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Unforgettable photos from World War Two

A Frenchman weeps as German soldiers march into the French capital Paris, June 14, 1940.  

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A Frenchman weeps as German soldiers march into the French capital Paris, June 14, 1940. National Archivesmore

A Frenchman weeps as German soldiers march into the French capital Paris, June 14, 1940. National Archives/via REUTERS
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St. Paul's Cathedral is pictured during the great fire raid of Sunday December 29th 1940 during the Battle of Britain, in London.    U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

St. Paul's Cathedral is pictured during the great fire raid of Sunday December 29th 1940 during the Battle of more

St. Paul's Cathedral is pictured during the great fire raid of Sunday December 29th 1940 during the Battle of Britain, in London. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A resident of the Sudeten raises her arm in a Nazi salute after the region was annexed to Germany as part of the Munich Agreement, Czechoslovakia, 1938.    

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A resident of the Sudeten raises her arm in a Nazi salute after the region was annexed to Germany as part of tmore

A resident of the Sudeten raises her arm in a Nazi salute after the region was annexed to Germany as part of the Munich Agreement, Czechoslovakia, 1938. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Adolf Hitler in Paris, June 23, 1940.    U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Adolf Hitler in Paris, June 23, 1940. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Adolf Hitler in Paris, June 23, 1940. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Children of an eastern suburb of London made homeless during the Battle of Britain, September 1940.    U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Children of an eastern suburb of London made homeless during the Battle of Britain, September 1940. U.S. Namore

Children of an eastern suburb of London made homeless during the Battle of Britain, September 1940. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A captured photograph taken aboard a Japanese carrier before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941.   U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

A captured photograph taken aboard a Japanese carrier before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1more

A captured photograph taken aboard a Japanese carrier before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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This captured Japanese photograph shows the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941. In the distance, the smoke rises from Hickam Field.  U.S. Navy/via REUTERS

This captured Japanese photograph shows the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941. In the distance,more

This captured Japanese photograph shows the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941. In the distance, the smoke rises from Hickam Field.  U.S. Navy/via REUTERS
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A view of the USS Arizona burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, December 7, 1941.   U.S. Navy/via REUTERS

A view of the USS Arizona burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, December 7, 1941.  more

A view of the USS Arizona burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, December 7, 1941.   U.S. Navy/via REUTERS
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German troops in Russia, 1941.    U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

German troops in Russia, 1941. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

German troops in Russia, 1941. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Prisoners of war have their hands tied behind their backs during the March of Death from Bataan to the Cabanatuan prison camp, in the Philippines, May 1942.   U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Prisoners of war have their hands tied behind their backs during the March of Death from Bataan to the Cabanatmore

Prisoners of war have their hands tied behind their backs during the March of Death from Bataan to the Cabanatuan prison camp, in the Philippines, May 1942. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Jewish civilians are led down a street by German soldiers during the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, in Poland, 1943.   U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Jewish civilians are led down a street by German soldiers during the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, in Polamore

Jewish civilians are led down a street by German soldiers during the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, in Poland, 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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The Japanese aircraft carrier Hiryu burns before sinking during the Battle of Midway June 5, 1942.    U.S. Navy/via REUTERS

The Japanese aircraft carrier Hiryu burns before sinking during the Battle of Midway June 5, 1942.   U.Smore

The Japanese aircraft carrier Hiryu burns before sinking during the Battle of Midway June 5, 1942.   U.S. Navy/via REUTERS
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A dust storm at the War Relocation Authority center, where evacuees of Japanese ancestry in the United States spent the duration of World War Two, in Manzanar, California, July 3, 1942. U.S. National Archives/Dorothea Lange/via REUTERS

A dust storm at the War Relocation Authority center, where evacuees of Japanese ancestry in the United States more

A dust storm at the War Relocation Authority center, where evacuees of Japanese ancestry in the United States spent the duration of World War Two, in Manzanar, California, July 3, 1942. U.S. National Archives/Dorothea Lange/via REUTERS
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With a canvas tarpaulin for a church and packing cases for an altar, a Navy chaplain holds mass for Marines at Saipan, June 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

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With a canvas tarpaulin for a church and packing cases for an altar, a Navy chaplain holds mass for Marines at Saipan, June 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A Japanese plane is shot down as it attempts to attack the USS Kitkun Bay near the Mariana Islands, June 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

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A Japanese plane is shot down as it attempts to attack the USS Kitkun Bay near the Mariana Islands, June 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. Private Roy Humphrey is given blood plasma by Pfc. Harvey White, after he was wounded by shrapnel in Sicily, Italy August 9, 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. Private Roy Humphrey is given blood plasma by Pfc. Harvey White, after he was wounded by shrapnel in Sicimore

