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Gaetano Faillace's photo of General MacArthur and Emperor Hirohito at Allied GHQ in Tokyo. September 17, 1945. McArthur treated Hirohito without any of the ceremony accorded to the Emperor by Japanese traditions, which, in Japanese eyes, was a grave affront. But only weeks after Hiroshima and Nagasaki there was little room for Japanese protests.
Unpublished. Aerial view of bombed-out buildings and wrecked gasworks in and around the Schöneberg section of Berlin in 1945.
The man in charge and responsible for the Bataan Death March was Japan's General Homma Masaharu. Or so the American military commission found. Homma had surrendered in Tokyo on September 14, 1945, was tried at Manila, convicted, and executed via firing squad at Los Baños, Luzon, the Philippines, on April 3, 1946.
An American F-105 warplane is shot down and the pilot ejects and opens his parachute in this photo taken by North Vietnamese photograper Mai Nam on September 1966 near Vinh Phuc, north of Hanoi. This photo is one of the most recognized images taken by a North Vietnamese photographer during the war. The pilot of the aircraft was taken hostage and held in a Hanoi prison from 1966 to 1973.