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A close up view of a US Air Force B-2 Spirit Bomber from 509th Bomb Wing, Whiteman AFB, MO being refueled by the boom and refueling arm of a KC-10 Extender aircraft. The image was taken from the Boom Operators position

Bombing bomb destruction.

Fire explosion danger.

Hiroshima war nuclear, architecture buildings.

History bomb cannon, places monuments.

B-52 jet engine aviation.

Cannon weapon war, places monuments.

Bomb castle middle ages.

Boeing b17 england.

Car bomb fire bomb car accident, transportation traffic.

Bomb explosions war.

Explosion grenade shelling, nature landscapes.

Fighter jet jet jet fighter.

Aeroplane fly lancaster, science technology.

Fireworks sparklers bank, emotions.

Hone's view of the Regent's bomb, now uncovered, ...

bomb from "Histoire religieuse, monarchique, militaire et littéraire de la Révolution Française, et de l'Empire, depuis la première assemblée des Notables en 1787, jusqu'au 20 Avril, 1814, etc"

The light house and bomb proofs of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), S.C.

Inclined way and bomb proofs, Ft. Marion

"The first dynamite bomb thrown in America" May 4th, 1886. The personnel of the great anarchist trial at Chicago. Begun Monday June 21st 1886. Ended Friday, August 20th 1886

Pain's human bomb ... the master aeronaut, Louis Stevens, who descends by parachute

Anarchists - Police searching Max Dolinger after bomb throwing in Anarchist riot. Union Sq., New York

Anarchists - Police searching Max Dolinger after bomb throwing in Anarchist riot, Union Sq., New York

Police and crowd at scene after bomb explosion, Union Square, anarchist riot, New York

Police search Max Dolinger after bomb throwing, Union Square, anarchist riot, New York

[Anarchists - casualties of anarchist riot, Union Square] Taken 20 seconds after bomb thrown.

Bank hurt by bomb, 11/6/15

Bank hurt by bomb

Taking no risks with enemy duds

One night's rations for a bombing squadron

Army chaplain conducts a service from the cockpit of an aeroplane, France, during World War I

Paris -- Roof on Notre Dame struck by bomb

Paris Printer's, wrecked by aviator's bomb

Exploding German bomb in river. Le Sart, France

N.Y. house wrecked by Caron bomb

Effect of a German bomb dropped up a British Military hospital

Aerial photograph showing destruction caused by German bomb being dropped on British hospital in France

Wreck of German airplane with bomb. Ravetsburg Camp. Ypres Salient and area

Where bomb fell in Rue Des Recollets

Where bomb exploded

It is far better to face the bullets than to be killed at home by a bomb. Join the army at once & help to stop an air raid. God save the king / Andrew Reid & Co., Ltd., 50, Grey Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Where bomb exploded

House where bomb was made

Attaching bomb to German Aeroplane

Chemical Warfare Service - Equipment - Miscellaneous - Incendiary drop bomb Mark II

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - California - Market Street, San Francisco, California. On day of preparedness parade, June 22, 1916, which bomb was thrown. Mo1y Case

A bridge across a hole excavated by an aerial bomb.

Balloons - Equipment - Balloons. Ensign Standing by aerial bomb weighing 250 pounds. The U Type Dirigible carries six of these

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Twin Engine Dirigible C-1 N.O. 3509, showing starboard bomb racks

Airplanes - Ordnance - Gun mounts. Ordnance Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. 1049 N.A.F. C-1 boat, side bow view, showing H.A. bomb sight, directing bomb sigh and Lewis gun. Naval Aircraft Factory

Airplanes - Ordnance - Airplanes and parts manufactured for government use. 5-L Hull, top view, showing Peirce Turret Ring, Scarf gun mount and bomb sight. At Naval Aircraft factory, Philadelphia, PA. U.S. Navy Department

Rigged as a sailing-boat: a German submarine submerging, sails and all, to avoid a British seaplane's bomb

Dressing station post at Dommartin, buildings on the side of the hill have enormous bomb-proof dugouts back of them built by the Germans ; View of the valley ; Church at Dommartin, struck by a shell, while being used as an Ambulance dressing station ; An unexploded German bomb.

Chemical Warfare Service - Equipment - Miscellaneous - Gas bomb shell manufactured by the Erie Malleable Iron Co., Erie, Pennsylvania

Colleges and Universities - Miscellaneous - Students of University of Oregon practicing bomb throwing. Eugene, Oregon

Colleges and Universities - Texas Agricultural and Mechanic College - Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. Airplane instruction, bomb location

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Crater caused by an American bomb. Taken at Langley Field showing the wide crater made by a certain type of bomb released by an aeroplane

Airplanes - Historical - British torpedo carrying airplane. Plane in the act of dropping a bomb- at the time of the cessation of hostilities England had a number of these torpedo carrying aeroplanes completed and ready for use

Airplanes - Ordnance - Gun mounts. Ordnance Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. F-5-l No. 1, nose view, showing scarf mount gun and pilot's directing bomb sight. Naval Aircraft Factory

Chemical Warfare Service - Equipment - Miscellaneous - Chemical Warfare Service; Editorial Division under Dr. W. D. Bancroft. German trench mortar gas bomb (9 cm)

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - American Red Cross Workers help during Pairs Aid Raid. An American Red Cross ambulance on the job after a raid on Paris by Boche planes. The ambulance workers are standing ready while rescuers are digging victims from the ruins of a building demolished by a bomb by one of the raiders. April. 1918

War views of Neby Samuel (Mizpah). Unexploded bomb in the Crusader wall of the mosque.

