Long-nosed, cylindrical Superfortresses, with their slender, tapering wings, have spectacular beauty, are armed with 50-caliber machine guns and a 20-mm cannon. In: Victory magazine, 1945, Volume 3 Number 1.

Long-nosed, cylindrical Superfortresses, with their slender, tapering wings, have spectacular beauty, are armed with 50-caliber machine guns and a 20-mm cannon. In: Victory magazine, 1945, Volume 3 Number 1.

Dorothy Disch, 16, exhibits her prize southdown lamb. Behind her are championship ribbons for fine stock won by herself and her brother, Kenneth, now in the U.S. Marines. In: Victory magazine, 1944, Volume 2, Number 4.

Dorothy Disch, 16, exhibits her prize southdown lamb. Behind her are championship ribbons for fine stock won by herself and her brother, Kenneth, now in the U.S. Marines. In: Victory magazine, 1944, Volume 2, Number 4.

First American locomotive to land in Normandy is lowered onto Cherbourg dock. Engines like this followed close behind troops, were hoisted from ferries onto French railway tracks to transport men and ammunition to fighting lines at the front. In: Victory magazine, 1944, Volume 2, Number 4.

First American locomotive to land in Normandy is lowered onto Cherbourg dock. Engines like this followed close behind troops, were hoisted from ferries onto French railway tracks to transport men and ammunition to fighting lines at the front. In: Victory magazine, 1944, Volume 2, Number 4.

A teen-age boy has his field of vision measured by a perimeter at Strong Memorial Hospital’s Eye Clinic. This test is valuable in the detection of brain tumors. In: Victory magazine, 1944, Volume 2, Number 4.

A teen-age boy has his field of vision measured by a perimeter at Strong Memorial Hospital’s Eye Clinic. This test is valuable in the detection of brain tumors. In: Victory magazine, 1944, Volume 2, Number 4.

A girl worker packs a set of phonograph records which will give students a working knowledge of a foreign language without the aid of a teacher. In: Victory magazine, 1944, Volume 2, Number 4.

A girl worker packs a set of phonograph records which will give students a working knowledge of a foreign language without the aid of a teacher. In: Victory magazine, 1944, Volume 2, Number 4.

Girl diver demonstartes technique. In: Victory magazine 1944. vol.2. no.4.  Camera sequence analyzes superb diving form of Helen Crelenkovitch [sic], U.S. women’s platform and 3-meter champion, doing one and one-half dive with a twist.
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Girl diver demonstartes technique. In: Victory magazine 1944. vol.2. no.4. 

Camera sequence analyzes superb diving form of Helen Crelenkovitch [sic], U.S. women’s platform and 3-meter champion, doing one and one-half dive with a twist.

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Precision timing is required for graceful triple dive by U.S swim experts. In: Victory magazine 1944. vol.2. no.4. 

Precision timing is required for graceful triple dive by U.S swim experts. In: Victory magazine 1944. vol.2. no.4. 

A naval pilot, one of many carrier-based fliers whose work accelerated the Japanese rout, returns safely. His gesture indicates that he shot down six enemy planes. In: Victory magazine 1944. vol.2. no.4. 

A naval pilot, one of many carrier-based fliers whose work accelerated the Japanese rout, returns safely. His gesture indicates that he shot down six enemy planes. In: Victory magazine 1944. vol.2. no.4. 

Fast motor torpedo boat armed with anti-aircraft gun. In: Victory magazin 1944. vol.2. no.3.

Fast motor torpedo boat armed with anti-aircraft gun. In: Victory magazin 1944. vol.2. no.3.

United States Steel Export Company ad. In: Victory magazine, 1945. vol.3 no.1.

United States Steel Export Company ad. In: Victory magazine, 1945. vol.3 no.1.