Are WWII photos worth anything?

June 19, 2019 Off By idswater

Are WWII photos worth anything?

Autographed photos of General Eisenhower, General Patton and General MacArthur. Signed pictures of these famed generals dating to World War II can be worth thousands of dollars apiece. Autographed Patton photos can bring as much as $10,000.

What is the most famous photo of ww2?

Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima
Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima (1945) This photo by Joe Rosenthal of the American flag being planted on Iwo Jima may be the Second World War’s most iconic photo. Fifty years after the picture was taken, the Associated Press wrote that it may be the world’s most widely reproduced.

What can I do with old World war 2 photos?

If you possess any authentic photographs from World War II, we invite you to consider donating them to the Museum where they can tell the story of the war for future generations. You may learn more about what we seek and how to donate here.

Are bodies from ww2 still being found?

(AP) — Human remains found in a cemetery in Belgium have been identified as those of a U.S. Army sergeant from Connecticut who went missing in Germany during World War II, U.S. officials announced Thursday. …

Can you sell WW2 medals?

It is illegal to buy, sell, barter, or manufacture any decorations or medals authorized by Congress for the United States armed forces. In General.

How often are WW2 bombs found?

Every year, an estimated 2,000 tons of World War II munitions are found in Germany, at times requiring the evacuation of tens of thousands of residents from their homes. In Berlin alone, 1.8 million pieces of ordnance have been defused since 1947.

Where did all the bodies from WW2 go?

When the war ended, graves registration soldiers still had work to do—scouring battlefields for hastily buried bodies that had been overlooked. In the European Theater, the bodies were scattered over 1.5 million square miles of territory; in the Pacific, they were scattered across numerous islands and in dense jungles.