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135 items in this album on 7 pages.

Map showing Japanese offensives in the Dutch East Indies, Dec 1941-Apr 1942Map noting American carrier operations, 7 Dec 1941-18 Apr 1942
Map showing Japanese offensives in the Dutch East Indies, Dec 1941-Apr 1942Map noting American carrier operations, 7 Dec 1941-18 Apr 1942
Map depicting the Japanese advance in Luzon, Philippine Islands, 10 Dec 1941-6 May 1942Map showing Japanese offensives in Malaya, Burma, and the Indian Ocean, Jan-May 1942
Map depicting the Japanese advance in Luzon, Philippine Islands, 10 Dec 1941-6 May 1942Map showing Japanese offensives in Malaya, Burma, and the Indian Ocean, Jan-May 1942
Track of the Battle of the Coral Sea, 8 May 1942, prepared for the United States Navy Office of Naval Intelligence Combat Narrative report.Map depicting the Battle of Coral Sea and the Battle of Midway in May-Jun 1942
Track of the Battle of the Coral Sea, 8 May 1942, prepared for the United States Navy Office of Naval Intelligence Combat Narrative report.Map depicting the Battle of Coral Sea and the Battle of Midway in May-Jun 1942
Track of the Battle of Midway, 3 to 6 Jun 1942, prepared for the United States Navy Office of Naval Intelligence Combat Narrative report.Map of New Guinea, 1942
Track of the Battle of Midway, 3 to 6 Jun 1942, prepared for the United States Navy Office of Naval Intelligence Combat Narrative report.Map of New Guinea, 1942
Map showing the extent of Japanese advance in 1942Map of installations in the Aleutian Island Area as of 1 Aug 1942, prepared for the United States Navy Office of Naval Intelligence Combat Narrative report. Note that Attu and Kiska were listed as Japanese held.
Map showing the extent of Japanese advance in 1942Map of installations in the Aleutian Island Area as of 1 Aug 1942, prepared for the United States Navy Office of Naval Intelligence Combat Narrative report. Note that Attu and Kiska were listed as Japanese held.
Map of the Makin Raid, Makin Island, 17 Aug 1942USMC Map 104 showing the northern coast of Guadalcanal in the Lunga area
Map of the Makin Raid, Makin Island, 17 Aug 1942USMC Map 104 showing the northern coast of Guadalcanal in the Lunga area
Map depicting the Guadalcanal Campaign, 7-8 Aug, 12-14 Sep, and 23-26 Oct 1942Map depicting Japanese and US Naval movements during the Second Naval Battle of Guadalcanal the night of Nov 14, 1942.
Map depicting the Guadalcanal Campaign, 7-8 Aug, 12-14 Sep, and 23-26 Oct 1942Map depicting Japanese and US Naval movements during the Second Naval Battle of Guadalcanal the night of Nov 14, 1942.
Map depicting Japanese attack and withdraw over the Owen Stanley Range, New Guinea, 18 Sep-15 Nov 1942Maps of several Guadalcanal Campaign engagements, mid- to late-1942
Map depicting Japanese attack and withdraw over the Owen Stanley Range, New Guinea, 18 Sep-15 Nov 1942Maps of several Guadalcanal Campaign engagements, mid- to late-1942
Maps of several New Guinea Campaign engagements, mid- to late-19421943 map of the Marshall and Gilbert Islands
Maps of several New Guinea Campaign engagements, mid- to late-19421943 map of the Marshall and Gilbert Islands
Map noting the Solomon Islands situation in 1943US Pilot’s Strip Chart of “The Slot” in the Solomon chain with ranges indicated from Henderson Field, Guadalcanal. US aircraft flying from Henderson Field were colloquially known as the “Cactus Air Force” after their radio call sign.
Map noting the Solomon Islands situation in 1943US Pilot’s Strip Chart of “The Slot” in the Solomon chain with ranges indicated from Henderson Field, Guadalcanal. US aircraft flying from Henderson Field were colloquially known as the “Cactus Air Force” after their radio call sign.

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