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d-soviet-tanks8.jpg
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hawaii_17.jpg
SOLDIERS LEAVING PIER to board trucks for Schofield Barracks, Honolulu. As
a result of the disaster at Pearl Harbor, the Hawaiian command was reorganized.
There was little enemy activity in the Central Pacific after the 7 December attack.
The Japanese had seized Wake and Guam and were concentrating on their southern
campaigns. As the build-up of men and equipment progressed, reinforcements
began to pour into Hawaii for training and shipment to Pacific stations.
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midway_1.jpg
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BURNING JAPANESE AIRCRAFT CARRIER during a bombing attack at the
Battle of Midway, 3??6 June 1942. The Japanese Grand Fleet, comprised of 4
aircraft carriers, 11 battleships, 14 cruisers, 58 destroyers, and all the requisite
auxiliaries, left Japan to engage the U.S. Fleet in a major battle, if possible, and
at the same time to occupy Midway Island. The U.S. Fleet, warned of the
impending attack, divided its ships into two carrier task forces consisting in all
of 3 aircraft carriers, 8 cruisers, and 14 destroyers. Twenty-five submarines
covered all the approaches and heavy and medium bombers were flown to
Midway to supplement the air power on the island.
QSQ
hawaii_4.jpg
75-mm. gun M1917A1 in a camouflaged position?????? ????????????
PHILIPPINES_16.jpg
QSQ
hawaii_26.jpg
MEN CLEANING A 3-INCH ANTIAIRCRAFT GUN M3?????? ????????????
PHILIPPINES-41-42_10.jpg
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PHILIPPINES-41-42_9.jpg
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new_caledonia_5a.jpg
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TROOPS WEARING GAS MASKS cross a stream under a protective cover of
smoke during maneuvers
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new_caledonia_20.jpg
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ENLISTED MAN CATCHES UP ON LOST SLEEP after spending all night
packing and moving with his regiment to the port of embarkation in preparation
for a move from New Caledonia to another South Pacif ic island. The hilt of the
saber which shows on the right side of the pack is that of an Australian cavalry
saber issued in lieu of a machete.
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new_caledonia_19.jpg
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MEN OF AN ORDNANCE UNIT ASSEMBLING VEHICLES which had arrived
crated in sections. By October 1942 twenty-five men were completing six vehicles
a day on this assembly line.
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new_caledonia_18.jpg
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MEN OF AN ORDNANCE UNIT ASSEMBLING VEHICLES which had arrived
crated in sections. By October 1942 twenty-five men were completing six vehicles
a day on this assembly line.
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new_caledonia_17.jpg
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SOLDIER STANDING IN A CAMOUFLAGED FOXHOLE during an infantry
training problem in jungle warfare
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new_caledonia_16.jpg
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An Australian sniper in a camouflaged position during training
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new_caledonia_15.jpg
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U.S. AND NEW ZEALAND SOLDIERS comparing weapons. The Australians
and New Zealanders took part in a number of the operations in the Southwest
Pacific Area.
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new_caledonia_14.jpg
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NATIVE NEW CALEDONIANS unloading mail for troops stationed on the
island. Throughout the Pacif ic natives were used whenever possible for construction
work on airf ields, to transport supplies and equipment, and in all other
types of work calling for unskilled labor.
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