U.S. 1st Marine Division in mopping up operations on Peleliu Island, Palau, during World War II
Peleliu Palau Islands Date:1944, October 17 Duration:4 min 3 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Marines of A Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Regiment (1st Marine Division) engaged in mopping up operations on Peleliu Island, during World War 2. A marine carefully aims and throws a grenade. Two marines carry a litter through broken trees and tangled underbrush. They place a bandaged marine (apparently unconscious) on it. A squad of marines patrols through a tangle of broken trees and underbrush accompanied by a Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) equipped with a flamethrower. View of the LVT flamethrower in operation against a Japanese position. A marine standing on remains of a Japanese concrete fortification. Many views of the LVT flamethrower in action.
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