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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, November 12, 1944, Image 92

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The Americans have re
turned to the Philippines and
have firmly established posi
tions on Leyte and Samar Is
lands to the south The in
vasion forces, under the direct 4
supervision of Gen Mac Arthur,
included every survivor of Ba
taan and Corregidor who es
caped capture Here, Yank
soldiers of the 96th Division arc
pictured fighting their way
through the wreckage of a
native village as Gen. MacAr
fhur's 6th Army moved inland
m the invasion
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fort of the first invasion
wave to lond on Leyte Island,
these Yank soldiers are pic
tured as they took cover from
Jap machine gun fire on Octo
ber 20, shortly after they
landed on the beachhead.
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filipino natives, young and old, of the village of Dulag on Leyte Island, are shown taking cover in a
dirt pit as Yank soldiers of the 7th Division rout out Japanese snipers hiding out in the ruins of the
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”1 have returned/' Gen. MocArthur broadcast to the Filipino natives,
shortly after Americon forces invoded Leyte. Here, he holds his hand
aloft as his jeep moves past on American jeep convoy.
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A native woman and man and their small children flee their nati»< hut on Leyte Island os American
soldiers of the 7th Division move forward in a drive to clean out the lop snipers.
Members of the American 1st Lovalry umsion ore snown crossing a
water tank trap, one of the many futile attempts made by the retreot
inq Jops on Leyte to retard the onslaught of the Yank invasion
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