1943 Press Photo Allied Soldiers Rush From The Burning Plane Hit By The Nazis
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1943 Press Photo Allied Soldiers Rush From The Burning Plane Hit By The Nazis:
template 1943 Press Photo Allied Soldiers rush from the burning plane hit by the Nazis
This is an original press photo. Allied Soldiers rush valuable supplies from the scene of Nazi bomb hits at Souk El Arba, the air base captured by Allied Paratroops a few days before the attack. An Allied plane flames in the background. As American interceptors engaged the raiders, munitions were removed from flaming areas and wounded and shell shocked soldiers and civilians received emergency treatment on the field of battle. The bombs hit gas and oil supplies as well as munitions dumps at the airfield but the axis, too, lost fairly heavily. The morning following the attack, unescorted DC-3 transports brought replacement supplies and munitions to carry on the Tunisian attack. Photo measures 9 x 7.25 inches. Photo is dated 2-16-1943.This vintage photograph is offered for sale as a collectible item and conveys no transfer of copyright.
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