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  • Tags: Japanese storage

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"A big Catholic Church at Binmaley (Lingayen Gulf) was used by the Japanese to store munitions. It was shelled by US Navy ships in the Gulf. These statues were salvaged by local parishioners and assembled in a corner." From "Darkroom Soldier":…

Position: 237 (11 views)

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"Cathedral bell tower as seen through hole in the roof at Binmaley Luzon. Choir loft railing inside foreground"

Position: 280 (10 views)

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"View of church bell tower through the destroyed roof of the church at Binmaley on the Lingayen Gulf. Choir loft bannister shows at bottom"

Position: 349 (9 views)

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"Interior of the bombed Cathedral at Binmaley, Luzon"

Position: 237 (11 views)

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"The Cathedral at Binmaley - Japanese were using it to store ammunition - It was shelled by US Navy ships in Lingayen Gulf"

Position: 237 (11 views)

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"The shelled Cathedral at Binmaley taken from Lingayen Gulf side. The Japanese had stored supplies in the structure - Navy ships shelled it."

Position: 280 (10 views)

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"Distant view, across the pond, of the Catholic Cathedral that was used by Japanese to store ammunition and was shelled by Navy guns on war ships in Lingayen Gulf."

Position: 280 (10 views)

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