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WORLD WAR II. The Pacific Campaign. November 1943. Tarawa atoll (occupied by the Japanese). Japanese soldiers killed during the American attack against the atoll, being buried in trenches built by the Americans.

WORLD WAR II. The Pacific Campaign. November Tarawa atoll (occupied by the Japanese). Japanese soldiers killed during the American attack against the atoll, being buried in trenches built by the Americans.

The Philippines WW2 A Japanese soldier impaled on a splintered tree trunk.

As Americans of the U. Infantry Division advance across what used to be forested land they pass a dead Japanese soldier fallen across a bomb-splintered tree. Balete Pass in northern Luzon Philippines on April 12 1945 NSFW x

Alligator creek west bank beach. Japanese dead in front of American MG position facing the ocean.

Japanese dead in front of American MG position facing the ocean.

A Marine posing with the body of a dead Japanese sniper. Tarawa.

A tattooed Marine poses with a dead Japanese solder whom he has pulled out of the small bunker at left

Battle of Tarawa. A ship that was beached during this war.

A LVT "Alligator" put out of action by enemy fire remains near a barricade at Beach RED Tarawa, 20 to 23 November 1943

Thank you. Posting a Japanese casualty, Tarawa, 1943.

Posting a Japanese casualty, Tarawa,

Personal photo off mark Dolan  ACMM  USN  Tarawa  1943

Personal photo off mark Dolan ACMM USN Tarawa 1943

Old warriors at rest. This is incredible to me, the juxtapose is beautiful.

Old warriors at rest

After all the years go by the memories of war still litter the old battlefields

Caption   Dead Marines of the US 3rd Marine Division, covered by ponchos, Iwo Jima, Japan, Feb-Mar 1945  Source   United States Marine Corps  More on...   Battle of Iwo Jima

[Photo] Dead Marines of the US 3rd Marine Division, covered by ponchos, Iwo Jima, Japan, Feb-Mar 1945

Caption Dead Marines of the US Marine Division, covered by ponchos, Iwo Jima, Japan, Feb-Mar 1945 Source United States Marine Corps More on. Battle of Iwo Jima

Tarawa, November 1943: Japanese dead on Tarawa. The Japanese suffered nearly 500 casualties during the American attack.

Tarawa, November Japanese dead on Tarawa. The Japanese suffered nearly 500 casualties during the American attack.

The Battle of Leyte Gulf occurred between 23-26 October 1944. It was the largest naval battle of the Second World War and it involved combined American and Australian naval and air forces against Japanese forces. It resulted in the crippling of the Japanese Imperial Navy and eventually the Allied control of the Philippine Islands.

This Vintage Map Shows the 'Greatest Battle in the History of Naval Warfare'

The Battle of Leyte Gulf occurred between October It was the largest naval battle of the Second World War and it involved combined American and Australian naval and air forces against Japanese forces. It resulted in the crippling of the Japane

John Florea, Torpedos on the Deck of a Ship During the Tarawa Battle, 1943 http://artdaily.com/news/82586/Steven-Kasher-Gallery-celebrates-the-70th-anniversary-of-the-end-of-World-War-II-with-exhibition#.VjcBDNIvfGg

'Have you heard this?': Torpedos on the deck of a ship during the Tarawa Battle, 1943

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