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U.S. soldiers walk by a bombed out cemetery in Agana, Guam, Aug. 9, 1944.  (AP Photo/Joe Rosenthal) #

U.S. soldiers walk by a bombed out cemetery in Agana, Guam, Aug. 9, 1944. (AP Photo/Joe Rosenthal) #

Marines Praying on Iwo Jima - BE029166 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Marines Praying on Iwo Jima - BE029166 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Iwo Jima Operation, 1945    Three Japanese soldiers, persuaded by a compatriot and American bullets, emerge from their hiding place to surrender. Taken on 5 April 1945, during "mopping up" operations by U.S. Army occupation forces on Iwo Jima.

Iwo Jima Operation, 1945 Three Japanese soldiers, persuaded by a compatriot and American bullets, emerge from their hiding place to surrender. Taken on 5 April 1945, during "mopping up" operations by U.S. Army occupation forces on Iwo Jima.

Kanchanaburi, Thailand. January 1945. Kanchanaburi  is fifty kilometres north of Nong Pladuk (also known as Non Pladuk), or 364 kilometres south of Thanbyuzayat. Prisoners of war line up in a meal queue at an attap canteen hut in the POW camp (commonly called Kanburi by the Australians). Many prisoners were brought here from Burma by the Japanese after the Burma-Thailand railway was completed. Note that most prisoners wear rubber clogs on their feet. Most clothing has been lost or worn out.

Kanchanaburi, Thailand. January 1945. Kanchanaburi is fifty kilometres north of Nong Pladuk (also known as Non Pladuk), or 364 kilometres south of Thanbyuzayat. Prisoners of war line up in a meal queue at an attap canteen hut in the POW camp (commonly called Kanburi by the Australians). Many prisoners were brought here from Burma by the Japanese after the Burma-Thailand railway was completed. Note that most prisoners wear rubber clogs on their feet. Most clothing has been lost or worn out.

A dead Japanese soldier buried under a mound of earth on Iwo Jima/February 1945

A dead Japanese soldier buried under a mound of earth on Iwo Jima/February 1945

Marines burrow in the volcanic sand on the beach of Iwo Jima. This Day in WWII History: Feb 19, 1945: Marines invade Iwo Jima

Marines burrow in the volcanic sand on the beach of Iwo Jima. This Day in WWII History: Feb 19, 1945: Marines invade Iwo Jima

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