U.S. Private Roy Humphrey is given blood plasma by Pfc. Harvey White, after he was wounded by shrapnel in Sicily, Italy August 9, 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A photo taken from a U.S. B-17 Flying Fortress of the 8th AAF Bomber Command when they attacked a ball- bearing plant and the nearby Hispano Suiza aircraft engine repair depot in Paris, France, December 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

A photo taken from a U.S. B-17 Flying Fortress of the 8th AAF Bomber Command when they attacked a ball- bearinmore

A photo taken from a U.S. B-17 Flying Fortress of the 8th AAF Bomber Command when they attacked a ball- bearing plant and the nearby Hispano Suiza aircraft engine repair depot in Paris, France, December 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. soldiers land on the coast of France under heavy machine gun fire, June 6, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. soldiers land on the coast of France under heavy machine gun fire, June 6, 1944. U.S. National Archives/vmore

U.S. soldiers land on the coast of France under heavy machine gun fire, June 6, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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The USS Bunker Hill after being hit by two kamikazes within 30 seconds off Kyushu, May 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

The USS Bunker Hill after being hit by two kamikazes within 30 seconds off Kyushu, May 1945. U.S. National Arcmore

The USS Bunker Hill after being hit by two kamikazes within 30 seconds off Kyushu, May 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Pilots aboard a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier receive last minute instructions before taking off to attack industrial, and military installations in Tokyo, February 17, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Pilots aboard a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier receive last minute instructions before taking off to attack industmore

Pilots aboard a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier receive last minute instructions before taking off to attack industrial, and military installations in Tokyo, February 17, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. soldiers of the 347th Infantry Regiment are served food on their way to La Roche, Belgium, January 13, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. soldiers of the 347th Infantry Regiment are served food on their way to La Roche, Belgium, January 13, 19more

U.S. soldiers of the 347th Infantry Regiment are served food on their way to La Roche, Belgium, January 13, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. soldiers are pictured during landing operations on Rendova Island, Solomon Islands, June 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. soldiers are pictured during landing operations on Rendova Island, Solomon Islands, June 1943. U.S. Natiomore

U.S. soldiers are pictured during landing operations on Rendova Island, Solomon Islands, June 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A member of a U.S. Marine patrol on Saipan finds a Japanese family hiding in a hillside cave during fighting on Saipan, June 21, 1944. The mother, four children and a dog were in the cave. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

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A member of a U.S. Marine patrol on Saipan finds a Japanese family hiding in a hillside cave during fighting on Saipan, June 21, 1944. The mother, four children and a dog were in the cave. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A Nazi soldier carries ammunition boxes forward with in territory recently taken by their counteroffensive in this scene from captured German film, in Belgium, December 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

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A Nazi soldier carries ammunition boxes forward with in territory recently taken by their counteroffensive in this scene from captured German film, in Belgium, December 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. infantrymen of the 255th Infantry Regiment move down a street in Waldenburg, Germany, April 16, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. infantrymen of the 255th Infantry Regiment move down a street in Waldenburg, Germany, April 16, 1945. U.Smore

U.S. infantrymen of the 255th Infantry Regiment move down a street in Waldenburg, Germany, April 16, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A torpedoed Japanese destroyer photographed through the periscope of the U.S.S. Wahoo or U.S.S. Nautilus, June 1942. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

A torpedoed Japanese destroyer photographed through the periscope of the U.S.S. Wahoo or U.S.S. Nautilus, Junemore

A torpedoed Japanese destroyer photographed through the periscope of the U.S.S. Wahoo or U.S.S. Nautilus, June 1942. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. 2nd Lt. William Robertson and Soviet Lt. Alexander Sylvashko in front of a sign symbolizing the historic meeting of the Russian and American Armies, near Torgau, Germany, April 25, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. 2nd Lt. William Robertson and Soviet Lt. Alexander Sylvashko in front of a sign symbolizing the historic more

U.S. 2nd Lt. William Robertson and Soviet Lt. Alexander Sylvashko in front of a sign symbolizing the historic meeting of the Russian and American Armies, near Torgau, Germany, April 25, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. vehicles knocked out by Japanese resistance on the black sands of Iwo Jima, March 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. vehicles knocked out by Japanese resistance on the black sands of Iwo Jima, March 1945. U.S. National Arcmore

U.S. vehicles knocked out by Japanese resistance on the black sands of Iwo Jima, March 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A German resident is overcome as she walks past the exhumed bodies of some of 800 slave workers murdered by SS guards near Namering, Germany, May 17, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

A German resident is overcome as she walks past the exhumed bodies of some of 800 slave workers murdered by SSmore

