Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling at Cairo, Egypt, Nov 1943, photo 1 of 4Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling at Cairo, Egypt, Nov 1943, photo 2 of 4Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling, Cairo, Egypt, Nov 1943, photo 3 of 4Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling, Cairo, Egypt, Nov 1943, photo 4 of 4
Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling at Cairo, Egypt, Nov 1943, photo 1 of 4Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling at Cairo, Egypt, Nov 1943, photo 2 of 4Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling, Cairo, Egypt, Nov 1943, photo 3 of 4Chiang Kaishek, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Song Meiling, Cairo, Egypt, Nov 1943, photo 4 of 4
Colonel Merritt Edson and Colonel David Shoup met over Betio tactics, Tarawa Atoll, 23 Nov 1943Map depicting the invasion of Makin and Tarawa Atolls, Gilbert Islands, 20-23 Nov 1943Men and supplies on the beach of Betio, Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, late Nov 1943US Marine 75mm howitzer team, Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, 20-23 Nov 1943
Colonel Merritt Edson and Colonel David Shoup met over Betio tactics, Tarawa Atoll, 23 Nov 1943Map depicting the invasion of Makin and Tarawa Atolls, Gilbert Islands, 20-23 Nov 1943Men and supplies on the beach of Betio, Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, late Nov 1943US Marine 75mm howitzer team, Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, 20-23 Nov 1943
US Marines at Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, late Nov 1943US Marines on the landing beach at Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, late Nov 1943
US Marines at Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, late Nov 1943US Marines on the landing beach at Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, late Nov 1943


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