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Tiffinie Wright
Tiffinie Wright • 2 years ago

His Battle Station. The atmosphere of death and of the futility and senselessness of war is graphically portrayed here. Photographed by PhoM1/c Arthur Green, USCGR. U. S. Coast Guard Photo

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