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Аляска Вильяма Дрэпера (William F. Draper)

William F. Draper - Blizzard (1942) Savage arctic storms often swept down on Dutch Harbor, striking buildings with a wind nearing 100 miles an hour.
1. Blizzard (1942)
Savage arctic storms often swept down on Dutch Harbor, striking buildings with a wind nearing 100 miles an hour.

2. Sentinels of the North (1942)
Before the arctic backdrop of Mt. Tulik.
William F. Draper - Sentinels of the North (1942) Before the arctic backdrop of Mt. Tulik.

3. Nerve Center, Aleutian Base (1942)
William F. Draper - Nerve Center, Aleutian Base (1942)

4. Aleutian Morning: Otter Point (1942)
A cold Aleutian dawn breaks over Otter Point and the weird form of "ship's rock" thrusting up from Umnak Point like a petrified Flying Dutchman. Until 1942, Otter Point was a barren and uninhabited island, but then it became a major airbase, marked by communication lines and jeep tracks, dug-in Quonset huts and other signs of war
William F. Draper - Aleutian Morning: Otter Point (1942) A cold Aleutian dawn breaks over Otter Point and the weird form of ~ship's rock~ thrusting up from Umnak Point like a petrified Flying Dutchman. Until 1942, Otter Point was a barren and uninhabited island, but then it became a major airbase, marked by communication lines and jeep tracks, dug-in Quonset huts and other signs of war

5. Beach Barges (1942)
Barges landing on the black volcanic shore of Umnak.
William F. Draper - Beach Barges (1942) Barges landing on the black volcanic shore of Umnak.

6. Study of Machinist Marshall Lee Shepherd, USN. (1942)
William F. Draper - Study of Machinist Marshall Lee Shepherd, USN. (1942)

7. Tired Tigers - Umnak - Alaska (1942)
William F. Draper - Tired Tigers - Umnak - Alaska (1942)

8. Lieutenant Commander Samuel S. Walker USNR (1942)
Commanding officer of Otter Point Naval Air Facility.
William F. Draper - Lieutenant Commander Samuel S. Walker USNR (1942) Commanding officer of Otter Point Naval Air Facility.

9. Expansion - Adak (1942)
William F. Draper - Expansion - Adak (1942)

10. Pontoon Assembly - Aleutian Base (1942)
William F. Draper - Pontoon Assembly - Aleutian Base (1942)

11. Rest In Peace (1942)
William F. Draper - Rest In Peace (1942)

12. Aleutian Landing (Beaching a Landing Boat) (1942)
William F. Draper - Aleutian Landing (Beaching a Landing Boat) (1942)

13. Aleutian Home (Pitching the First Navy Tent) (1942)
Near the mushrooming Army encampment, the competent Seabees pitch the first Navy tent on the desolate northern tundra.
William F. Draper - Aleutian Home (Pitching the First Navy Tent) (1942) Near the mushrooming Army encampment, the competent Seabees pitch the first Navy tent on the desolate northern tundra.

14. Fireworks (1942)
The first Japanese raid on the island of Amchitka brings forth a frantic burst of anti-aircraft fire. In this picture, a 37mm gun adjacent to the mess tent spits out a stream of lead at the invader, while his bombs explode geyser-like in the harbor.
William F. Draper - Fireworks (1942) The first Japanese raid on the island of Amchitka brings forth a frantic burst of anti-aircraft fire. In this picture, a 37mm gun adjacent to the mess tent spits out a stream of lead at the invader, while his bombs explode geyser-like in the harbor.

15. Frozen Sunlight-Amchitka (1942)
Beyond the tents which house Army personnel is the drained lake bottom where the construction of the fighter strip progresses the day to day.
William F. Draper - Frozen Sunlight-Amchitka (1942) Beyond the tents which house Army personnel is the drained lake bottom where the construction of the fighter strip progresses the day to day.

16. War and Peace (Ack-Ack fire Near A Russian-Aleut Grave) (1942)
The peace of an Aleut grave, marked by a Russian Orthodox Cross, is shattered by the staccato barking of a 50-caliber gun as it unleashes a barrage of bullets at attacking Japanese planes.
William F. Draper - War and Peace (Ack-Ack fire Near A Russian-Aleut Grave) (1942) The peace of an Aleut grave, marked by a Russian Orthodox Cross, is shattered by the staccato barking of a 50-caliber gun as it unleashes a barrage of bullets at attacking Japanese planes.

17. Blizzard Captain Francis J. Mckenna, USN (1942)
Senior Officer Present at Amchitak Landing Operations.
William F. Draper - Blizzard Captain Francis J. Mckenna, USN (1942) Senior Officer Present at Amchitak Landing Operations.

