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  • Tags: Shelled

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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: 219 (9 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: 219 (9 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: 177 (10 views)

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"Interior of the bombed Cathedral at Binmaley, Luzon"

Position: 177 (10 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.636.jpg
"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: 275 (8 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.637.jpg
"Cathedral bell tower as seen through hole in the roof at Binmaley Luzon. Choir loft railing inside foreground"

Position: 219 (9 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.647.jpg
"The statue of Mary in the Cathedral at San Carlos - Luzon" Appears to be an error on sleeve, as Hill describes this exact statue in "Darkroom Soldier": "Tried the figure of the Virgin holding a headless Christ child, but it is in the most difficult…

Position: 344 (7 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.886.jpg
"The Manila Hotel on the waterfront - Manila Bay"

Position: 3405 (2 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.985.jpg
"6 views of Japanese air craft and hanger ruins at Clark Field, North of Manila"

Position: 344 (7 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.987.jpg
"6 views of Japanese air craft and hanger ruins at Clark Field, North of Manila" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Hangar Wreckage. During the Battle of Manila, Allied planes bombed and strafed all Japanese airfields in the area. Hill saved this photo by…

Position: 219 (9 views)

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