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USMC Map 104 showing the northern coast of Guadalcanal in the Lunga areaMap depicting the Guadalcanal Campaign, 7-8 Aug, 12-14 Sep, and 23-26 Oct 1942
USMC Map 104 showing the northern coast of Guadalcanal in the Lunga areaMap depicting the Guadalcanal Campaign, 7-8 Aug, 12-14 Sep, and 23-26 Oct 1942
Map depicting Japanese and US Naval movements during the Second Naval Battle of Guadalcanal the night of Nov 14, 1942.1943 United States Army map of western Guadalcanal and the Russel Islands in the Solomon chain.
Map depicting Japanese and US Naval movements during the Second Naval Battle of Guadalcanal the night of Nov 14, 1942.1943 United States Army map of western Guadalcanal and the Russel Islands in the Solomon chain.
1944 United States Army map of Malaita Island and the eastern end of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands.1944 United States Army map of New Georgia and Rendova Islands with a portion of the Solomon Sea in the Solomon Islands.
1944 United States Army map of Malaita Island and the eastern end of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands.1944 United States Army map of New Georgia and Rendova Islands with a portion of the Solomon Sea in the Solomon Islands.
1944 United States Army map of northern Santa Isabel Island in the Solomon Islands.1944 United States Army map of San Cristobal and Rennell Islands with a portion of the Coral Sea in the Solomon Islands.
1944 United States Army map of northern Santa Isabel Island in the Solomon Islands.1944 United States Army map of San Cristobal and Rennell Islands with a portion of the Coral Sea in the Solomon Islands.
Hand-drawn map of Guadalcanal, 6 Mar 1944Map of major Pacific War engagements, 1942-1945
Hand-drawn map of Guadalcanal, 6 Mar 1944Map of major Pacific War engagements, 1942-1945
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