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Clement Atlee, Harry Truman, and Josef Stalin at Potsdam. France was not invited to send a representative.
Women welders at Ingalls Shipbuilders in Pascagoula, Mississippi, 1943
Detroit Race Riot, 1943
Lunch counter sit in
Greensboro, NC, 1960
Eisenhower and other senior American officers tour a liberated concentration camp
Signing of the UN Charter, San Francisco, 1945
“Police Action” in Korea