Japanese convoy along French Indo China coast, 15 miles south of Cam Ranh Bay left burning by carrier-based planes of Task Force 38. Taken by plane from USS Hancock (CV 19), 12 January 1945. [2048 x 1593]

Japanese convoy along French Indo China coast, 15 miles south of Cam Ranh Bay left burning by carrier-based planes of Task Force 38. Taken by plane from USS Hancock (CV 19), 12 January 1945. [2048 x 1593]

“Civil Defence wardens and a member of the American Ambulance Great Britain search amongst rubble for salvageable items following a V1 Flying Bomb strike in Upper Norwood, south London during 1944.” [2402×1772]

“Civil Defence wardens and a member of the American Ambulance Great Britain search amongst rubble for salvageable items following a V1 Flying Bomb strike in Upper Norwood, south London during 1944.” [2402×1772]

Rubble and the remains of barbed wire line the streets of Cholon, a suburb of Saigon that was burned by South Vietnamese army troops in an effort to flush out any Viet Cong that remained after the Tet Offensive in late January, 1968. [1125 x 1771]

Rubble and the remains of barbed wire line the streets of Cholon, a suburb of Saigon that was burned by South Vietnamese army troops in an effort to flush out any Viet Cong that remained after the Tet Offensive in late January, 1968. [1125 x 1771]