National Geographic : 1946 Feb
© National Geographic Society 2,000-pounders Become "Easter Specials" for Germany Armorers, seated under the tail of a B-24 Liberator in Italy, worked with paint and brushes to color "eggs" tagged for the enemy's factories. Italian based heavies struck repeatedly at the Ploesti, Romania, refining center, which produced about a third of the enemy's fuel. Kodachromes, U.S.Army Air Forces, Official An Airman Prays Before Flying into Battle Americans of the 96th Bombardment Group restored this chapel with their own money in appreciation of thehospitality shown them bythe people of Quidenham, England, near their base. The stained-glass window honors lost group members. Several Yank airmen were married toEnglish girls here.