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Luzon, Philippines.  - [back of item]
January 1945
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Philippines. LST's on shore. Army - Navy unload supplies.  - [back of item]
1945
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Combat photographer Charles R. Restifo. South Pacific Signal Corps. Photographic Compound.  - [back of item]
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Japanese Surrender, World War II  - [back of item]
2 September 1945.
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Manila burned by Japanese still smoking several days later. Villagers were devastated from the war.  - [back of item]
January 1945
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Leyte Gulf, Philippines. Kamikaze Zeros attack U.S. ships.  - [back of item]
October 1944
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Tokyo Rose, after Japanese surrender taken by Charles Rosario Restifo in Japan.  - [back of item]
1945
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Manila, Philippines, set on fire by the Japanese.  - [back of item]
January 1945.
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General Douglas MacArthur returns to his former Quarters and Office after bombing by Japanese.  - [back of item]
February 26, 1945
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Hiroshima, Japan. Charles Restifo in first group to photograph destruction.  - [back of item]
August 12, 1945.
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