A German resident is overcome as she walks past the exhumed bodies of some of 800 slave workers murdered by SS guards near Namering, Germany, May 17, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Wounded are tranferred from the USS Bunker Hill to the USS Wilkes Barre following a Japanese attack off Okinawa, May 11, 1945.   U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Wounded are tranferred from the USS Bunker Hill to the USS Wilkes Barre following a Japanese attack off Okinawmore

Wounded are tranferred from the USS Bunker Hill to the USS Wilkes Barre following a Japanese attack off Okinawa, May 11, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. soldiers crossing the Rhine river under German enemy fire at St. Goar, March 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. soldiers crossing the Rhine river under German enemy fire at St. Goar, March 1945. U.S. National Archivesmore

U.S. soldiers crossing the Rhine river under German enemy fire at St. Goar, March 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. troops of the 28th Infantry Division march down the Champs Elysees in Paris after capturing the city from the Germans, August 29, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. troops of the 28th Infantry Division march down the Champs Elysees in Paris after capturing the city frommore

U.S. troops of the 28th Infantry Division march down the Champs Elysees in Paris after capturing the city from the Germans, August 29, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Two U.S. Coast Guard-manned LST's open their great jaws in the surf on Leyte Island beach as soldiers strip down and build sandbag piers out to the ramps to speed up unloading operations, Leyte, Philippines, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Two U.S. Coast Guard-manned LST's open their great jaws in the surf on Leyte Island beach as soldiers strip domore

Two U.S. Coast Guard-manned LST's open their great jaws in the surf on Leyte Island beach as soldiers strip down and build sandbag piers out to the ramps to speed up unloading operations, Leyte, Philippines, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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The U.S. 90th Division discovered this Reichsbank wealth, SS loot, and Berlin museum paintings that were removed from Berlin to a salt mine in Merkers, Germany, April 15, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

The U.S. 90th Division discovered this Reichsbank wealth, SS loot, and Berlin museum paintings that were removmore

The U.S. 90th Division discovered this Reichsbank wealth, SS loot, and Berlin museum paintings that were removed from Berlin to a salt mine in Merkers, Germany, April 15, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. soldiers of the 55th Armored Infantry Battalion and tank of the 22nd Tank Battalion move through a smoke filled street in Wernberg, Germany, April 22, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. soldiers of the 55th Armored Infantry Battalion and tank of the 22nd Tank Battalion move through a smoke more

U.S. soldiers of the 55th Armored Infantry Battalion and tank of the 22nd Tank Battalion move through a smoke filled street in Wernberg, Germany, April 22, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A photo taken at the instant bullets from a French firing squad hit a Frenchman who collaborated with the Germans, in Rennes, France, November 21, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

A photo taken at the instant bullets from a French firing squad hit a Frenchman who collaborated with the Germmore

A photo taken at the instant bullets from a French firing squad hit a Frenchman who collaborated with the Germans, in Rennes, France, November 21, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A procession of German prisoners captured by U.S. soldiers during the taking of Aachen march through the streets of the ruined city, in Aachen, Germany, October 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

A procession of German prisoners captured by U.S. soldiers during the taking of Aachen march through the streemore

A procession of German prisoners captured by U.S. soldiers during the taking of Aachen march through the streets of the ruined city, in Aachen, Germany, October 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A woman has her head shaved following the retreat of German forces from the Montelimar area of France, August 29, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

A woman has her head shaved following the retreat of German forces from the Montelimar area of France, August more

A woman has her head shaved following the retreat of German forces from the Montelimar area of France, August 29, 1944. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Coast Guardsmen on the deck of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Spencer watch the explosion of a depth charge while providing convoy protection from Nazi U-boats, April 17, 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Coast Guardsmen on the deck of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Spencer watch the explosion of a depth charge whilemore

Coast Guardsmen on the deck of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Spencer watch the explosion of a depth charge while providing convoy protection from Nazi U-boats, April 17, 1943. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A dead German general who commited suicide lies on the floor of city hall in Liepzig, Germany, after U.S. troops captured the city, April 19, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

A dead German general who commited suicide lies on the floor of city hall in Liepzig, Germany, after U.S. troomore

A dead German general who commited suicide lies on the floor of city hall in Liepzig, Germany, after U.S. troops captured the city, April 19, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Slave laborers in the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany are pictured after U.S. soldiers of the 80th Division entered the camp, April 16, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Slave laborers in the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany are pictured after U.S. soldiers of the 80th Dimore

Slave laborers in the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany are pictured after U.S. soldiers of the 80th Division entered the camp, April 16, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Jewish children on their way to Palestine after having been released from the Buchenwald Concentration Camp, June 5, 1945. The girl on the left is from Poland, the boy in the center from Latvia, and the girl on right from Hungary. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Jewish children on their way to Palestine after having been released from the Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Jmore

