img Dwight D. Eisenhower speaking with Turkish Major General Feyzi Monguk (ddr-njpa-1-231)
Caption on reverse: "American and Turkish Generals Meet in North Africa. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower (left), Commander-in-Chief in North Africa, confers with Maj. Gen. Feyzi Monguk of a Turkish military mission at Allied headquarters in North Africa. Approved by appropriate U.S. authority."
img Nisei soldier digging a trench (ddr-densho-114-47)
Original caption: North Africa Theater. Pvt. Fred (Angel) Ogata, Pahala, Hawaii, digs a slit trench. He is Japanese in the U.S. Army. 1943.
img Dwight D. Eisenhower (ddr-njpa-1-226)
Caption on reverse: "Victorious Allied Commander in North Africa. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, U.S. Army, commander-in-chief of the victorious French, British and American forces in North Africa, is pictured at his headquarters. Approved by appropriate U.S. authority. 9474-P"
img Dwight D. Eisenhower saluting (ddr-njpa-1-222)
Caption on reverse: "Eisenhower Salutes. Lieut. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower of the U.S. Army, Commander-in-Chief of Allied operations in North Africa, salutes during a parade in Algiers, 6361-P. Not for use in British Isles."
img Nisei soldier (ddr-densho-114-18)
Original caption: North Africa Theater. S/Sgt. Wallace Maeda, supply sergeant of Company F, 2nd Battalion, 133rd Infantry Regiment. Sergeant Maeda, a Japanese in the U.S. Army, served two years in the U.S. Army before Pearl Harbor. 1943.
img Major General Jimmy Doolittle pinning Major Wade C. Walles with the Distinguished Flying Cross (ddr-njpa-1-187)
Caption on reverse: "Decoration for American Fighter Squadron Commander. Major General James H. Doolittle (left), commander of the 12th U.S. Army Air Force in Africa, pins the Distinguished Flying Cross on Major Wade C. Walles. Major Walles commands a fighter squadrom in North Africa."
img Nisei soldiers eating (ddr-densho-114-44)
Original caption: North Africa Theater. Japanese soldiers in the U.S. Army, are eating chow in the field, using a pan for a stove, L to R: Capt. Victor J. Bonin, Lowell, Mass., and Hilo, Hawaii; Pfc. Morio Kidani, Honolulu; and Pfc. Yasuo Takenouchi, Kapaa, Kauai. 1943.
img Franklin D. Roosevelt on a plane with Captain Otis Bryan (ddr-njpa-1-1649)
Caption on reverse: "President Roosevelt flies 16,965 miles. The first American President to fly while holding office, Franklin D. Roosevelt is seen in a happy mood aboard a Clipper crossing the Atlantic. With him is Captain Otis Bryan of the Air Transport Command, who flew the President into the combat zone in North Africa on ...