Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 25, No 13

U.S. DESTROYER ON AFIRE gigantic column of black smoke rising from a bombed American destroyer in Leyte Gulf. The white smoke on the left is billowing from a destroyed enemy aircraft. OPERATION IN REVERSE Here a Japanese destroyer in Ormoc Bay is seen after being attacked by U.S. Mitchell aircraft. -The light streak in the circle is another bomb falling on the vessel. AMERICAN “LONG TOM” INACTION ON LEY TE ISLAND With a resounding roar and a big flash an American “Long Tom” hurls a 155-mm. shell at a Japanese artillery position in the hills beyond Dulag on Levte Island. The gun crew are protecting their ears from the blast. 290I
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