Media Category: WWII Tidbits

A collection of WWII images from the world wide web (WWW). These are pictures that drew my attention or are telling me a story that interests me.

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Zf622. Josefina “Joey” Guerrero, one of her outstanding feats as a guerrilla. This is a National WWII Museum at New Orleans image.

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Zf621. Josefina “Joey” Guerrero, from Outcast to Spy to Outcast: The War Hero with Hansen’s Disease. This is a National WWII Museum at New Orleans image. Diagnosed with Hansen’s disease and unable to access medication in Japanese-occupied Philippines, Josefina Guerrero decided to join the guerrilla movement and become a spy. Her disease allowed her to […]

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Zf620. Josefina “Joey” Guerrero: The Leper Spy of the Philippines. A book has been written about her and it is available on Amazon and perhaps at other venues. There is so much to learn about the people who experienced WWII. It is a passion of mine to learn more. I never heard about this spy, […]

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Zf624. The Carville Leprosarium, where Josefina “Joey” Guerrero was admitted to and healed. This is a National WWII Museum at New Orleans image.

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Zf623. The Tala Leprosarium in Novaliches, 15 miles north of Manila, where Josefina “Joey” Guerrero was admitted to. This is a National WWII Museum at New Orleans image.

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Zf619. This is a Google Image Search for sound detecting equipment.

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Zf618. Swedish soldiers operating an acoustic locator in 1940. This picture is from Wikipedia, look for the URL above.

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Zf617. Pre-World War II photograph of Japanese Emperor Shōwa (Hirohito) inspecting military acoustic locators mounted on 4-wheel carriages. This picture is from Wikipedia, look for the URL above.

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Zf616. T3 sound locator 1927. This picture is from Wikipedia, look for the URL above.

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Zf615. This is the description of the previous image # Zf 3; this is a PLANE DETECTOR HEARING DEVICE wire photo, dated 21th May 1940. John Duresky sent this and he said: Not exactly user-friendly. According to this wire photo it took at least three men to operate one of these hearing devices for planes.

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