Civilians walk along a road under the guard of U.S. Marines in Tarawa in the Pacific Ocean.
Tarawa Gilbert Islands Date:1944, March Duration:1 min 35 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of U.S. Marines on Tarawa in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. Two marines look at a damaged Japanese motorcycle. Natives walk on a street. Captain Louis Hayward and other soldiers guard the natives. The natives move down a road. A jeep moves along the side of the road. Barbed wire barriers off the beach. Japanese coastal defense guns. Damaged Japanese gun emplacement in the foreground.
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