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Freelance woman war correspondent Jurate Kazickas, from New Rochelle, N.Y., comforts a wounded U.S. Marine after he was hit near the South Vietnamese village of Con Thien, July 4, 1967.  The Marines were moving into an area near the demilitarized zone to recover Marine bodies when they were hard hit by North Vietnamese in the Vietnam War.  (AP Photo/Henri Huet)

Freelance woman war correspondent Jurate Kazickas, comforts a wounded U. Marine after he was hit near the South Vietnamese village of Con Thien, July

A young Marine with the M1 carbine on Guam in the Marianas, July 1944. During the Battle of Guam the US Marines lost 1,747 KIAs and 6,053 wounded. The Japanese suffered an estimated 18,000 KIAs.

[Photo] US Marine Gill A. Gideon, Jr. with M1 Carbine on Guam, Mariana Islands, 21 Jul 1944

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American Officer Gives Water to Wounded German Soldier, Limay, France 1944 by Unknown Artist

World War II: The Holocaust - The Atlantic

“Burned bodies of political prisoners of the Germans lie strewn about the entrance to a barn at Gardelegen, Germany on April 1945 where they met their death a the hands of German SS troops who set.

File:US Navy 041218-N-3236B-015 A World War II U.S. Army veteran and Nurse who served in the Battle of the Bulge, stands and watches as several speeches, presentations and a 21-gun salute are made.jpg

File:US Navy A World War II U. Army veteran and Nurse who served in the Battle of the Bulge, stands and watches as several speeches, presentations and a salute are made.

"How about moving over, Bud?" - A scouting dog and a US Marine who is comfortably occupying a foxhole in Guam, during World War II, 1944 - [2165x2160]

"How about moving over, Bud?" - A scouting dog and a US Marine who is comfortably occupying a foxhole in Guam, during World War II, 1944 - [2165x2160]

The Loyal Dogs Who Served Alongside Human Soldiers In War A U. Marine chats with his scouting dog in Guam in August These dogs were used to track down Japanese soldiers hidden in caves or jungle strongholds, and for running messages.

My dad was there, after 2 years in New Guinea, and he said upon hearing this news, " Boy we were relieved! " American troops stationed in the Philippines celebrate the Japanese surrender, 1945

World War II: Pictures We Remember American troops in the Philippines celebrate the long-awaited news that Japan has, finally, unconditionally, surrendered in August

John Basilone (November 4, 1916 – February 19, 1945) was a United States Marine Gunnery Sergeant who received the Medal of Honor for his actions at the Battle of Guadalcanal during World War II. He was the only enlisted Marine in World War II to receive the Medal of Honor and the Navy Cross.

John Basilone (November 1916 – February was a United States Marine Gunnery Sergeant who received the Medal of Honor for his actions at the Battle of Guadalcanal during World War II. He is my Marine hero!

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