18. Chess by Lamplight (1942)
William F. Draper - Chess by Lamplight (1942)

19. Adak Harbor (1942)
William F. Draper - Adak Harbor (1942)

20. Transport Galley (1943)
On board the USS St. Mihiel the galley of a transport ship where the chief cook and his mates feed the masses.
William F. Draper - Transport Galley (1943) On board the USS St. Mihiel the galley of a transport ship where the chief cook and his mates feed the masses.

21. Fighter and Freighter - Kodiak, Alaska (1942)
William F. Draper - Fighter and Freighter - Kodiak, Alaska (1942)

22. Kodiak Quarters (1942)
William F. Draper - Kodiak Quarters (1942)

23. Kodiak, Hanger (1942)
William F. Draper - Kodiak, Hanger (1942)

24. A Warrior Homeward Bound (1944)
This wounded Marine, a casualty of the assault wave on the beaches of Guam, is tenderly hoisted by his comrades from an LVT to an LST where he will receive the best of care from Navy doctors.
William F. Draper - A Warrior Homeward Bound (1944) This wounded Marine, a casualty of the assault wave on the beaches of Guam, is tenderly hoisted by his comrades from an LVT to an LST where he will receive the best of care from Navy doctors.

25. Inferno (1944)
In the village of Charou Kanan, Saipan, the sugar mill became an inferno on D-Day.
William F. Draper - Inferno (1944) In the village of Charou Kanan, Saipan, the sugar mill became an inferno on D-Day.

26. Waiting (1944)
Aboard a transport bound for Guam, Marines make themselves at home.
William F. Draper - Waiting (1944) Aboard a transport bound for Guam, Marines make themselves at home.

27.Hangar Deck of Carrier (Palau Strike Series) (1944)
Preparing for a Strike on Palau in the Pacific Ocean.
William F. Draper - Hangar Deck of Carrier (Palau Strike Series) (1944) Preparing for a Strike on Palau in the Pacific Ocean.

28. Radioman R.K. Mulligan, U.S.N. - Aleutians (1942)
This portrait of Radioman R. K. Mulligan was drawn at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, Naval Air Station in November 1942.
William F. Draper - Radioman R.K. Mulligan, U.S.N. - Aleutians (1942) This portrait of Radioman R. K. Mulligan was drawn at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, Naval Air Station in November 1942.

29. Awaiting Convoy (1942)
Here merchantmen and freighters await a convoy escort in the protected waters of Dutch Harbor.
William F. Draper - Awaiting Convoy (1942) Here merchantmen and freighters await a convoy escort in the protected waters of Dutch Harbor.

30. Sub and Yippy Tie Up (1942)
In a quiet inlet of the Bering Sea, a YP Boat gets a coat of paint and a sub ties up for fuel and provisions.
William F. Draper - Sub and Yippy Tie Up (1942) In a quiet inlet of the Bering Sea, a YP Boat gets a coat of paint and a sub ties up for fuel and provisions.

31. Windstruck (1942)
The violent force of a typical Aleutian storm is demonstrated by this PBY thrown on its back, broken and helpless.
William F. Draper - Windstruck (1942) The violent force of a typical Aleutian storm is demonstrated by this PBY thrown on its back, broken and helpless.

32. Communications Officer of PC-486 (1942)
William F. Draper - Communications Officer of PC-486 (1942)

33. Seaman 1/C Claude Branch, USN (1942)
William F. Draper - Seaman 1/C Claude Branch, USN (1942)

34. Gaston Hensley - Lieutenant, U.S.A. (1942)
An Army pilot of a P-40, in the Aleutians.
William F. Draper - Gaston Hensley - Lieutenant, U.S.A. (1942) An Army pilot of a P-40, in the Aleutians.

35. Lieutenant Dryton Cochran USNR Captain of PC 486 (1942)
William F. Draper - Lieutenant Dryton Cochran USNR Captain of PC 486 (1942)

36. Arctic Vigil; A 37MM Emplacement (1942)
William F. Draper - Arctic Vigil; A 37MM Emplacement (1942)

37. Rear Admiral Aaron Stanton Merrill (Wed, Apr 04, 1945)
Circa 1945-45, while Director of Public Relations.
William F. Draper - Rear Admiral Aaron Stanton Merrill (Wed, Apr 04, 1945) Circa 1945-45, while Director of Public Relations.

38. Pilots At Play - Umnak, Alaska (1942)
In a crowded Yukatat hut, Ltjg. Dillon to the left, Lt. Brooks above, and Ltjg. Sullivan relax after an arduous day's flight.
William F. Draper - Pilots At Play - Umnak, Alaska (1942) In a crowded Yukatat hut, Ltjg. Dillon to the left, Lt. Brooks above, and Ltjg. Sullivan relax after an arduous day's flight.

39. Hangar Deck of Carrier (Palau Strike Series) (1944)
Preparing for a Strike on Palau in the Pacific Ocean.
William F. Draper - Hangar Deck of Carrier (Palau Strike Series) (1944) Preparing for a Strike on Palau in the Pacific Ocean.
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