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An US Marine mortar team shelling a Japanese position somewhere in the Pacific, date unknown; note the near-verticle angle of the M1 Mortar barrel and the M1 Carbine

Caption   An US Marine mortar team shelling a Japanese position somewhere in the Pacific, date unknown; note the near-verticle angle of the M1 Mortar barrel and the M1 Carbine ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 10 Mar 2010



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