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With the exception of three color posters (indicated by an asterisk following the identification number), all of the pictures in this list are available only as black-and-white reproductions.
Inquiries about other World War II pictures that may be part of National Archives holdings should be submitted separately to the Still Picture Branch.
Black Americans recognized the paradox of fighting a world war for the "four freedoms" while being subjected to prejudicial practices in the United States. Massacre Bay, Attu, Aleutian Islands." May 20, 1943.
Conversely, information was sometimes added to help the reader understand a caption.
Within an original caption, this additional material appears in brackets. If the photographers, artists, locations, or dates of the photograph were known, they also are listed.
The majority of the pictures were chosen from the records of the Army Signal Corps in Record Group (RG) 111, the Department of the Navy in RG 80, the Coast Guard in RG 26, the Marine Corps in RG 127, and the Office of War Information in RG 208.
The pictures are listed in the brochure first by the five branches of the military and then by subject headings entitled Merchant Marine, Women in the Military, Training, Rest and Relaxation, Personalities, and the Homefront.