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US Marine mortar team, Iwo Jima, Japan, 1945US Marine Private Francis Hall and his Doberman war dog, Iwo Jima, Japan, Mar 1945Waffen-SS soldiers near the end of the war. Camouflage uniforms are clearly shown. The rifle the soldier is holding is the Sturmgewehr 44.Overlooking Motoyama Airfield, Iwo Jima, Japan, 4 Mar 1945; note US Marine with M1 Carbine, Type 96 anti-aircraft mount, and the first B-29 to land on Iwo Jima
US Marine mortar team, Iwo Jima, Japan, 1945US Marine Private Francis Hall and his Doberman war dog, Iwo Jima, Japan, Mar 1945Waffen-SS soldiers near the end of the war. Camouflage uniforms are clearly shown. The rifle the soldier is holding is the Sturmgewehr 44.Overlooking Motoyama Airfield, Iwo Jima, Japan, 4 Mar 1945; note US Marine with M1 Carbine, Type 96 anti-aircraft mount, and the first B-29 to land on Iwo Jima
Crew of a 40mm quad anti-aircraft machine gun mount of Alaska loaded clips into the loaders of the left pair of guns, off Iwo Jima, 6 Mar 1945Private G. Mills of British 2nd Gloucestershire Regiment with a PIAT launcher, northwestern Europe, 6 Mar 1945M4 Sherman tank fitted with a bulldozer blade supporting US Marine infantry on Iwo Jima, 9 Mar 1945.German Volkssturm troops with Panzerfäuste at a roadblock in Berlin, Germany, 10 Mar 1945
Crew of a 40mm quad anti-aircraft machine gun mount of Alaska loaded clips into the loaders of the left pair of guns, off Iwo Jima, 6 Mar 1945Private G. Mills of British 2nd Gloucestershire Regiment with a PIAT launcher, northwestern Europe, 6 Mar 1945M4 Sherman tank fitted with a bulldozer blade supporting US Marine infantry on Iwo Jima, 9 Mar 1945.German Volkssturm troops with Panzerfäuste at a roadblock in Berlin, Germany, 10 Mar 1945
13 Mar 1945 photo of the Essex-class carrier USS Randolph with damage to her flight deck as the result of a Japanese Yokosuka P1Y Ginga Private First Class H. L. Miles and Corporal C. V. Corley of US Marines rested during a lull in battle, Iwo Jima, Japan, 15 Mar 1945This Japanese soldier played dead for almost two days half buried in a shell hole holding a live grenade. Promising no resistance, he was given a cigarette before being removed from the hole, Iwo Jima, Mar 16, 1945Carrier Franklin
13 Mar 1945 photo of the Essex-class carrier USS Randolph with damage to her flight deck as the result of a Japanese Yokosuka P1Y Ginga Private First Class H. L. Miles and Corporal C. V. Corley of US Marines rested during a lull in battle, Iwo Jima, Japan, 15 Mar 1945This Japanese soldier played dead for almost two days half buried in a shell hole holding a live grenade. Promising no resistance, he was given a cigarette before being removed from the hole, Iwo Jima, Mar 16, 1945Carrier Franklin's after 5-inch/38 caliber gun mounting burning as result of bomb hit, off Japan, 19 Mar 1945; photograph taken from cruiser Santa Fe
Explosions continue to rock the listing carrier USS Franklin after a Japanese bomb detonated in the hangar deck and ignited the armed and fueled aircraft there, 19 Mar 1945. Seen from the cruiser Santa Fe.Franklin listing and afire after being hit by two bombs, off Japan, 19 Mar 1945; photograph taken from cruiser Santa FeThe carrier Franklin burning and listing badly after bomb hits aft set off more bombs and fueled aircraft, 19 Mar 1945. Note burning fuel pouring off the hangar deck and dislodged forward elevator.The splash close aboard the port side of USS Essex was caused by a Japanese D4Y Suisei dive bomber that crossed over the flight deck forward of the island before dropping into the sea, 19 Mar 1945
Explosions continue to rock the listing carrier USS Franklin after a Japanese bomb detonated in the hangar deck and ignited the armed and fueled aircraft there, 19 Mar 1945. Seen from the cruiser Santa Fe.Franklin listing and afire after being hit by two bombs, off Japan, 19 Mar 1945; photograph taken from cruiser Santa FeThe carrier Franklin burning and listing badly after bomb hits aft set off more bombs and fueled aircraft, 19 Mar 1945. Note burning fuel pouring off the hangar deck and dislodged forward elevator.The splash close aboard the port side of USS Essex was caused by a Japanese D4Y Suisei dive bomber that crossed over the flight deck forward of the island before dropping into the sea, 19 Mar 1945
USS Franklin burning and listing after being hit by a Japanese bomb off Japan, 19 Mar 1945. Note firefighting water pouring off the hangar deck into the sea. Photo taken from USS Santa Fe.40mm Bofors gunnery drills aboard USS Makin Island, 21 Mar 1945, prior to the Okinawa CampaignLouis Mountbatten addressing men of British Royal Armoured Corps, Mandalay, Burma, 21 Mar 1945Ordnancemen aboard USS Hancock adjusting fins on 5-inch HVAR rocket motors, 21 Mar 1945.
USS Franklin burning and listing after being hit by a Japanese bomb off Japan, 19 Mar 1945. Note firefighting water pouring off the hangar deck into the sea. Photo taken from USS Santa Fe.40mm Bofors gunnery drills aboard USS Makin Island, 21 Mar 1945, prior to the Okinawa CampaignLouis Mountbatten addressing men of British Royal Armoured Corps, Mandalay, Burma, 21 Mar 1945Ordnancemen aboard USS Hancock adjusting fins on 5-inch HVAR rocket motors, 21 Mar 1945.

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