Airplanes - Types - English Aviation Camp on Aisne Front, France. English Handley-Page bombing plane with two Rolls-Royce motors, just before departing to bomb enemy lines. It has generally been used for night bombing, but has also been used for day bombing

Tell el-Ful battlefield, etc. Turk killed in the act of throwing a bomb.

American Red Cross - Vehicles - With the American Red Cross workers in Italy. Group of American Red Cross workers at an advanced dressing station near the Italian front. The bomb proof cellar shown at the left, is frequently needed when the Austrian aviators, flying over the lines try to bomb the buildings

Attack of Englsih flyer on the open city of Freiburg. Remains of an English incendiary bomb. April 14, 1917

Concrete bomb proof dugouts of the German Army operating in the Argonne Forest; behind front line positions, east of Le Four de Paris

Palmer house after bomb explosion

[Group of people in front of home of Alexander Mitchell Palmer, after bomb explosion]

[Aftermath of bomb damage?]

Bodies of a few of those killed in Wall Street bomb outrage ... a bomb is said to have been exploded in the office of J.P. Morgan & Co. at Broad and Wall Streets killing at least 15 and injuring hundreds ... / / Underwood & Underwood.

Crowd after Wall Street bomb outrage today ... one of the mobs which pushed everywhere trying to get word of friends or relatives following the bomb explosion in the office of J.P. Morgan & Co. at Broad and Wall Streets which killed at least 15 and injured hundreds ... / / Underwood & Underwood.

Wall St. bomb

Wall St. bomb

Wall St. bomb

Wall St. bomb

Wall St. bomb

Wall St. bomb

At close grips with the Hun, we bomb the corkshaffer's, etc.

First radio vacuum tube. Carl W. Mitman, Curator of Engineering, US Nat'l Museum, holding what is believed to be the 1st radio tube. It was made in 1898 by D. Mefarlan Moore of NY. Radio waves emanating from this tube ignited a bomb a city block away and blew up a miniature of the Battleship Maine

Pan-American Producing Co. fireworks factory. Loading of bomb shells with stars and high explosives

Bomb explodes on humpback. Explosion of bomb on head of harpoon marks the end of the trail for another humpbacker. The manila line may be seen, but the force of the explosion has hidden the whale

Harpoon hits humpback whale. The humpback whale has just been hit by the harpoon, and the bomb on the harpoon head has exploded. The gunner who fired the shot is shown in the foreground. The twisting of six-inch manila line attached to harpoon indicates the force of the impact

Palestine disturbances 1936. Soldiers & police investigating a bomb explosion close to the District Commissioner's office

Jack Galloway and Lizzie, Wilcannia, NSW, between 1935-1937 / photographer Reverend Edward ("Ted") Alexander Roberts

Disturbance. Attack on an Arab buss [i.e., bus] July 4, 1938. Casualties by bomb explosion

Aug. 26, day of big bomb in Jaffa. Military search for arms. Black Watch at Citadel with machine gun car, searching busses [i.e., buses] [Jerusalem]

Aug. 26, day of big bomb in Jaffa. Military search for arms. Black Watch at Citadel, closer up [Jerusalem]

Citadel area at Jaffa Gate under military patrol during court rehearsal on Aug 22, '38 of bomb incident on July 8

Aug. 26, day of big bomb in Jaffa. Military search for arms. Black Watch at Citadel [Jerusalem]

An experimental scale model of the B-25 plane is prepared for wind tunnel tests in the plant of the North American Aviation, Inc., Inglewood, Calif. The model maker holds an exact miniature reproduction of the type of bomb the plane will carry. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 bomber used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Aircraft. Naval. The Navy's SBD light dive bomber is the counterpart of the Army's A-24 (Dauntless) with the differences that adapt it to Navy requirements. This Douglas plane is equipped with slotted wing flaps to decrease air speed and obtain greater bombing accuracy. It is more maneuverable than the German Stuka and is capable of carrying heavier bomb loads

It was workers such as these Chinese peasants who finally seem to have convinced the Janpaese that aerial bombing alone will never halt traffic over the Bruma Road. As soon as a bomb falls, or as soon as a cloudburst washes out a section of this miraculous road, hundreds of Chinese peasants are somehow immediately on hand to repair the damage and keep the vital supplies moving on to the Chinese armies and guerrilla forces, which have been bearing the weight of the fight against fascism for years longer than any European nation

[Bikini attol (in the Pacific ocean). Aerial view of clouds raised by test explosion of an atomic bomb]

Aircraft. Army. A Flying Fortress (B-17) bomber discharging a bomb on an enemy target. The Flying Fortress, recognized as one of the outstanding planes of the war, has performed with great credit in the South Pacific, over Germany and elsewhere. It has proved its ability to fight off enemy aircraft as well as to inflict and absorb punishment on long-range, high-altitude bombing missions

Aircraft. Naval. The Navy's SBD light dive bomber is the counterpart of the Army's A-24 (Dauntless) with the differences that adapt it to Navy requirements. This Douglas plane is equipped with slotted wing flaps to decrease air speed and obtain greater bombing accuracy. It is more maneuverable than the German Stuka and is capable of carrying heavier bomb loads

Victory Gardens--for family and country. A thriving Victory Garden--not on an island, but in a London bomb crater, close to Westminster Cathedral. Where the Nazi's sowed death, a Londoner and his wife have sown life-giving vegetables

Children in an English bomb shelter. British Information Service

8th Army in Tripoli. The British 8th Army supply column turns aside to avoid a bomb crater, lower left, in the road by Axis planes as a roadblock for the British in the Tripoli campaign

Director J. M. Landis, Office of Civilian Defense (center) shows how the sandbag with hand grip can be used as a face protector in fighting incendiary bomb. Left is Major General L. D. Gasser, head of Protection Division, Office of Civilian Defense. Constable Scott of London (right) holds one end of the bag