United States Army Signal Corps World War II Conferences Photograph Collection 1943-1945

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United States Army Signal Corps World War II Conferences Photograph Collection, 1943-1945

United States Army Signal Corps World War II Conferences Photograph Collection 1943-1945

Photographs taken by the U.S. Army Signal Corps at several major conferences of Allied military and political leaders from 1943-1945.

1 box (.3 cu. ft.)

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