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Bloody Beaches: The Marines at Peleliu

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Bloody Beaches: The Marines at Peleliu
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ISBN/ASIN: B00YDVDO9Q
Number of pages: 103

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On D-Day 15 September 1944, five infantry battalions of the 1st Marine Division's 1st, 5th, and 7th Marines, in amphibian tractors (LVTs) lumbered across 600-800 yards of coral reef fringing smoking, reportedly smashed Peleliu in the Palau Island group and toward five selected landing beaches.

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