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Corporal John Andrews and Lewis Puller in Lewis Puller's home, 1962; note captured WW2-era Japanese sword and copy of 'Wartime Papers of R.E. Lee' on the coffee table.

Caption     Corporal John Andrews and Lewis Puller in Lewis Puller's home, 1962; note captured WW2-era Japanese sword and copy of 'Wartime Papers of R.E. Lee' on the coffee table. ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Marine Corps
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