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B-24J Liberator “Vera L” and other aircraft from the 27th Bomb Squadron drop 55-gallon drums filled with gasoline on Iwo Jima to burn off the plant growth in advance of the landings to come two weeks later, Feb 1 1945.Eisenhower at his headquarters, 1 Feb 1945
B-24J Liberator “Vera L” and other aircraft from the 27th Bomb Squadron drop 55-gallon drums filled with gasoline on Iwo Jima to burn off the plant growth in advance of the landings to come two weeks later, Feb 1 1945.Eisenhower at his headquarters, 1 Feb 1945
Map showing the summary of Allied campaigns and Japanese dispositions in the Pacific Ocean as of 1 Feb 1945Men of D Company, 1st Battalion, British London Irish Rifles regiment preparing to fire a PIAT launcher during a training exercise, Forlì, Italy, 1 Feb 1945
Map showing the summary of Allied campaigns and Japanese dispositions in the Pacific Ocean as of 1 Feb 1945Men of D Company, 1st Battalion, British London Irish Rifles regiment preparing to fire a PIAT launcher during a training exercise, Forlì, Italy, 1 Feb 1945
Men of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional), Burma, circa 1 Feb 1945; Balaskewicz and Dick GerrityThe chandelier style gondola of a Japanese Fu-Go balloon bomb recovered in the Klamath Mountains between Red Bluff and Hayfork, California, United States 1 Feb 1945. Note the clear battery box on top.
Men of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional), Burma, circa 1 Feb 1945; Balaskewicz and Dick GerrityThe chandelier style gondola of a Japanese Fu-Go balloon bomb recovered in the Klamath Mountains between Red Bluff and Hayfork, California, United States 1 Feb 1945. Note the clear battery box on top.


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"The raising of that flag on Suribachi means a Marine Corps for the next 500 years."

James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy, 23 Feb 1945


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