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Neptune 1944 01
Neptune 1944 01
No. 46 ... Cover: At Goose Bay, in Labrador, is the largest airfield in the world. U.S. and Canadian aircraft refuel here before crossing the Atlantic.

Neptune 1944 02
Neptune 1944 02
No. 47 ... Cover: Inside a 14-inch gun turrent of a British battleship. A Shell has just been fired, and the gun layer is pulling the lever which automatically opens the breach.

Neptune 1944 03
Neptune 1944 03
No. 48 ... Cover: Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten, Supreme Allied Commander, South-East Asia, who is working in close co-operation with General MacArthur, Commander-in-Chief, South-West Pacific zone.

Neptune 1944 04
Neptune 1944 04
No. 49 ... Cover: In this picture "Mustang" P-51B fighters, with extra fuel tanks under their wings, escort "Flying Fortresses" of the U.S. Army Air Force on a day raid over Germany.

Neptune 1944 05
Neptune 1944 05
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Neptune 1944 06
Neptune 1944 06
No. 51 ... Cover: Front-Line Spiders

Neptune 1944 07
Neptune 1944 07
No. 52 ... Cover: Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, who commands the Allied Navies for the Liberation of Europe.

Neptune 1944 08
Neptune 1944 08
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Neptune 1944 09
Neptune 1944 09
No. 54 ... Cover: Onward to Berlin! The English artist Forster gives his impression of a long column of British armoured troops moving up on Continental roads in their march for the liberation of Europe, while German prisoners move back to internment camps.

Neptune 1944 10
Neptune 1944 10
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Neptune 1944 11
Neptune 1944 11
An R.A.F. pilot with one of the rocket-firing " Typhoons " used to attack retreating German columns

Neptune 1944 12
Neptune 1944 12
No. 57 ... Cover: One of the largest pneumatic presses in the world, forming propellers in a British aircraft factory. An impression by Cuneo.




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