he heard about that...

  37. 61st TCG UPL 34140

    The men of the 61st TCG pose in front of the X5, the aircraft that was commanded by LtCol. Marcus O. Owens Jr. ...

  38. UPL 34142

    "The Creil railway marshalling yards locked like this after 1 o'clock 23 March 44. Heavy formations of Martin B-26 Marauder medium bombers of the...

  39. UPL 34141

    "CRIPPLING NAZI RAILROAD COMMUNICATIONS-The marshalling yard at Criel, France, controls traffic for the channel port of Dieppe, along with ports to...

  40. UPL 34139

    "After bombing. Hits blanket entire yard, cutting main lines in 20 places, damaging majority of 700 freight cars."

  41. UPL 34138

    "Vehicles damaged by the 9th AF in Coutances, France. 1 August 1944."

  42. UPL 34137

    "Vehicles damaged by 9th AF bombers on a highway in Coutances, France. 1 August 1944."

  43. UPL 34136

    "This road in Coutances, France was bombed out by 9th AF bombers. 1 August 1944."

  44. UPL 34135

    "Coutances road junctions bombed."

  45. UPL 34134

    "Courseulles Sur Mer, France three miles west of Berniers, was heavily blasted. It lies at south of Mue river, has good landing sites which were...

  46. UPL 34133

    "At the Corme-Ecluse airfield, about 40 miles north of Bordeaux, France, concentrations of bombs from 8th USAAF heavy bombers cover the landing...

  47. UPL 34132

    "9th air force bomb damage at Coutances, France. 1 August 1944.

  48. UPL 34131

    "Bridge in Coutances, France, knocked out by US 9th AF bombers. 1 August 1944."

  49. UPL 34130

    "Bomb damage wrought by the 9th AF on railway marshalling yards in Coutances, France. 1 August 1944."

  50. UPL 34129

    "Bomb damage wrought by the 9th AF on Coutances, France. 1 August 1944."