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Image: U.S. Soldiers at Bougainville (Solomon Islands) March 1944
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Description: U.S. Army soldiers on Bougainville (one of the Solomon Islands) in World War II. Japanese forces tried infiltrating the U.S. lines at night; at dawn, the U.S. soldiers would clear them out. In this picture, infantrymen are advancing in the cover of an M4 Sherman tank.
Title: U.S. Soldiers at Bougainville (Solomon Islands) March 1944
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Author: U.S. Army
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