1942- U.S. war correspondents pose for photo at Port Moresby, New Guinea. Front left to right: Ed Widdis, AP photographer; Harold Guard, United Press: Al Noderer, Chicago Tribune; Pat Robinson, INS; Byron Darnton, New York Times; Dean Schedler, AP; and Jack Turcott, New York Daily News. Rear left to right: Martin Barnett, Paramount Newsreel and Frank Prist, ACME.
the_ww2_memoirs Pictured above are the rotting corpses,crawling with maggots, of three American soldiers killed by fire from a hidden enemy machine-gun post lie sprawled in the wet sand of Buna Beach, Papua New Guinea, summer, 1942. This image was the first ever photo released to the American public that featured dead American soldiers. It was featured in a issue of the famous LIFE magazine and shocked the American public. Most had been brainwashed to believe that all of the American…
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