Jewish children on their way to Palestine after having been released from the Buchenwald Concentration Camp, June 5, 1945. The girl on the left is from Poland, the boy in the center from Latvia, and the girl on right from Hungary. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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German General Anton Dostler is tied to a stake before his execution by a firing squad in the Aversa stockade, Aversa, Italy, December 1, 1945. The General was convicted and sentenced to death by an American military tribunal. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

German General Anton Dostler is tied to a stake before his execution by a firing squad in the Aversa stockade,more

German General Anton Dostler is tied to a stake before his execution by a firing squad in the Aversa stockade, Aversa, Italy, December 1, 1945. The General was convicted and sentenced to death by an American military tribunal. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Three Japanese soldiers emerge from their hiding place to surrender during mopping-up operations by the U.S. Army on Iwo Jima, April 5, 1945.    U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Three Japanese soldiers emerge from their hiding place to surrender during mopping-up operations by the U.S. Amore

Three Japanese soldiers emerge from their hiding place to surrender during mopping-up operations by the U.S. Army on Iwo Jima, April 5, 1945.   U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. Marines raise the American flag atop Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima, 1945.  U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. Marines raise the American flag atop Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima, 1945.  U.S. National Archives/via more

U.S. Marines raise the American flag atop Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima, 1945.  U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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A burial at sea for a casualty of the battle for Iwo Jima onboard the USS Hansford, February1945.  U.S. Navy/via REUTERS

A burial at sea for a casualty of the battle for Iwo Jima onboard the USS Hansford, February1945.  U.S. Nmore

A burial at sea for a casualty of the battle for Iwo Jima onboard the USS Hansford, February1945.  U.S. Navy/via REUTERS
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Devastation is seen in the vicinity of 'ground zero' after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, 1945.   U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

Devastation is seen in the vicinity of 'ground zero' after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, 1945.  more

Devastation is seen in the vicinity of 'ground zero' after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, 1945.   U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS
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Smoke rises more than 60,000 feet into the air over Nagasaki, Japan, from an atomic bomb, the second ever used in warfare, dropped from a B-29 Superfortress bomber, August 9, 1945.  U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

Smoke rises more than 60,000 feet into the air over Nagasaki, Japan, from an atomic bomb, the second ever usedmore

Smoke rises more than 60,000 feet into the air over Nagasaki, Japan, from an atomic bomb, the second ever used in warfare, dropped from a B-29 Superfortress bomber, August 9, 1945.  U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS
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Japanese prisoners of war react with bowed heads after hearing Emperor Hirohito deliver the announcement of Japan's unconditional surrender, at a prison camp in Guam, August 15, 1945.  U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Japanese prisoners of war react with bowed heads after hearing Emperor Hirohito deliver the announcement of Jamore

Japanese prisoners of war react with bowed heads after hearing Emperor Hirohito deliver the announcement of Japan's unconditional surrender, at a prison camp in Guam, August 15, 1945.  U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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U.S. F4U and F6F planes fly in formation during surrender ceremonies aboard the USS Missouri, off Japan, September 2, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

U.S. F4U and F6F planes fly in formation during surrender ceremonies aboard the USS Missouri, off Japan, Septemore

U.S. F4U and F6F planes fly in formation during surrender ceremonies aboard the USS Missouri, off Japan, September 2, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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G.I.'s celebrate the surrender of Japan with a special edition of the Paris Post, in Paris, France, August 10, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

G.I.'s celebrate the surrender of Japan with a special edition of the Paris Post, in Paris, France, August 10,more

G.I.'s celebrate the surrender of Japan with a special edition of the Paris Post, in Paris, France, August 10, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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Gaunt allied prisoners of war cheer rescuers from the U.S. Navy at Aomori camp near Yokohama, Japan, August 29, 1945. The prisoners are waving flags of the United States, Great Britain and Holland. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

Gaunt allied prisoners of war cheer rescuers from the U.S. Navy at Aomori camp near Yokohama, Japan, August 29more

Gaunt allied prisoners of war cheer rescuers from the U.S. Navy at Aomori camp near Yokohama, Japan, August 29, 1945. The prisoners are waving flags of the United States, Great Britain and Holland. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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People in New York City's Times Square kiss while celebrating the surrender of Japan, August 14, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS

People in New York City's Times Square kiss while celebrating the surrender of Japan, August 14, 1945. U.S. Namore

People in New York City's Times Square kiss while celebrating the surrender of Japan, August 14, 1945. U.S. National Archives/via REUTERS
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