INOFFENSIVE THE PACIFIC AMERICAN TROOPS WADING ASHORE IN NEW BRITAIN ATTACK Holding their rifles clear of the water U.S. marines plough through the surf onto the shore of New Britain during the landings near Cape Gloucester, on the Arawe peninsula, on 20th December, 1943.
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