11. Salt mine vault.
Salt mine vault where Nazis hid Reichsbank gold, SS loot, and Berlin Museum paintings. Captured by the 3rd U.S. Army in April 1945.
12. Anti-war protestors from University of California, Berkeley. July 4, 1969.
13. P-51 pilot in WWII.
Escorted bombers in the Pacific and strafed trains in Japan, 1944.
14. A French soldier.
His face was mutilated in World War I and being fitted with a mask made at the American Red Cross studio of Anna Coleman Ladd, 1918.
15. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels sharing a moment at the Berghof, 1943.
16. Sergeant Alojzy Piórkowski (41 years old) and his 14 years old son Ferdynand.
They are gathering wood in the mountainous area of the Italian Front, 1944.
17. The first Sikorsky S70 helicopter manned by Turkish pilots doing a loop.
Legend says that the engineers who designed the helicopter challenged pilots all over the world to do a loop with it and that the Turkish ones were the only ones crazy enough to actually try it, 1990.
18. Ottoman III Corps HQ in Gallipoli. Commanded by Esat Pasha. 1915.
19. Harry Yount.
Harry Yount, Civil War veteran, mountain man, wildnerness guide and considered to be the Father of the US Park Ranger Service.