1943 map of the Marshall and Gilbert IslandsUnited States Hydrographic Office July 1943 map of the Marshall Islands showing distances and bearings between major island groups.Map depicting the invasion of Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, 31 Jan-4 Feb 1944Map illustrating Operation Catchpole against Eniwetok, Engebi, and Parry Islands of Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands, 18-22 Feb 1944
1943 map of the Marshall and Gilbert IslandsUnited States Hydrographic Office July 1943 map of the Marshall Islands showing distances and bearings between major island groups.Map depicting the invasion of Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, 31 Jan-4 Feb 1944Map illustrating Operation Catchpole against Eniwetok, Engebi, and Parry Islands of Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands, 18-22 Feb 1944
US Navy map of the central Pacific showing USS Intrepidís track from 16 Jan to 24 Feb 1944 from Pearl Harbor and back, including the 16 Feb 1944 raid on Truk Atoll (not Chuuk), Caroline Islands.Map depicting Operation Cartwheel and the invasion of Gilbert and Marshall Islands, 30 Jun 1943-26 Apr 1944Map of major Pacific War engagements, 1942-1945
US Navy map of the central Pacific showing USS Intrepidís track from 16 Jan to 24 Feb 1944 from Pearl Harbor and back, including the 16 Feb 1944 raid on Truk Atoll (not Chuuk), Caroline Islands.Map depicting Operation Cartwheel and the invasion of Gilbert and Marshall Islands, 30 Jun 1943-26 Apr 1944Map of major Pacific War engagements, 1942-1945
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