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Ambulance Train Of The Engineer Corps At Falmouth, Virginia - 1863
Ambulance Train Of The Engineer Corps At Falmouth, Virginia - 1863
Ambulances Going To The Front - Before The Wilderness Campaign
Ambulances Of The Union Army Taking Part In The Grand Review 1865
Amenities of the Camp In 1864
American advisors supervise gun laying
American assault troops of the 16th Infantry Regiment,
American howitzers shell German forces retreating near Carentan,
American Lancers
American medics treat casualties at an American portable surgical unit during the 36th Division drive on Pinwe,
American POWs captured at Bataanve by the Japs at a POW camp,
American prisoners of war celebrate the 4th of July in the Japanese prison camp of Casisange in Malaybalay,
American Samoa
American soldier lies dead in gutter of Schevenhutte,
American soldiers of the 289th Infantry Regiment march along the snow-covered road on their way to cut off the St.
American soldiers,
Americans of Italian descent in New York City wave flags and toss paper into the air as they celebrate the news of Japan's unconditional surrender to the Allies on August 14,
Americans of Japanese descent,
Americans take shelter during mop-up of Brest.
Amiel W. Whipple
Ammunition In Federal Fort No. 9, Atlanta
Ammunition-Train Of The Third Division, Cavalry Corps
Ammunition-Train Of The Third Division, Cavalry Corps: The Wagons With The Right Of Way
Amphibious Soldiers - 1865
Amusement During The Blockade Minstrels On The Flagship "Wabash"
Amusements In A Confederate Camp - 1864
An "Aide" Of General Grant
An 8 inch Parrott And A Rodman Gun
An 800 foot Railroad Bridge Bridge Built In Four and One-Half' Days - The Chattahoochie Bridge
An Advance Defense Of Richmond
An Air Transport Command plane flies over the pyramids in Egypt.
An Ambulance Team
An American medium tank hit a Jap land mine in surging forward to the Tacloban Air Strip during the early stages of the Philippines invasion on Oct.
An American plane sweeps overhead to strafe the enemy hidden in their coral trenches,
An Army Doctor In The Field - C.K. Irvine, Surgeon Of The Seventy-Second New York Infantry - September, 1863
An Army Surgeon At City Point - Dr. J.M. Gill
An eager school boy gets his first experience in using War Ration Book Two.
An Emergency Gunboat From The New York Ferry Service
An Escort That Made History
An Honor Man Of The Regulars
An Idle Garrison
An Idle Hour On The After-Deck Of the Mendota
An Important part Of The War Game
An Important Source Of Exchange - 125,000 Prisoners, Mostly Officers, Were Confined Here
An Important Source Of Exchange - 125,000 Prisoners, Mostly Officers, Were Confined Here
An Indefatigable Gunboat - The "Miami"
An Ingenious Device Of The Confederates In Pulaski
An Interlude Of Warfare - Serenading The Colonel
An Oasis In The Desert Of War
An Officer

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