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Native Pacific Islanders in WWII - Men and Children

These pictures of indigenous men of the South Pacific by the Signal Corps are from the scrapbooks of Lt. Colonel O. Howard Davidsmeyer, Sr.

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House moving day

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Native village Papua New Guiene (Dutch New Guinea)

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Taoloban soldiers in WWII
Phillipine Soldiers of Tacloban, showing captured Japanese flag

Agno River Crossing - Rosario, Luzon, Philippines
Agno River Crossing - Rosario, Luzon
Many native Philippine wagons pulled by oxen,
carrying supplies. Village in distance.


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