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832-397143 - War memorial to the fallen of the 1st World War at the Place de la Liberte, medieval old town of Domfront, Domfront en Poiraie, department of Orne, Normandy region, France, Europe
685-1994 - Statue by Tom Murphy, of Captain Frederick John Walker, noted World War II British Royal Navy officer, anti-submarine warfare commander and namesake for the whisky, near Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom, Europe
817-455472 - Shoo Shoo Baby is the name of a B-17 Flying Fortress in World War II, preserved and on public display. A B-17G-35-BO, serial number 42-32076, and manufactured by Boeing, it was named by her crew for a song of the same name made popular by The Andrews Sisters, the favorite song of its crew chief T/Sgt. Hank Cordes. Photographs of the bomber indicate that a third 'Shoo' was added to the name at some point in May 1944 when the original aircraft commander completed his tour of duty and was replaced by another pilot.