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A Marine flame-thrower of Company E, 9th Marines, charges over a ridge to attack a Japanese pillbox at Motoyama airfield; Iwo Jima - February 1945

Marine carries a flamethrower as he charges over a ridge to attack a Japanese occupied pillbox at Motoyama Airfield during the Battle of Iwo Jima, photographed by David G.

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WWII colorized ~ An American Marine aiming his Garand rifle, whilst perched on Japanese ammunition crates on the Island of Iwo Jima, c. February/March (Colourised by Royston Leonard from the UK)

Batalla de Saipan.

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While under fire, American Marines advance on positions held by occupying Japanese forces in Tanapag, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands, June

US Marines pose with the Japanese flag, after capturing the island of Iwo Juma. ( C Joseph Schwartz/CORBIS.) Photos From the Battle of Iwo Jima to Mark Its 70th Anniversary | History | Smithsonian.

Photos From the Battle of Iwo Jima to Mark Its 70th Anniversary

US Marines pose with the Japanese flag, after capturing the island of Iwo Juma. ( C Joseph Schwartz/CORBIS.) Photos From the Battle of Iwo Jima to Mark Its Anniversary

An American Marine gives care to a Japanese civilian boy on Saipan.  While the Japanese army was brutal to both soldiers and civilians alike, Americans treated those captured with kindness (June-July 1944)

WWII Casualties - An American Marine gives care to a Japanese civilian boy on Saipan. While the Japanese army was brutal to both soldiers and civilians alike, Americans treated those captured with kindness (June-July

Marine Shoots on a Japanese Pill Box Tarawa November 1943. Credit: USMC.

Marine Shoots on a Japanese Pill Box, Tarawa, November 1943 - USMC Archives

Pfc. Terry Paul Moore of Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was number one Browning Automatic Rifleman in 2nd Platoon, Company 'F', 184th Infantry Regiment of the US 7th Infantry Division and is lighting his first cigarette of the day on the island of Okinawa soon after the dawn attack on the town of Yonabaru. In the early morning of the 22nd of May 1945.

Terry Paul Moore of Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was number one Browning Automatic Rifleman in Platoon, Company 'F', Infantry Regiment of.

Marine Shoots on a Japanese Pill Box Tarawa November 1943 | Flickr - USMC Archives

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War Dog patrol on Okinawa, June 1945 by Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections, via Flickr. Three Marines and their War Dogs search for Japanese holdouts on Okinawa, June 1945.    From the War Dogs Photograph Collection, United States Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections.    OFFICIAL USMC PHOTOGRAPH

War Dog patrol on Okinawa, June 1945 Three Marines and their War Dogs search for Japanese holdouts on Okinawa, June

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