Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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Where American Soldiers Will Be Disinterred
New York Honors 6251 World War Dead
View of the Henri-Chapelle U.S. Military Cemetery near Liege, Belgium, holding the bodies of 17,319 war heroes. Relatives may request Government to rectum bodies to U.S. for burial, and first ceremonies of disinterment Win be held shortly, with return of the loved ones starting in October
.Left: Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York, speaks before flag-draped casket of a Medal of Honor winner, symbol of his 6,251 buddies whose bodies have been retumed to the U.S. from Europe. Right, above; Guard of honor and pallbearers. Below; part of procession on Fifth Avenue.
An unidentified woman kneels over the coffin of one of twenty war heroes buried during a mass funeral service at the National Cemetery, Arlington, Va. Her parting gesture followed impressive ceremony attended by Pres. Truman, cabinet members and chiefs of the military forces.
Three years separate the taking of the picture at left during the bombing of London and showing young Suzanne Oliphant, victim of a flying bomb, being rescued by air raid warden Florence Kelly, and the recent view at right when the two were reunited at Miss Kelly's wedding to a soldier.
State Department Reveals Hitler-Stalin Plans
Publication by U.S. State Dept. of secret German documents captured by American forces which reveal that Stalin and Hitler nearly agreed to "liquidate" the British Empire and partition Europe, reveals these 1940 photos. Left; Molotov, interpreter, and Hitler, meeting in Berlin. Right; Von Ribbentrop, Molotov and Stalin, meeting in Moscow.
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