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Topic: destroyer

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Chamunda, the Horrific Destroyer of Evil

Chamunda, the Horrific Destroyer of Evil

This is a fragment of a full-length sculpture portraying the ferocious Hindu goddess Kali in the form of Chamunda, an epithet derived from her act of decapitating the demons Chanda and Munda. Chamunda embodies ... more

Yamantaka, Destroyer of the God of Death

Yamantaka, Destroyer of the God of Death

This image of a wrathful protector of Buddhism would have been an awesome presence in the dimly lit interior of a Tibetan monastery. Yamantaka is a violent aspect of the Bodhisattva Manjushri, who assumes this ... more

Destroyer
Destroyer
A twelve-foot fir tree and its destroyer

A twelve-foot fir tree and its destroyer

Lumberjacks around tree, and 3 in cut in tree.

Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton on a destroyer

Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton on a destroyer

Photograph shows Sir Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton (1853-1947), a British Army general the deck of a ship with others. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

Scene aboard U.S. Destroyer in British waters

Scene aboard U.S. Destroyer in British waters

British Photographs of World War I

American destroyer in British waters preparing for the sea
Stern of U.S. Destroyer in a rough sea

Stern of U.S. Destroyer in a rough sea

British Photographs of World War I

British battleship towing destroyer

British battleship towing destroyer

Photograph shows the British battleship HMS Royal Oak, towing a topedo boat destroyer during World War I. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2015 and the Imperial War Museums website: www.iwm.org.uk/collections/... more

Wash day aboard a U.S. Destroyer off Queenstown, Ireland
Spray shield to straboard gun aboard U.S. Destroyer

Spray shield to straboard gun aboard U.S. Destroyer

British Photographs of World War I

Gun crew aboard U.S. Destroyer ready for action

Gun crew aboard U.S. Destroyer ready for action

British Photographs of World War I

Scene in ward room of a U.S. Destroyer at sea

Scene in ward room of a U.S. Destroyer at sea

British Photographs of World War I

Evening on the Atlantic as seen from U.S. Destroyer

Evening on the Atlantic as seen from U.S. Destroyer

British Photographs of World War I

Cook aboard a U.S. Destroyer in British waters

Cook aboard a U.S. Destroyer in British waters

British Photographs of World War I

U.S. torpedo Destroyer at Queenstown, Ireland

U.S. torpedo Destroyer at Queenstown, Ireland

British Photographs of World War I

U.S. Destroyer in rough sea

U.S. Destroyer in rough sea

British Photographs of World War I

Painters at work aboard U.S. Destroyer

Painters at work aboard U.S. Destroyer

British Photographs of World War I

Cook aboard a U.S. Destroyer preparing dinner

Cook aboard a U.S. Destroyer preparing dinner

British Photographs of World War I

Officers of U.S. Destroyer "Wadsworth"

Officers of U.S. Destroyer "Wadsworth"

British Photographs of World War I

Liberty loan drive aboard U.S. Destroyer

Liberty loan drive aboard U.S. Destroyer

British Photographs of World War I

Gun crew aboard U.S. Destroyer ready for action

Gun crew aboard U.S. Destroyer ready for action

British Photographs of World War I

Barber at work on deck of a U.S. Destroyer in British waters
Deck view on U.S. Destroyer

Deck view on U.S. Destroyer

British Photographs of World War I

Scene aboard U.S. Destroyer in British waters

Scene aboard U.S. Destroyer in British waters

British Photographs of World War I

Destroyer Number 2, Looking Southeast from Caisson

Destroyer Number 2, Looking Southeast from Caisson

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo, Railroad Track Work, West Side, Destroyer 1, Looking Northeast from Third and Dock Streets

Monthly Progress Photo, Railroad Track Work, West Side, Destroyer 1, L...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Repairs to Track and Repaving Alongside Destroyer 1, Looking North

Repairs to Track and Repaving Alongside Destroyer 1, Looking North

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Decorations - Medals - American - A star like this on the funnel of a torpedo boat destroyer indicates that it has sunk a submarine

Decorations - Medals - American - A star like this on the funnel of a ...

Date Taken: 8/1/1918 Photographer: Underwood and Underwood Decorations - Medals - American

The last man to leave the Otranto was Capt. C.A. Dixon, U.S. Army Medical Corps, of Akron, Oh. Dr. Dixon, who had been very active in ministering to the troops after the collision, was reluctant to leave the Otranto, but was ordered by the Commander to jump aboard the destroyer because his services as a doctor appeared to be direly needed, owing to the number of men who had been injured in jumping from the troopship to the deck of the destroyer. Photograph taken at Red Cross headquarters in Belfast, Ireland

The last man to leave the Otranto was Capt. C.A. Dixon, U.S. Army Medi...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: A.R.C. London. Group title: Personnel. Data: Lake Div. Central. Pa. Atlantic. New... more

This is destroyer 221 of the American fleet in Constantinople. These speedy boats are always ready for emergencies and in many cases have carried thousands of refugees from war stricken areas Mr. Carpenter enters the American Consulate in Constantinople.

This is destroyer 221 of the American fleet in Constantinople. These s...

Photographs show the USS Simpson (DD-221) which was part of the United States Naval Detachment in the eastern Mediterranean under the command of Rear Admiral Mark L. Bristol; and Frank Carpenter outside the do... more

M-10 tank destroyer. The M-10 "tank destroyer," shown in mass production at General Motors tank arsenal. Designed with sufficient speed and firepower to seek out and demolish any armed vehicle of the enemy. The new destroyer already has been tested in battle

M-10 tank destroyer. The M-10 "tank destroyer," shown in mass producti...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Image source: General Motors. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Divis... more

French Destroyer S-102 Fantasque After Overhaul

French Destroyer S-102 Fantasque After Overhaul

This photograph shows the French Destroyer S-102 Fantasque, which was overhauled at the US Naval Dry Dock. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

A violent explosion staggers Japanese destroyer escort frigate after bombing run by North American B-25's of Air Apaches Group off China Coast, April 6, 1945

A violent explosion staggers Japanese destroyer escort frigate after b...

Photograph by U.S. Army A.A.F. No. B-58114 AC. Ira Clarence Eaker Collection.

Photograph of a Tank Destroyer Crew Playing Craps While Awaiting Removal of a Road Block

Photograph of a Tank Destroyer Crew Playing Craps While Awaiting Remov...

Original caption: Awaiting removal of a road block on the road to Eisfeld, Germany, a tank destroyer crew whiles away the time shooting craps. 28th Division, U.S. Third Army, 4/12/45. Photographs of American Mi... more

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]

[Destroyer Escort E-5 Launched Near Toulon]

[Destroyer Escort E-5 Launched Near Toulon]

[Destroyer Escort E-5 Launched Near Toulon] - [FRA-6845 through FRA-6851]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort]

[Launching of "E-9" Destroyer Escort] - [FRA-7382 through FRA-7385]