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Major General Roy Geiger, Colonel Merwin Silverthorn, and Brigadier General Pedro del Valle studying Guam terrain aboard USS Appalachian, mid-1944Halsey at a planning session on Bougainville, Solomon Islands with USMC Major Generals Allan H. Turnage and Roy S. Geiger, Nov 1943
Major General Roy Geiger, Colonel Merwin Silverthorn, and Brigadier General Pedro del Valle studying Guam terrain aboard USS Appalachian, mid-1944Halsey at a planning session on Bougainville, Solomon Islands with USMC Major Generals Allan H. Turnage and Roy S. Geiger, Nov 1943
Admiral William Halsey, Major General Robert Beightler, Major General Roy Geiger, and others studying a map at US 37th Division command post on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Nov-Dec 1943Major General Roy Geiger, 1940s
Admiral William Halsey, Major General Robert Beightler, Major General Roy Geiger, and others studying a map at US 37th Division command post on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Nov-Dec 1943Major General Roy Geiger, 1940s
Admiral Raymond A. Spruance, Lieutenant General Holland M. Smith, Major General Henry L. Larsen, and Major General Roy S. Geiger, Orote Peninsula, Guam, Mariana Islands, 1 Aug 1944Geiger, Spruance, H. Smith, Nimitz, and Vandegrift at Guam, 11 Aug 1944
Admiral Raymond A. Spruance, Lieutenant General Holland M. Smith, Major General Henry L. Larsen, and Major General Roy S. Geiger, Orote Peninsula, Guam, Mariana Islands, 1 Aug 1944Geiger, Spruance, H. Smith, Nimitz, and Vandegrift at Guam, 11 Aug 1944
One page from the USS Missouri deck log for 2 Sep 1945 listing many of the dignitaries who came aboard for the surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay, Japan.Portrait of Lieutenant General Roy Geiger, 1945 or later
One page from the USS Missouri deck log for 2 Sep 1945 listing many of the dignitaries who came aboard for the surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay, Japan.Portrait of Lieutenant General Roy Geiger, 1945 or later
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"Since peace is now beyond hope, we can but fight to the end."

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