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U.S. Army Signal Corps, Bell & Howell 35mm Eyemo 71-Q (PH-330-G) motion picture camera used during World War II. (focus finder/ winding side)

Army Signal Corps, Bell & Howell Eyemo motion picture camera used during World War II.

U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer Lt. Martin Lederhandler, attached to the 165th Signal Photographic Company with his 35mm Leica III camera somewhere in Germany, 1945.

Martin Lederhandler, attached to the Signal Photographic Company with his Leica III camera somewhere in Germany,

U.S. Army Signal Corps, Bell & Howell 35mm Eyemo 71-Q (PH-330-G) motion picture camera used during World War II. (viewfinder side)

Army Signal Corps, Bell & Howell Eyemo motion picture camera used during World War II.

Tech/Sgt. Val C. Pope (Army Serial No 19099518) from Los Angeles, California served with a U.S. Army Signal Corps company during World War II.

Val C. Pope (Army Serial No from Los Angeles, California served with a U. Army Signal Corps company during World War II.

Val C. Pope served with a U.S. Army Signal Corps during World War II. He was one of the first combat cameramen to make it ashore on D-Day. He landed on Omaha Beach sometime during the morning of June 6th. Armed only with a movie camera, Val set about capturing the chaos on Omaha as it unfolded around them including rescue of several drowning GI’s. whose landing craft had been hit by enemy fire

Val C. Pope served with a U. Army Signal Corps company during World War II. He was one of the first combat cameramen to make it ashore on D-Day. He landed on Omaha Beach with still photographer Walter Rosenblum sometime during the morning of June

U.S. Army Signal Corps PH-324 Kodak 35 rangefinder camera without the leather case and neck strap. This one has the nomenclature plate on front of the camera showing the serial number 3615 and dating the camera to 1944.

U.S. Army Signal Corps PH-324 Kodak 35 rangefinder camera without the leather case and neck strap. This one has the nomenclature plate on front of the camera showing the serial number 3615 and dating the camera to 1944.

U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer Edmund Burke O'Connell, a motion picture photographer attached with the 196th Signal Photographic Company with his Bell & Howell 35mm Eyemo 71-Q motion picture camera during the Battle of the Bulge, Dec. 1944.

Army Signal Corps photographer Edmund Burke O'Connell, a motion picture photographer attached with the Signal Photographic Company with his Bell Howell Eyemo motion picture camera during the Battle of the Bulge, Dec.

US Signal Corps Graflex Olive coloured

Graflex SIGNAL CORPS U.S. ARMY CAMERA, STILL PICTURE KE-12(1) OLIVE DRAB Graphic

U.S. Army Signal Corps, Bell & Howell 35mm Eyemo 71-Q (PH-330-G) motion picture camera used during World War II. (placed in its original case with accessories.)

Army Signal Corps, Bell & Howell Eyemo motion picture camera used during World War II. (placed in its original case with accessories.

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