135 items in this album on 7 pages.

United States Army map showing all identified Japanese airfields within 300 miles of the Philippine island of Mindoro. This map was prepared as part of the Mindoro invasion plans, 15 Dec 1944.Task Force 38 operational track for Operation Gratitude into the South China Sea, Dec 30, 1944 through Jan 26, 1945.US map of the situation on Leyte, Philippine Islands, as of 31 Dec 1944Map depicting the campaign in the Philippine Islands, 13 Dec 1944-24 Jan 1945
United States Army map showing all identified Japanese airfields within 300 miles of the Philippine island of Mindoro. This map was prepared as part of the Mindoro invasion plans, 15 Dec 1944.Task Force 38 operational track for Operation Gratitude into the South China Sea, Dec 30, 1944 through Jan 26, 1945.US map of the situation on Leyte, Philippine Islands, as of 31 Dec 1944Map depicting the campaign in the Philippine Islands, 13 Dec 1944-24 Jan 1945
Map of major Pacific War engagements, 1942-1945Map of New Guinea, showing major coastal strategic regionsFour-part weather map of the South China Sea for Jan 7 to 10, 1945. Note daily positions of Task Force 38.Map of landing beaches in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 Jan 1945
Map of major Pacific War engagements, 1942-1945Map of New Guinea, showing major coastal strategic regionsFour-part weather map of the South China Sea for Jan 7 to 10, 1945. Note daily positions of Task Force 38.Map of landing beaches in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 Jan 1945
Four-part weather map of the South China Sea for Jan 11 to 14, 1945. Note daily positions of Task Force 38.Map of the Villa Verde trail used by the US 32nd Infantry Division during the Luzon Campaign, Jan 30 through May 28, 1945Map of the American campaign on Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 Jan-4 Feb 1945Contour map of Iwo Jima, showing Japanese defense installations as observed from ground study during the period of 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945, map 1 of 2
Four-part weather map of the South China Sea for Jan 11 to 14, 1945. Note daily positions of Task Force 38.Map of the Villa Verde trail used by the US 32nd Infantry Division during the Luzon Campaign, Jan 30 through May 28, 1945Map of the American campaign on Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 Jan-4 Feb 1945Contour map of Iwo Jima, showing Japanese defense installations as observed from ground study during the period of 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945, map 1 of 2
Contour map of Iwo Jima, showing Japanese defense installations as observed from ground study during the period of 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945, map 2 of 2Map of defensive installations on Iwo Jima, Japan, 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945Hand-drawn map of Taiwan-Okinawa region by British Pacific Fleet personnel, circa Apr 1945Map depicting Allied attacks on Honshu, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and Taiwan, Feb-Apr 1945
Contour map of Iwo Jima, showing Japanese defense installations as observed from ground study during the period of 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945, map 2 of 2Map of defensive installations on Iwo Jima, Japan, 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945Hand-drawn map of Taiwan-Okinawa region by British Pacific Fleet personnel, circa Apr 1945Map depicting Allied attacks on Honshu, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and Taiwan, Feb-Apr 1945
Map of landing beaches on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945Map of Japanese dispositions at Okinawa, Japan and the American Operation Iceberg, 1-8 Apr 1945Relief Map of Iwo Jima used to brief US carrier pilots; this photo was filed 6 Apr 1945Map depicting the landings at Ie Shima, Okinawa, Japan by men of US Army 77th Division, 16 Apr 1945
Map of landing beaches on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945Map of Japanese dispositions at Okinawa, Japan and the American Operation Iceberg, 1-8 Apr 1945Relief Map of Iwo Jima used to brief US carrier pilots; this photo was filed 6 Apr 1945Map depicting the landings at Ie Shima, Okinawa, Japan by men of US Army 77th Division, 16 Apr 1945

135 items in this album on 7 pages.



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