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VIAF ID: 28904947 (Personal)

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"2D Lt. Robert Brown of Bellingham, Wash., taking it easy in a Jap camp chair and fanning himself with a Jap fan, led a platoon during the fight for Munda" Library of Congress/NACO
[American soldier, half-length portrait, seated, facing left] Library of Congress/NACO
[American soldier holding tattered Japanese flag, standing among rubble, probably in the Marshall Islands] Library of Congress/NACO
"Blasted pillbox is inspected by a leatherneck whose rifle is ready should a "dead" Jap prove to be alive" Library of Congress/NACO
"Clarence Terry, platoon leader from Arco, Idaho [cle]ans his nails with a trench knife after the Battle at Hastings Ridge" Library of Congress/NACO
Enewetok, Marshal[sic] Islanders introduce their kids to the Yanks Library of Congress/NACO
"Ervin Bonow's helmet after Jap grenade hit it ..." Library of Congress/NACO
"A Jap in the open--Wounded he was left behind as his fellow soldiers withdrew ..." Library of Congress/NACO
A light machine gunner peers through the sun-flecked jungle, trying to locate a target, but the Japs, only some 50 yards away, are quiet Library of Congress/NACO
"Moving in--The Japs on the beaches taken care of, these Marines march off to see what's up ahead" Library of Congress/NACO
One shot, 2004: Library of Congress/NACO
Operations against the Japanese on Arundel and Sagekarsa Islands Library of Congress/NACO
"PFC Fowler Hatley, Forney, Tex., was a construction worker as a civilian..." Library of Congress/NACO
PFC. Wiley Howington of Asheville, N.C., cleans the M1 he used in wiping out a Jap antiaircraft gun crew in a dugout at Munda Library of Congress/NACO
Pvt. James Newbrough of Monument, Colorado, probably saved his battalion when Japs tried a frontal assault. Sighting his machine gun ... Library of Congress/NACO
En route to the Marshalls, Sgt. Charles Blair of Vero Beach, Fla., sharpens edge of his combat knife Library of Congress/NACO
S/Sgt. LeRoy Norton, the ex-lumberjack from Bend, Oregon, who wiped out three Japanese in a machine-gun emplacement Library of Congress/NACO
"Sgt. Elmer McGlynn of Seattle, Wash., helped cut down six Japs with a BAR [Browning Automatic Rifle] when they tried to wipe out a machine gun covering his platoon's advance" Library of Congress/NACO
Soldiers of the Shamrock Battalion want to push ahead--Gilbert Islands, Makin Atoll Library of Congress/NACO
"Standing knee deep in salt water under the branches of a mango tree, a weapons company commander spots the bursts of mortar fire" Library of Congress/NACO
[This was no time to be choosey about the brand of your beer, the stuff happens to be Japanese] Library of Congress/NACO
"Twin-mounted dual-purpose naval guns were knocked out by shells before the first American troops landed" Library of Congress/NACO
"Two gunners get their light machine gun into place behind a fallen tree and wait to open up at the first sign of Japs in front of them" Library of Congress/NACO
Unusually sensitive photographs of American soldiers in combat action, a special selection for a memorial exhibition to Staff Sergeant John Bushemi Library of Congress/NACO

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