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Map of Okinawa, JapanMap showing military installations and troops dispositions on Iwo Jima, Japan, 14 Sep 1944
Map of Okinawa, JapanMap showing military installations and troops dispositions on Iwo Jima, Japan, 14 Sep 1944
Contour map of Iwo Jima, showing Japanese defense installations as observed from ground study during the period of 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945, map 1 of 2Contour map of Iwo Jima, showing Japanese defense installations as observed from ground study during the period of 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945, map 2 of 2
Contour map of Iwo Jima, showing Japanese defense installations as observed from ground study during the period of 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945, map 1 of 2Contour map of Iwo Jima, showing Japanese defense installations as observed from ground study during the period of 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945, map 2 of 2
Map of defensive installations on Iwo Jima, Japan, 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945Hand-drawn map of Taiwan-Okinawa region by British Pacific Fleet personnel, circa Apr 1945
Map of defensive installations on Iwo Jima, Japan, 19 Feb-19 Mar 1945Hand-drawn map of Taiwan-Okinawa region by British Pacific Fleet personnel, circa Apr 1945
Map of landing beaches on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945Relief Map of Iwo Jima used to brief US carrier pilots; this photo was filed 6 Apr 1945
Map of landing beaches on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945Relief Map of Iwo Jima used to brief US carrier pilots; this photo was filed 6 Apr 1945
Map depicting the landings at Ie Shima, Okinawa, Japan by men of US Army 77th Division, 16 Apr 1945Estimated Japanese troop depositions in Kyushu, Japan, 9 Jul 1945
Map depicting the landings at Ie Shima, Okinawa, Japan by men of US Army 77th Division, 16 Apr 1945Estimated Japanese troop depositions in Kyushu, Japan, 9 Jul 1945
Map depicting the proposed invasion routes of Operation Downfall; Japanese defensive positions were as of Aug 1945Map depicting the proposed invasion routes of Operation Olympic
Map depicting the proposed invasion routes of Operation Downfall; Japanese defensive positions were as of Aug 1945Map depicting the proposed invasion routes of Operation Olympic
Estimated Japanese troop depositions in Kyushu, Japan, 2 Aug 1945Map depicting the proposed invasion routes of Operation Coronet
Estimated Japanese troop depositions in Kyushu, Japan, 2 Aug 1945Map depicting the proposed invasion routes of Operation Coronet
Map showing extent of fire and blast damage to Hiroshima, Japan by the atomic bomb dropped on 6 Aug 1945Illustration a typical defense system on the face of Iegusugu Pinnacle, Okinawa, Japan; seen in CINCPAC-CINCPOA Weekly Intelligence, Vol 2, No 5, 13 Aug 1945
Map showing extent of fire and blast damage to Hiroshima, Japan by the atomic bomb dropped on 6 Aug 1945Illustration a typical defense system on the face of Iegusugu Pinnacle, Okinawa, Japan; seen in CINCPAC-CINCPOA Weekly Intelligence, Vol 2, No 5, 13 Aug 1945
Diagram of Iwo Jima invasion beaches with lines of approach used by boats from APA Sanborn drawn by Lieutenant Commander Howard W. Whalen after WW2Map depicting the results of an US government survey of bombing damage of Tokyo, Japan, 1946
Diagram of Iwo Jima invasion beaches with lines of approach used by boats from APA Sanborn drawn by Lieutenant Commander Howard W. Whalen after WW2Map depicting the results of an US government survey of bombing damage of Tokyo, Japan, 1946
Former Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 15 of 15; map of US operationsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 4 of 15; map of underground structure
Former Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 15 of 15; map of US operationsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 4 of 15; map of underground structure


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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944