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Japanese pilots posing together with a Nakajima ki-43

Japanese pilots posing together with a Nakajima

Japanese pilots and puppy. 1945.

May Yukio Araki, seventeen (holding the puppy), becomes the youngest Kamikaze pilot to die in World War II. He loses his life in a suicide attack on U. ships near Okinawa.

General view of wrecked Japanese Air Force planes at Atsugi Airport, Japan. September 1945

General view of wrecked Japanese Air Force planes at Atsugi Airport, Japan September 1945 <( ´;

USAAF Capt. Dewey E. Newhart “Mud N’ Mules” Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt LH-D s/n 42-76141 350th Fighter Squadron, 353rd Fighter Group, 8th Air Force http://www.colourisehistory.com/

Dewey E. Newhart “Mud N’ Mules” Republic Thunderbolt LH-D s/n Fighter Squadron, Fighter Group, Air Force Capt. Newhart was killed in action on the of June 1944 during a mission over Northern France. (Colourised by Doug Banks)

An IJN kamikaze pilot salutes on receiving his sortie orders. The bars on the sleeve of his uniform indicate that he is a lieutenant in the Imperial Japanese Navy.

An IJN kamikaze pilot salutes on receiving his sortie orders. The bars on the sleeve of his uniform indicate that he is a lieutenant in the Imperial Japanese Navy.

Happy Jack's Go Buggy (P-38J Lightening)

Captain Jack Ilfrey’s nickname was Happy Jack, which is where the name of his Lightning got it’s name “Happy Jack’s Go Buggy” from. Ilfrey was a member of the Fighter Squadron,

A German soldier on the Easter Front. No more confidence in the future of the war.  Hitler's army had become a poor army in 1944-1945.

A German soldier (Gefreiter – Wehrmacht’s corporal) posing temporarily occupied Russian village in Soviet Russia. On the uniform of a German soldier is not the right shoulder strap.

Japanese seaplane pilots and two natives in front of a Mitsubishi F1M Reconnaissance float plane (Rabaul 1942)

reconnaissance aircraft, Japanese Navy pilots, and natives, Rabak island…

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