Green Bay Press-Gazette from Green Bay, Wisconsin on February 28, 1945 · Page 20
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Green Bay Press-Gazette from Green Bay, Wisconsin · Page 20

Green Bay, Wisconsin
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Wednesday, February 28, 1945
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20 Wednesday Evening, February 28, 1945 Green Bay Press -Gazette Am aricans Hoist Flag Over Captured Suribachi; Other Pictures From Iwo Jima ? V ft ' fir Wp I f - : " : V. tO QUf X- kll I f s -C l-'-A -irL ''Wf 09 a t ' ' vAu nSL J O err- , 'n "The Spirit of '4,": in a scone inoi-e hkc 1ho work of a sculpior than an actual nrw rhntocianh. Marino:; nf thr 2Sth regiment. Fifth division, hoist, the American flap atop Suribachi. Iwo Jima volcanic fort, "following 'it conquest by American forces in some of the fiercest fighting of the Tacific war. (AP Wirephoto) Marines who were wounded in the hitter battle to wrest Iwo Jima from the Japanese are placed on a pontoon bargn for transfer to other craft and immediate removal from the dancer zone to surgical or medical aid. Heavy sr as was against the stretchers. The photograph is by AP Photographer Joe Rosenthal. (AP Wirephoto) Fourth Division Marnu-s search through the wreckage of amtracs and medium tanks to learn what can be salvaged from the debris, the result of fierce Japanese resistance to the landing on Iwo Jima, Volcano islands. This scene is on Blue Beach No. 1, where the Marines fought their way ashore. Part of the invasion armada may be seen in the background of the photograph. (AP Wirephoto from U. S. Marine Corps) I ' Here Is junkpile of wrecked Japanese planes alongside Motoyamo of the American forces prior to the actual invasion of the volcanic fort-Airstrip No. Ion Iwo Jima. The planes fhown were smashed by an ress. This picture, with several others on the page, is by Joe Rosenthal, earlier aerial bombing of the island and also by shelling by Naval units Associated Press photographer with the still picture pool. (AP Wirephoto) A section of the beach where Marines stormed ashore on Iwo as it appeared on tri second day following the invasion. Wreckage of American landing craft shows the atutf opposition put up by the island defenders. (AP Wirephoto from Marine Corps) n

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