it would take more than repeated assaults from japanese soldiers and bombs falling from japanese planes to kil
It would take more than repeated assaults from Japanese soldiers and bombs falling from Japanese planes to kill Dennis Ferk — who also endured two Santa Fe grifters who bilked him of some $340,000. He died sometime Friday morning at age 98.
a new photo exhibit at historic fort snelling invites viewers back in time to world war ii when the fort house
A new photo exhibit at Historic Fort Snelling invites viewers back in time to World War II, when the fort housed a secret language school for Japanese-American soldiers -- while many of their families were held in internment camps
303 eventually on august 5 they encountered two solomon islanders paddling a canoe who worked with local coast
303. Eventually, on August 5, they encountered two Solomon Islanders paddling a canoe, who worked with local Coastwatchers. At first the natives were suspicious Kennedy's men were Japanese soldiers and ran away, but eventually the PT crew were able to communicate their situation.
delcons scrambling for relevance is the real answer like the japanese soldiers hiding out in the jungle after
@DisneySorcer @sainsbury_sallyo @GrayConnollyr @FitToPrint Delcons scrambling for relevance is the real answer. Like the Japanese soldiers hiding out in the jungle after WW2 refusing to surrender. They’ll keep fighting their war
151 and fighting they were us marines attacked west across the matanikau river and surrounded and destroyed ja
151. And fighting they were. US Marines attacked west across the Matanikau River and surrounded and destroyed Japanese troops holding Point Cruz. Here they are dragging bodies of Japanese soldiers from their bunkers on Point Cruz.
134 the japanese assault on henderson field was intense and almost broke through but the cost of the failed at
134. The Japanese assault on Henderson Field was intense, and almost broke through. But the cost of the failed attack was horrific. Up to 3,000 Japanese soldiers were killed (half the attack force), compared to just 86 of the defending Americans.