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[Photo] Installation of a gun of No. 2 turret of battleship North Carolina, New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 9 Nov 1940, photo 1 of 2

[Photo] Installation of a gun of No. 2 turret of battleship North Carolina, New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 9 Nov 1940, photo 1 of 2 | World War II Database

Nautical Sailing Signal Flags Morse Code Chart hand-lettered illustration marina ocean sea sailboat ship wharf salt life

Ahoy! Here is my hand-lettered / illustrated chart of nautical signal flags and morse codes! A perfect gift for a sailing enthusiast, somebody who appreciates old-fashioned communication---or for your own reference, once the apocalypse hits and we can't text anymore! ::::::::::Details:::::::::::::: - Signed print of my original illustration, in the size of your choice: 4x6*, 5x7, 8x10, 11x14 - Professionally printed (locally!) on quality archival watercolor paper - Want a different size?…

Chief Petty Officer Retired In Black United States Navy USN Logo Decal Vector .eps .ai Gold Rank Golf Cart DIY Stock Vector - Illustration of chief, logo: 102579876

Chief Petty Officer Retired in black United States Navy USN logo decal vector .eps .ai gold rank golf cart DIY. Illustration about chief, logo, rank, social, black, petty - 102579876

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US poster 1943. Read about the huge role US production played in the Allied victory in WWII - on Sarah Sundin's blog!

Lessons from the 1940s - Labor Counts

American production was a key factor in the Allied victory. By keeping the Allies suppled with arms, vehicles, planes, ships, equipment, uniforms, medical supplies, and food, the "Arsenal of Democracy" lived up to its name.