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hard for me to realize that my Papa Shabdue was one of these soldiers - he may be in this picture, I'll never know.  O

hard for me to realize that my Papa Shabdue was one of these soldiers - he may be in this picture, I'll never know. O

Battle of Okinawa: Okinawa Bulletin No. 2 - Final Phases 1945 US Marine Corps: http://youtu.be/5Na1AkarJw4 #Okinawa #USMC #WWII

Battle of Okinawa: Okinawa Bulletin No. 2 - Final Phases 1945 US Marine Corps: http://youtu.be/5Na1AkarJw4 #Okinawa #USMC #WWII

A 1st Marine Division bazooka man fires his M1A1 rocket launcher during the campaign for Peleliu. The bazooka was an effective weapon for destroying Japanese armor and defensive complexes. Still image from USMC motion picture film

A 1st Marine Division bazooka man fires his M1A1 rocket launcher during the campaign for Peleliu. The bazooka was an effective weapon for destroying Japanese armor and defensive complexes. Still image from USMC motion picture film

OCT 10 1944 Peleliu – the Marines are still mopping up snipers - See more at: http://ww2today.com LET ‘EM HAVE IT – Crouched behind a coral wall, Marines of the First Division fire on Japanese snipers barricaded in this building on Peleliu Island in the Palau group.

OCT 10 1944 Peleliu – the Marines are still mopping up snipers - See more at: http://ww2today.com LET ‘EM HAVE IT – Crouched behind a coral wall, Marines of the First Division fire on Japanese snipers barricaded in this building on Peleliu Island in the Palau group.

Ira Hayes, Corporal, USMC, Pima Indian.  A member of the Iwo Jima flag raising during WWII.

Ira Hayes, Corporal, USMC, Pima Indian. A member of the Iwo Jima flag raising during WWII.

Battle of Okinawa: A US Marine from the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines on Wana Ridge provides covering fire with his Thompson submachine gun, 18 May 1945.

Battle of Okinawa: A US Marine from the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines on Wana Ridge provides covering fire with his Thompson submachine gun, 18 May 1945.

World War II "K-ration" issued to a Minnesota soldier, c.1941-1944. The K-ration, developed by and named for University of Minnesota physiologist Ancel Keys, provided soldiers in World War II with calorie-rich foods and psychological sustenance in the form of cigarettes.

World War II "K-ration" issued to a Minnesota soldier, c.1941-1944. The K-ration, developed by and named for University of Minnesota physiologist Ancel Keys, provided soldiers in World War II with calorie-rich foods and psychological sustenance in the form of cigarettes.

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