Wounded sailors being taken off of USS Marblehead, Tjilatjap, Java, Dutch East Indies, 4 Feb 1942; seen in Jul 1963 issue of US Navy publication All Hands

Caption   Wounded sailors being taken off of USS Marblehead, Tjilatjap, Java, Dutch East Indies, 4 Feb 1942; seen in Jul 1963 issue of US Navy publication All Hands ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 6 Jan 2015

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1. mardiharjo says:
28 Apr 2016 11:59:01 PM

Sampai awal tahun 70 an masih banyak bangkai kapal di sekitar pelabuhan Cilacap.Bersamaan dengan berdirinya kilang minyak Cilacap bangkai kapal tersebut dibersihkan.Saya tidak tahu apakah bangkai-bangkai kapal tersebut didokumentasi dan diidentifikasi dengan baik .Sayang sekali kalau tidak.Di halaman Setasiun Kereta Api Cilacap ada tugu peringatan dan tiang -tiang beton bekas pengeboman masih terpancang sayang kurang terawat.Tahun enam puluhan saya sering menggembala kambing di tempat tersebut tanpa mengerti mengapa banyak tiang beton pada gosong.

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