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Las mejores fotos de la segunda guerra mundial

Las mejores fotos de la segunda guerra mundial

This is one of our favorite WWII photos. Taken in 1945, it shows thousands of troops pulling in to NY Harbor aboard the Queen Elizabeth. If this was 2016, there would be thousands of family members there waiting, but back in 1945, train travel was expensive and arrival ships (and dates) often changed. So after they got off the boat, they'd get a train ticket then go to Western Union to send a "I'm back - see you Tuesday!" telegram.

History In Pictures ‏ The liner "Queen Elizabeth" bringing American troops into NY Harbor at the end of WW II, 1945

Kissing Sailor in WWII Life Magazine Cover Photo Dies | POPSUGAR Celebrity

This Sailor's Story About His Iconic Kiss Might Surprise You

Mrs. Vivian Spear at a Boeing plant, 1943. Photo: P-I File / SL

The war also brings rapid growth to the lumber industry, the firm’s specialty. Rosie the Riveter, 1943 Thousands of women joined the Boeing production line during World War II as airplane output shifted into high gear.

18 WWII photos that make you believe in love again. Buzzfeed

18 WWII-Era Photos To Make You Believe In Love

Soldier Sharing a Secret with His Sweetheart - - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. A young woman smiles as a soldier whispers to her over the fence before he ships off to the World War II front. September Love this photo :)

Friendships are an important part of a man's life. Friends are those men you can count on when the chips are down. They'll back you up even when the whole wor

The History of Male Friendships

Article: The History and Nature of Man Friendships - Art of Manliness

Members of the Watford Womens Home Defense Unit practice their aim on the rifle range, as other members wait their turn to shoot in 1942 (left). This unit was composed mainly of business and professional women who took the rifle instruction during their leisure time.

28 Badass Historic Pictures Of Women During WWII

Members of the Watford Womens Home Defense Unit practice their aim on the rifle range, as other members wait their turn to shoot in 1942 (left). This unit was composed mainly of business and professional women who took the rifle instruction during their l

"Wait for Me, Daddy" - One of the most famous Canadian photographs of WWII.

1940 Province newspaper photographer Claude Dettloff took his famous “Wait For Me, Daddy” photo as soldiers marched down Eighth Street to board a waiting boat.

U.S. Army sniper Edward J. Foley of Methuen, Massachusetts - Italy 1944 WWII | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

American Snipers in France. The man in the foreground wears an impromptu camouflage helmet cover and is checking the receiver well of his The GI directly behind him is wearing the rare Invasion vest used by US Army Rangers.

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