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Marines land on Iwo Jima, but find they are stuck in black volcanic sand. February 1945. 56K or T1
Advancing on Mount Suribachi. February 1945. 56K or T1
Raising the US Flag on Mount Suribachi doesn't end the fight - both sides incur massive casualties. February 24, 1945. 56K or T1
Artillery uses thousands of shells to secure the island for USAAF fighters to escort B-29s to bomb Japan. 56K or T1
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Iwo Jima: A Remembrance
Iwo Jima - The Full Story
Created as a multimedia Tribute to the soldiers who fought and died on Iwo Jima. Sound effects and photos.
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John Bradley, Navy corpsman, describes his participation in the flag raising on Iwo Jima
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Marines Raise Flag Over Iwo Jima [Etc.] 1945 - Google Video
Part 1, 5th Div. Marines advance on Iwo Jima behind artillery, naval, and aerial bombardment. Part 2, Sec. of State Stettinius signs the Cha.... 10 min 25 sec.
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Letters to the past: Iwo Jima and Japanese memory Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney - openDemocracy
Letters To Iwo Jima Found, 62 Years Later, World War II Vet Rediscovered Letters To Iwo Jima From Japanese Family - CBS News
When a World War II veteran dug through the attic of his old country house in upstate New York, he found letters to Iwo Jima, <b>Steve Hartman</b> reports. A Japanese family has been waiting 62 years to retrieve them.
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