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WWII Enigma Machine

The World War Two Enigma machine used by German military and intelligence services to create what they thought were unbreakable messages

A dead US soldier in the sand as other troops and tanks move off the beach, Utah/6 June 1944.

A dead US soldier in the sand as other troops and tanks move off the beach, Utah Beach - 6 June He has been identified and labelled, his next of kin will get a telegram soon. anniversary D Day 1944 - Heartbreaking.

Solved after 70 years: The mystery of the missing Lancaster Bomber Crew

Solved after 70 years: The mystery of the missing Lancaster Bomber Crew. A n eye witness led recovery team to crash site he had witnessed before, near Lamaurshine, Germany

1950 Sunbeam S7 500cc

Andy Tiernan Classics UK's low cost dealer in British motorcycles. Andy has been trading since 1972 and always has 80 plus bikes (veteran, vintage and classic) in stock from 1910 to

F-4 cockpit #flickr #plane #1960s

I sat in the seat of my Dad's plane. He flew an for the Air Force.

Gen. George C. Patton in one of his favorite shearling bomber jackets, c. 1944.

George S. (George Patton Museum): "Give me an army of West Point graduates and I'll win a battle. Give me a handful of Texas Aggies and I'll win a war.

George Smith Patton, IV (December 24, 1923 – June 27, 2004) was a Major General in the United States Army and the son of World War II General George Patton.

George Smith Patton, IV (December 1923 – June was a Major General in the United States Army and the son of World War II General George Patton.