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This iconic photo, taken February 23, 1945, by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal, shows five U.S. Marines and a Navy sailor raising the American flag over the battle-scarred Japanese island of Iwo Jima. But it wasn't the first flag raised over Iwo Jima that day, and Rosenthal wasn't the only one there taking photos.

This iconic photo, taken February 23, 1945, by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal, shows five U.S. Marines and a Navy sailor raising the American flag over the battle-scarred Japanese island of Iwo Jima. But it wasn't the first flag raised over Iwo Jima that day, and Rosenthal wasn't the only one there taking photos.

New York — Brooklyn firefighters raise an American flag at the disaster site on the day of the attacks.

New York — Brooklyn firefighters raise an American flag at the disaster site on the day of the attacks.

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I remember seeing this photo  what a image of the depression, if I am right . Black and white you can not be there it

I remember seeing this photo what a image of the depression, if I am right . Black and white you can not be there it

This is the incredible true story of a wartime sisterhood of women pilots: a group of courageous pioneers who took exceptional risks to fly Spitfires, Hurricanes and Lancasters to the frontlines of World War II.    The women pilots of Air Transport Auxiliary came from all countries and backgrounds. Although not allowed into combat, they demonstrated astonishing bravery in their supporting role.

This is the incredible true story of a wartime sisterhood of women pilots: a group of courageous pioneers who took exceptional risks to fly Spitfires, Hurricanes and Lancasters to the frontlines of World War II. The women pilots of Air Transport Auxiliary came from all countries and backgrounds. Although not allowed into combat, they demonstrated astonishing bravery in their supporting role.

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