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"Jap Landing Craft Finch Haffen"

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"M/Sgt Howard Tryk on an abandoned Jap landing craft at Finchhaffen New Guinea 17th Tact. Recon Sqdn" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Japanese Landing Craft. M/Sgt Howard Tryk poses on an abandoned Japanese landing craft near Finschhafen, perhaps the only…

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"Jap Prime Mover tractor in an assembly of such heavy equipment at Hollandia - Dutch New Guinea"

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"Heavy equipment tractors at a Japanese supply point at Hollandia. Note - 2 radiators - one on each side of the engine"

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"A Japanese fortified 'pill box.' The howitzer has had the breech blown out as the position was abandoned." From "Darkroom Soldier": "Ending in a Pill Box. Another in his series on destroyed Japanese armament, Hill records here a Japanese 75 mm…

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"Entry to cliff caves in the coral wall facing the beach at Biak. The cliff was honeycombed with caves" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Fortified Cave. Prior to Allied invasion on May 27 1944, Japanese forces constructed many defenses, such as this…

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"A cave entrance on Biak - wooden ammunition boxes abandoned just outside a Japanese fortification"

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"A grounded 'Sugar Charlie.' North New Guinea coast area with a few strafing splashes. Sugar Charlie was name used to describe small Japanese powered barges used for carrying supplies"

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"Souvenier hunters - Rising Sun parts of Jap airplane wing" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Wreckage at Hollandia. During the period 30 March through 3 April, [Hill's Fifth Air Force bombers] destroyed or damaged over 300 Japanese aircraft, most of them on…

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"Breech block of Jap artillery gun"

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